The journey from being a young adult to becoming an adult is filled with instances of knowing who our loved ones are. Some of these instances turn sour and become distanced relationships. Once we know who these loved ones are, we stick together, through the ebb and flow of life.
Sonam Wangchuk calls for affirmative action, he asks the more privileged to make way for the less privileged. He suggests we all take a break from this ritual of learning and maybe let it seep in (what we learn). He talks about the idea of a gap year after 12th, to observe things that you … Continue reading The Real Phunsukh
Who was Babasaheb Ambedkar writing to? Who were the political and scholarly contemporaries of Dr BR Ambedkar? What are his scholarly works? What are his academic works? What are his political works? Are they all the same? Let us try and historicize Babasaheb (as he was and continues to be fondly referred to), and try … Continue reading Annihilation of Caste – I
Aaj rung hai ri maan rung hai ri Moray mehboob kay ghar rang hai ri Sajan milaavra, sajan milaavra, Sajan milaavra moray aangan ko Aaj rung hai........ Mohay pir paayo Nijamudin aulia Nijamudin aulia mohay pir payoo Des bades mein dhoondh phiree hoon Toraa rung man bhayo ri......, Jag ujiyaaro, jagat ujiyaaro, Main to aiso … Continue reading (Aaj Rung Hai) آج رنگ ہے ری ماں
I write. This is a sentence. Now we both read it. The moment I finish writing a letter, a word and a sentence; the reader in both you and I begin to read the letter, the word and the sentence. Reading and Writing was never two different acts, was it? They are two different words, … Continue reading Writing, a Selfless Act?
Q: Do you enjoy sport? A: I am offended by the question. Q: Why so, Sir? A: Because that is almost all I do, play. And then when I am not playing, I think (about the game). And also, please address me by my name. Q: What is your favourite game, Ali? A: 1. Football … Continue reading Fan-Fandom-Fanfare-Fanatic
we all loved fearlessly...