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From the pinnacle of glory as ‘Vihar’, known worldwide for wisdom, knowledge and imperial power in Maurya and Gupta times of ancient India, to ‘Bihar’ of post-independence democratic India of modern times known, again worldwide for economic backwardness, caste...
Our sense of identity' is at the core of everything we do and everything we are. A healthy mind need to be clear and convinced of 'who we are'. The idea of 'identity' draws heavily from our land and...
In my younger days I used to wonder why Sikh weddings do not take into account muhurat or auspicious day and usually take place on weekends and holidays. Why I do not see a Sikh begging in the street....
This is the second article in “What Bihar Needs” Series. In this article the author focuses on the imperative of entrepreneurship development for economic growth and prosperity of Bihar. ‘’The principle goal of education should be creating men and women...
Despite Supreme Court’s recent order allowing women of all age group entry to Sabrimala Temple on hilltop in Kerala, protesters and the mob have stopped every attempt by the women so far till date to enter the temple and...
Of late the Indian media is abuzz with stories of working women posting their experiences of harassment in work places and public settings. Big names in Bollywood industry, journalists, politicians are accused of sexual offences including the heinous ones...
India is one of the largest countries in the world with a total population of 1.35 billion and this number is expected to reach 1.7 billion by 2050. India is expected to surpass China’s population by 2024 and become...
Religion has no fixed definition however it may be construed as a unified system of beliefs and practices involving omnipotent god, prophet(s), a holy book, central dogma, church, sacred language etc. Abrahamic faiths are codified and are religions by...
The Indian state of Bihar is historically and culturally very rich however does not stand so well on economic prosperity and social well being. The author traces origin of the economic backwardness of Bihar to its value system and...
The ancient Hindu practise of ancestor worship over a period of 15 days observed once every year by Hindus is called the ‘Pitri-Paksha’ (‘fortnight of the ancestors’) during which ancestors are remembered, worshipped and seek their blessings. Through this period...

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