Monthly Archives: September 2010

Justice instead of judgment.

This should warm the heart (I deliberately use the word ‘heart’ rather than the one I would normally use) of my future lawyer Ashok. This should also be of interest to those of my readers interested in the very complex … Continue reading

Posted in Patriotism, People, Sociology | Tagged , , , | 9 Comments

Social Status.

I was attending a small get together at a neighbour’s place the other day and was quite uncomfortable with the, what to me appeared to be, very artificial gaiety. I was also the only male not imbibing and that too … Continue reading

Posted in People, Relationships, Sociology | Tagged , , | 28 Comments

The Hindu Muslim Equation In India.

Four sets of photographs which tell a story of sorts about India. These are two photographs of me and my younger brother taken in 1963. Both of us were wearing “Sherwanis”. A long closed coat almost inevitably worn by the … Continue reading

Posted in Nostalgia, People, Relationships, Religion | Tagged , , | 17 Comments

Genetics And Memetics – II

When I wrote my post Genetics and Memetics, the thrust of the post was in the declining number of male descendants in our family to highlight that perhaps something genetic was influencing the trend. Some of my readers have however … Continue reading

Posted in People, Sociology, Writing | Tagged , , | 13 Comments


I hope that you enjoy reading another post of the Friday Loose Bloggers’ Consortium when eleven of us post on the same topic chosen by one of us. Today’s topic has been chosen by Conrad. Please do visit Ashok, Conrad, … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Humor, Patriotism, Writing | Tagged | 22 Comments

Quiet Desperation.

“What I really lack is to be clear in my mind what I am to do, not what I am to know, except in so far as a certain knowledge must precede every action. The thing is to understand myself, … Continue reading

Posted in Raves and Rants, Relationships, Sociology | Tagged , , | 21 Comments