Members of Kapoor and Khan families decide to meet over high tea to discuss over name 'Taimur' and dissipate the tension, after seeing the outrage on social media against the name. Sharmila Tagore (Begum Ayesha Sultana), Saif, Kareena, Randheer Kapoor, Babita, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu are the ones present. Note : This is a satire … Continue reading A Liberal Living Room Discussion Among Members of Kapoor & Khan Families Over Name ‘Taimur’
This write up, contributed by myself and Nithin Sridhar , was first published in Indiafacts.org and can be read here . Acknowledgement : Thankful to my mother, my astrologer, all my gurus, for bringing in me the patience to understand the deep meanings of parenthood. Parenthood is celebrated across the world, among all religions, but there is … Continue reading Hindu View of Parenthood
अस्वीकरण : सभी प्रश्नों के उत्तर कमलेश तिवारी की धर्मपत्नी, श्रीमती किरण तिवारी और उनके वकील, श्री हरिशंकर जैन के हैं. किसी भी उत्तर के लिए साक्षात्कारकर्ता को उत्तरदायी नहीं ठहराया जा सकता. साक्षात्कारकर्ता के निजी विचार लेख के अंत में हैं . आभार : मैं वकील प्रशांत पटेल जी का धन्यवाद देना चाहती हूँ जिन्होंने … Continue reading कमलेश तिवारी की कहानी – धर्मपत्नी और वकील का साक्षात्कार
Disclaimer : The views expressed in 'answers' to the questions asked by the interviewer / writer are solely of Kamlesh Tiwari's wife Kiran Tiwari, and legal counsel Hari Shankar Jain. The interviewer is not responsible for the statements made by both the interviewees. The opinions of writer are only mentioned in the afterword. Acknowledgements : … Continue reading Kamlesh Tiwari’s Story – Interview of his wife and lawyer!
This write up of mine was first published in DailyO.in, here is the link to the same DailyO , thankful to them for publishing it. I dedicate this one to Pandit Shri David Frawley ji and my mother Dr. Vijaya Aggarwal. To begin with, feminism has acquired a very wide range in both geographical and opinion terms. … Continue reading A Hindu Feminist Critique of Western Feminism & Gender Wars
This write-up is a rejoinder to the Criticism of Hindu Feminism as a concept by @OGSaffron. You can read his criticism here Criticism of HF . Foreword : Before I begin with my assessment of the criticism, I would like to clarify a few things. Firstly, Hindu Feminism is merely a development. It is not a popular movement … Continue reading ‘Hypocrisy of Conscience’-Rejoinder to the Criticism of Hindu Feminism by @OGSaffron
This write-up of mine was first published with MyVoice, Opindia, here is the link Hindu Feminism In Indian Context & I thank Opindia team for giving it space! When I got active on twitter (sometime mid 2014, though the handle had been lying idle for a long time), I did not have the eyes to differentiate between … Continue reading The Concept Of ‘Hindu Feminism’ & Its Applicability in Indian Context!
Disclaimer : This article is a satire, Part 2 of the series and expected to be taken sportingly. The link to part 1 is Part 1 of Satire on Religious Political Scenario , it is just 2 blog posts behind on this website. I felt both funny and sad while writing this, and really wish this remains a satire … Continue reading Part 2 – Religious Political Scenario That Might Exist In India After 200 Years!
Few days back on karwachauth, some media people publicly displayed their views that Hindu festivals are regressive and celebrate only male relatives. The most basic thing to understand about festivals (from any religion) is that they originated thousands of years back, more so Hindu festivals because Hinduism is one of the oldest, (rather oldest) surviving … Continue reading Debunking the Distortion that Hindu Festivals are Regressive & Patriarchal
Disclaimer : This article is a satire and is expected to be taken sportingly. I felt both funny and sad while writing this, and really wish this remains a satire and never becomes reality. This is not related to any organization and is totally based on my individual understanding which could be incorrect. Special Report by … Continue reading Religious Political Scenario That Might Exist In India After 200 Years!