Death is the only certain thing in everybody’s life. It can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere. My experience with losing someone very close to me is difficult to describe. I lost my maternal grandfather Shri. Damodhar Bapuji Muttepawar (87 year) on 5th February 2017. He was more than grandfather for me. He was an inspiration to… Continue reading Shraddhanjali to my Grandfather!
The female personification of India is Bharat Mata and history of thousands of years has many references to this term. Most prominently it was seen during independence movement. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay’s in 1882 wrote a novel Anandamath and introduced the hymn “Vande Mātaram” which soon became the song of the emerging freedom movement in India. A R Rahman, a… Continue reading Bharat Mata ki Jai!
Here is the list of breathtaking destinations in India you must not miss adding to your itinerary ! Summer Special: Soaring temperatures call for a quick trip to cooler retreats. Here’s a list of 10 places you should consider 1. Rohtang Pass: This picturesque location is the best for incessant wanderers. Lose track of the… Continue reading Breathtaking Destinations: Gems of India!
India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with a kaleidoscopic diversity and rich cultural heritage. It has achieved all-round socio-economic progress since its Independence. India has become self-sufficient in agricultural production and is now one of the top industrialized countries in the world and one of the few nations to have gone into… Continue reading Best of India
Dr. Subramanian Swamy, born 15 September 1939, is a well-known Indian politician and economist who serves as a member of the Rajya Sabha. Five time parliamentarian, two-time Union Minister Subramanian Swamy can be introduced as a beloved teacher, world-known economist, brilliant mathematician, shrewd politician, born rebel, crusader, Emergency-era hero, multilingual, dog lover, a staunch Hindu… Continue reading Unfolding lifestory of Dr. Subramanian Swami
Over a week after having lost ten soldiers in an avalanche in Siachen, the Indian Army on Friday February 12th ruled out any withdrawal from the glacier, the highest battlefield in the world. Siachen glacier is one place where fewer soldiers have died on the line duty due to enemy fire than because of the… Continue reading Why can’t the Siachen glacier be demilitarized?
On February 3, 10 Indian soldiers were hit by an avalanche at an altitude of 19,600 feet. The incident highlights the extreme risks that soldiers face in manning the inhospitable terrain under extreme weather conditions on the world’s highest battlefield. More than 200 soldiers worked round the clock for five days looking for survivors after… Continue reading Brave Son of Bharatmata who fought with death!