Monday, May 16, 2022
post-A Salute to the Bicycle HeroesA Salute to the Bicycle Heroes

For some of the migrants, their bicycles have proved their saviour. They used it to cycle all the way home hundreds of kilometres away. The author recalls her own carefree cycling days back in the ‘70s in the context of...

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post-Who is Bhagawan?Who is Bhagawan?

He who possesses bhaga is Bhagawan. Bhaga means majesty (aishwarya) or potency (shakti). Therefore, Bhagawan is He who possesses majesty and potency. The word Bhagawan does not specifically define the type of potency or energy involved. Bhagawan is the Omnipotent...

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post-A Garden for a RoofA Garden for a Roof

The writer takes a walk through the lush green rooftop garden of Lionel Pereira in Thane, Maharashtra Winner of two prestigious prizes in January 2020 for his exotic rooftop garden in Thane, Maharashtra, Lionel Pereira is literally on Cloud 9....

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post-Living With Zen ValuesLiving With Zen Values

Living consciously with Zen in your life is very much about living moment-to-moment in awareness and simply being true to your own nature. This way of Zen enriches your life and helps you discover your full potential: and as you...

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post-Music is the Soul of LifeMusic is the Soul of Life

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” – Plato India has an ancient and rich musical heritage, which we can build on and share as we collaborate with...

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post-Platonic Love is Alive and KickingPlatonic Love is Alive and Kicking

Can there be close bonding, without any physical attraction between a man and a woman? “I have a close friend of the opposite sex—someone I have known for ten years, since I was sixteen years old. We have a very...

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post-Recharge Your BatteriesRecharge Your Batteries

Covid captivity has brought some definite advantages, like no commute, thus extra time for life. You can wear your comfy trousers and slippers. The disadvantage for some work addicts, though, is that work never goes away.  Their work hours stretch,...

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post-The Maze of PhilanthropyThe Maze of Philanthropy

They take the paper and they read the headlines. So they’ve heard of unemployment and they’ve heard of bread-lines. And they philanthropically cure them all by getting up a costume charity ball – Frederic Ogden Nash, American writer and poet...

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