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THE THING CALLED LOVE

Just the sight of Taj, the commanding & awe-inspiring memorial, effortlessly compels the beholder to wonder about the thing called love. No sane person can challenge the Taj’s arresting beauty that needed a mud pack after centuries and its exquisite craftsmanship and architectural genius that withstood the test of time. This deservingly positions Taj as one of the finest creations in the world history, preserved within a charming love story…

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KEYWORDS – PEOPLE & WRONG

I can’t place if it’s the raging citizen journalism or the wrong end of some intellectual courting or purely the freedom of speech, however all that brushes my senses these days can only be called a commotion. It’s a systematic racket erected by terabytes of incoherent content floating on the worldwide web. What makes it worse is that a voice of agreement to any prevalent belief makes one look ordinary,…

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WHY IS SARASWATI ALONE?

We all know Saraswati as the goddess of knowledge, music, art, literature, learning and purity. What we don’t always gather is that she is most significantly the goddess of ‘wisdom’ which comes from renunciation of infatuation or greed. This is also what positions her contrarily if compared to the other trinity goddesses. While Laxmi is worshipped for wealth and luxury, Shakti is worshipped for love and influence; Saraswati is stanchly…

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WHAT IF SHAKTI DIDN’T COURT SHIVA, LAKSHMI DID?

The seats held by Gods and Goddesses in Hindu mythology ascribe a deeper connotation than what is apparent. In this association, God is the doer, or the one who acts on things and Goddess is the enabler or sort of a power or a life-force. Scriptures are brimming with stories to corroborate this fact but to set the context right for now – ‘wisdom’ personified by Saraswati enables ‘creation’ by…

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