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THE CONSCIENTOUS SHRAVAN

There was a time when duty and responsibility of one’s Parents’ was of utmost priority. Today, there are Oldage Homes to take care of the old parents. Why do we forget that, at the time when they need the same love and affection like they bestowed on us, we send them to Oldage Homes unwillingly since there is no other option. Our generation doesn’t realize that our Parents’ bore our tan...

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Argument and Promise

Despite the mutual love and respect that we share with the ones indispensable to us, situations might so arise that we might be pitted against the very same people we have admired all our lives. Our mythological tales might be a guiding light in times of such conflict. The story of the fight that ensued between Krishna and Shiva is one such story. The eldest among the 100 offsprings of the...

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change

Why we need a Change? They say, the only constant in the world is the Change. In the Yug of Mahabharata, Krishna advocated the requirement of a change hugely. The situation everywhere was horrific because no one was ready to accept any change. Everybody considered themselves right. The change that we are talking about here, isn't the change which occurred after Mahabharata. This is the that...

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Are We Independent?

Lord Brahma wanted the entire world to know about the most extravagant war of the mankind, The Mahabharat, and for that, he approached The Great Sage Vyasa. The story of The Mahabharat is about the dynastic war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, for the throne of Hastinapur (Delhi). The battle fought at the Kurukshetra (the territory of Kuru) is known to be a DharmYudh (war for justice) in ...

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Lookism

There is a tale from Indian Mythology that tells us about the concept of “Lookism” . Lookism means the discrimination between people on the basis of their looks and external personality. It was the time when Lord Vishnu(Lord of Perseverance) was to marry Goddess Lakshmi(Goddess of Wealth). According to the Hindu ritual, the groom and his side of family takes a marriage procession all the...

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Plan and Goal

In Hinduism, Krishna is known as the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He spent his childhood in Gokul and Vrindavan as the son of Nanda and Yashoda. Nanda was the head of a tribe of cowherds called Gopas, and the residents of Gokul and Vrindavan loved Krishna dearly. There are many legends from Krishna's childhood that describe him as a charming kid who is always playing pranks and protecting...

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