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Tea without sympathy – An Era of Darkness.

The brutal reality of the British Raj in India. Continue reading

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The silent renaissance of Samskritam

Who says Samskritam is a dead language? Far from it. The usage of Samskrit declined dramatically after the British annexed India. Historically, we blame the British for the near-demise of Samskrit and that blame is well deserved. The Mughals, in … Continue reading

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Namma Bengaluru – the Red Garden.

If you visit Lalbagh on any evening, and you come across a tall, well-built, grumpy man laden with photographic gear, assiduously clicking pictures, that grumpy man would be Yours Truly. Although it has deteriorated over the years due to encroachment, … Continue reading

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