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Kashi Vishvanath Temple and my Hindutva

By Suresh Rao / January 2, 2022

Folks, I have visited Kashi in Uttar Pradesh state of India twice. My first visit was in year 1977 with my dad who flew-in from Bengaluru; he came to my house then at Greater Kailash residential area in south Delhi, to go with me to Kashi (in UP state) and ancient Gaya (in Bihar state) where Vishnu set foot…

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Revisiting Shimla

By Navneet Bakshi / January 1, 2022

********** Revisiting Shimla*************** So, we are back to home at Chandigarh after a trip to Shimla. That was an engrossing trip, I took to relive the memories of my childhood spent sixty years ago. The ground under my feet didn’t feel any different, but the horizon had all changed. Not as far as my old…

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Mind is a moth eaten spider’s web!

By Suresh Rao / October 16, 2021

Folks, Our mind is a moth eaten spider’s web! Think about it for a moment. When we contemplate within ourselves… digging deep into our past… connecting the dots to go back to our childhood we often end up in a deep abyss… a bottomless hole that perhaps never existed for us!? Have you ever wondered…

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INDIA PM Modi’s 3-day Visit to USA … my musings

By Suresh Rao / September 25, 2021

After Joseph (Joe) Biden became President of US in January ’21 (winning a photo finish race for ‘White House’ beating former President Donald Trump,) this is the first time PM Modi of India is making a 3-day visit to US… visiting Washington DC for one-on-one meetings with President Biden, VP Kamala Harris… also heads of…

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Bengaluru Urban District Is Most Linguistically Diverse in India!

By Suresh Rao / September 3, 2021

Bengaluru Urban’s booming economy and cultural tolerance have acted as a magnet for people seeking a better life, with data revealing that the tech hub is the most linguistically diverse district in the country.   (image-pic) Representative Image. Credit: DH File Photo, www.deccanherald.com/city Data culled from the 2011 census revealed that the city is home…

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Patal Bhuvaneshwar

By Namita Sunder / August 27, 2021

Today I will take you to, yet another Shiva abode located amidst the serene hills of Uttarakhand but this one is totally different from the groups of temples I had talked about hitherto. And I fore warn that this is going to be a long post. We visited Patal Bhuvneshwar in 2002. The place might…

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Ancient Hindu Culture in Bali (Indonesia) Cambodia and Thailand

By Suresh Rao / July 22, 2021

Exotic Bali islands of Southeast Asia are part of Indonesia and the westernmost of the lesser Sunda Islands. Bali can be located east of Java and west of Lombok; Bali province of Indonesia includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. Look for Bali,…

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Jeff Bezos… world’s richest man… his entrepreneurship and new expedition

By Suresh Rao / July 21, 2021

Jeffrey Preston Bezos is an American business magnate, media proprietor, and investor. Bezos is the founder and executive chairman of Amazon, having previously served as chairman, president and CEO of the company. With a net worth of more than $200 billion as of June 2021, he is the richest person in the world according to…

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Mexico makes a super car

By Suresh Rao / July 12, 2021

WORLD AWAITS THOSE WHO CAN USE IMAGINATION AND  TECHNOLOGY AROUND TO CREATE The jobs of the future will be driven by technology and innovation—65 per cent of children entering primary school today will enter a new world of jobs that do not yet exist. We need to create excitement about the future and have open…

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Farts, Varts and Funny Sounds- Remembering Childhood

By Navneet Bakshi / July 7, 2021

Farts, Varts and Funny Sounds The simplest sound can be made by snapping your fingers but you can make funnier sounds in many ways. All this needs a lot of practice and causes much irritation to fellow inhabitants of the house. I learnt some but my achievements as always were ordinary and frankly I could…

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