I spent most of my childhood days in Shillong, the capital city of the state of Meghalaya in Northeastern part of India. I was there with my parents for six years. It’s a Christian majority state with beautiful mountains, waterfalls and valleys where people of all religions (minus Islam) celebrate Christmas and participate in the bustle of cheerful season. Even though I’m a Hindu, still we used to celebrate Jesus at home, watch gospel telefilms on TV and set up a pine tree after decorating it during Christmas. Even my mother used to help me pick up a 5 feet tree from the forest. Those were some of the best days of my life. Continue reading The Cult of Christianity in India
One thing I’ve noticed recently among the Nature lovers is that no matter how old they get or how many heartbreaks they go through, their love for Nature never fades away. It’s like they find solace in it. It’s the same with me. Whenever I look up to the sky in the day and constellations at night, the work of the divine never ceases to amaze me. Even the blue cloudless sky makes me feel so small and our routine problems insignificant in this infinite universe. Continue reading Mother Nature and I – An unbreakable bond
I’ve always liked to run early morning. No not on a treadmill but a proper outdoor run with the wind grazing my face. I started my graduation in 2007, and since 2008 onward I was into running intermittently. I was never able to keep up with any form of exercise including running because I got into some really bad company and started to smoke and drink like anything. At times, I used to get anxious thinking about the nicotine that’s accumulating inside me. So I kept quitting cigarettes for a couple of weeks or so (sometimes for 2-3 months) throughout my college life only to relapse and feel guilty again. Between those smoking breaks, I used to eat healthy Continue reading Finding myself with a Half-marathon race
Hi! Hope you’re doing okay and losing some belly fat that you try to keep hiding because you’re just too lazy to get off your ass and sweat out a little. I started by loving you, and ended up hating myself for ever falling for you. I do regret kissing you and I regret wasting my selfless love and precious time on you. Continue reading An honest adieu to my 1-year girlfriend
Recently, I somewhat let myself delve into the subject of spirituality. While going through a few articles to educate myself about the significance of Maha Mrityunjay Mantra and the proper way to chant it, I came across a website called “speakingtree.in” where at the end of the article, it was mentioned how even after handing out capital punishments and rigorous imprisonment to the culprits of rape, the rate at which the heinous act of sexual assaults like gang-rapes is taking place seems to be on the rise. Continue reading Crime and Spirituality
Leaders like President Trump and PM Narendra Modi have a lot in common including the fact whether you like it or not, that they click with their supporters for obvious reasons. Not to mention the abusive nouns they are subjected to by the Communist-controlled media and the Left-liberals. Continue reading Enemies galore for Prez Trump and PM Modi
The Assamese people celebrate Magh or Bhogali Bihu with their family and friends that marks the end of the harvest season. The true spirit of this festival lies in rural Assam, and not much in the cities, where youngsters and middle-aged men confuse between the two — celebrating in traditional way; and getting drunk with the loudspeakers blaring out music the whole day! This festival also proves to be a cash-cow for the Assamese singers who get invited to perform (and also to get paid) by various committees in their respective towns and villages. Continue reading Bhogali Bihu — a festival of food and dance!