Chuhal

A witty, playful, intense act portrayed by brilliant performances. Plays are the experiences which I never get from any other art form. I like every aspect of it. The raw feel of actors, lighting, music, drama, action gives an enriching experience and touches to the core. In April 2017, I had gone to watch a... Continue Reading →

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Need for a new perspective on Indian education system

The question was originally asked on Quora - https://www.quora.com/Does-the-Indian-education-system-need-a-new-perspective There is an agreement to the fact that, education is the most important tool available today to address problems of inequality, poverty, social freedom and healthcare in developing countries. After 70 years of independence, if we are still struggling to provide basic education to every child. Then... Continue Reading →

When will SC/ST in India get social freedom?

Original question - When will SC/ST in India get social freedom? Education is the answer to the social freedom for SC/STs. Some facts on education state of Schedule caste in Uttar Pradesh - Schedule Caste – A social discrimination needs an urgent surgical strike Beside religion, language and economic status, Indian society is also studied under division... Continue Reading →

The Standing Woman

In March-2013, I met an old lady at Kashid Beach, on my bicycle trip to Harihareshwar from Mumbai. Kashid comes as very pleasant place for cyclists to spent some good time after cycling up the small hill just before the beach. I stopped at Kashid & went close to the beach with my cycle to... Continue Reading →

Basirhat – A facebook post causing Communal violence

Basirhat, is a city and a municipality in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, India. It is located on the bank of Ichamati (Ichhamati) River which flows through India and Bangladesh and also forms the boundary between the two countries. According to 2011 census, effective literacy rate for the 7+ population was 86.88 percent. 1st July 2017, A class XI student from a village... Continue Reading →

Saharanpur Riots – Social change unfolding

India is looking at economic surge with 7% growth every year. It comes as boon to every Indian in some form which leads to economic self-dependence, hence freedom to take decisions for oneself and work for healthy and prosperous life. So far so good, but at the same time, it questions the social hierarchy which has been deeply rooted in the Indian society especially "caste based hierarchical division". Upper Caste vs Lower Caste, Jamidar vs Laborer, Kshatriyas and Brahmins vs Dalits.

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