The Peopling of the Ramayana (Chapter 2) – Continuation

June 20, 2018


In the series – At per the Indian texts the Ramayana occurred in Treta Yuga which is assumed to be 100’s of thousands of years ago. Many have used astronomical events to time the occurrence of the Ramayana but keep in mind that astronomical events occur in cycles and people use the most recent […]

Mystical Ramayana: The One Big Assumption (Chapter 1)

June 17, 2018


This is a multi part series on a perspective on the Ramayana… Every time one reads the Ramayana, a new dimension is revealed, one that makes a person gasp in wonder. For the Ramayana is like a complex multi dimensional puzzle, complete unto itself and it’s secrets needing unlocking with 16 simultaneous keys. The mind […]

Rudraksh, Rohingyas and Suzie Roy

June 11, 2018


This post serves as a follow-up to my previous blogpost ( on the Rohingya exodus and the desire for a larger Christian state in the North East Through Rakhine lies the Pathway to the Greater Christian State ). Please review this blogpost to understand the long great game in the North East to create a separate nation […]

Through Rakhine lies the Pathway to the Greater Christian State

August 28, 2017


The Rohingya conflict in Rakhine and the ensuing refugee exodus arouses conflicted feelings amongst Indians. On the one hand the Rohingya have taken over land belonging to ethnic Rakhine through demographics and love jihad (a la Kashmir and Kerala and all of the other dismembered parts of greater India), whereas on the other hand are […]

Of Child Abuse, New India 2022 & Dharma

August 17, 2017


Recently I came upon a gruesome video of a child being abused. It was floating around on social media and people had made it viral, all to score a point about which religion is good, bad or ugly. There was little regard to – this is highly sensitive and should be reported to the police […]


Of Lousy Schools and Labor Laws

June 22, 2017


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Dairy – Sacred Food no More

November 3, 2016


As I study the practices of the Dairy industry Globally and specifically in India, I am horrified at how much cruelty lies behind that one glass of milk. Much of this write up is from an Indian context which is supposedly one of the more compassionate places for cows globally. Do not let that fool […]