A Bystander’s Diary
Decrepit Foundations | Sense of Timing
Divided We Stand | Bearding the Lion
None’s Indispensable | Really Stupid
A’Changing Time | What Do You Say?
Sufi and Bhakti Kindered by Love
by Aju Mukhopadhyay
Love for the beloved, either the divine itself approached directly or through the human agency, culminating in an intense desire to bloom and merge in God; the movement and poetry were forceful enough to overcome all obstacles of orthodoxy and social resistance to grow up in the Middle East but the cue was already in India.
Namami Gange: Philosophy & Programme
by Jaipal Singh
The mighty Himalayas is the place for the origin of the Ganga which is one of the three major river systems of India. In terms of altitude, climatic variation, land use, flora and fauna, social and cultural life of the Indian subcontinent, Ganga has been a cradle of human civilization ever since the ancient times. Millions of Indian people living in its catchment areas depend on this holy river for spiritual and physical sustenance. Read on