Hi and welcome to my blog! Here I write about Bharat's problems and possible solutions. I like to explore different practices, attitudes and ideas that could help make Bharat and the world a better place.
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Namastey! Like many of you , I had a question for myself today - why are we getting holiday on 15th August? and what should I be doing? For me, independence or freedom is one of the most valuable things in life, if not the most valuable. Who are guarding for us to stay free? It's Indian army, hence, I decided to remember army and whatever courage and grit I have seen recently. And Whatever little interaction I could have with the army they asked me to share some of the things that I saw. It goes without saying that all that they ask is respect and remembrance for themselves. If we take even a pinch of pride from Indian army for being Bhartiya, I believe many of the problems will either look small or will disappear. I have to take the reference of my recent journey to Leh-Ladakh to bring back some of the memories about Indian army. My respect for army has gone up from 1x to 100x after my trip to Leh-Ladakh so I thought of dedicating a blog to the army today by recalling what I
Hi. I have to take up this subject and write about it because I am seriously curious to know how many couples in my country really have kids because they really want to have one and how many of them have given up to the pressure or expectations that their parents, in-laws, other family members or friends or even co-workers put on them. I will not be surprised if more than 50% fail to handle the pressure and decide to have a first child. It does not stop there, after first child, expectations are to have a second child within 3-5 years after first child. I am not at all against having babies rather I love babies and I imagine I would have one ourselves one day but it is not difficult to understand that there are lot of problems in our country because we have been told to respect elders so much so that they do not allow people in their early or late 20s to decide when to do what. Most of the elders think they have managed to raise kids and they had kids in their 20s, the next gene
This is a blog about my country Hindustan's problems that I see or face and its possible solutions. One of the biggest problems and probably, the oldest one is casteism - a reservation system based on the caste. I can confidently say that it is not a problem that common people of Hindustan have created and nourished but it is largely created by the powerful people like politicians, religious leaders and ones with wasted interests for their own benefits. I can confidently say that because I have traveled through bus, trains, and stayed in many areas of Hindustan and experienced that people have bigger problems to care about in their routine than to know what caste one belongs to. Not once I am asked what religion I belong to. I asked for the help and I have got the help – from the poorest to richest, people are good and they help, they care. If it is after 60 years of independent Hindustan, our politicians and religious leaders can still divide us based on caste then there is