Monthly Archives: June 2015

Decide today, whether you support or reject same-sex marriages; India is waiting for a change | The Indian Sage

With every good and necessary social trend on internet, there is also a juxtaposed hue and cry on unwanted topics with major side trends, afterwards trends, unproductive trends, unnecessary trends, and by-product trends. Are such trends necessary? Lets discuss this in detail in the wake

The Dilemma over Karma Theory | The Indian Sage

Faith in karma means you take responsibility for your life and your history. You don’t blame others for your ‘fate’. You stop being a victim. – Devdutt Pattanaik. Karma, the volitional actions that are undertaken knowingly or deliberately, is part of big cause and effect

A Depressing End to the Game of Thrones Season Five | The Indian Sage

But Is Jon Snow really Dead? The Internet is dark and full of spoilers, and apparently I am writing a big one. So, don’t argue later that you were not warned. Stop reading, drink coffee, and go back home. And don’t drink alcohol, because you

Why I Read More than One Book at a Time | The Indian Sage

I do not read one book at a time. I do not read two books at a time. Rather, I read multiple books at a time. How did I come to this stage? It is difficult to propose a channel through which I reached here,

India’s love affair with Nestlé’s Maggi | The Indian Sage

Maggi is (rather, was) among the top 5 major Food brands (as per annual turnover) in India. Maggi is that wall that had never been breached for last 30 years, many brands like Top Ramen entered market and fought for the top position, many already

A Craving for Greener Milieu {Poem}| The Indian Sage

At half past four in the small morning hours of a May summer day before sun rise, I sit on a concrete slab on terrace; my legs folded, eyes closed, waiting for the mighty sun to appear before me, waiting to embrace the beauty of

Unfair Use of Fake Fairness creams; Are they really required? {Office Chronicles #2} | The Indian Sage

Impenetrating the thick polluted air and an ever increasing wave of traffic, I reached office 20 minutes late on my bike. It was usual for me. So usual that I started lying to myself that it is the unprecedented yet regular traffic jams that cause

Young Love {Poem} | The Indian Sage

Nectar to my throat, Blood to my heart, Air to my lungs, Oh lady, you are the life-giver to me, to my loins. The pearls of water, a sheen on your blossoms; You are a nubile maiden, a nymphet, ascended from heaven. My lady, you

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