Thursday, September 30, 2010

It’s no more dowry; but right to parental property

The very word dowry gives so much of nightmares, tensions and anxieties for the parents of our Indian brides. Thus, the word dowry is made so complicated and complex. Now giving and receiving dowry is a criminal case in India. Dowry means the amount or wealth that is given

Monday, September 20, 2010

Reduced to an object

A famous philosopher said once “The moment you look at me I am reduced to a mere object.” I become an object of you the subject, who perceive me. You look at me, define me and describe me and I am critically commended upon thus my subjectivity is challenged and lost. Many a time our subjectivity

Thursday, September 16, 2010


In our life journey, we have come across many number of people, who consider themselves as so great and very necessary beings, they think that if they were not there things would not happen. These kinds of people boast a lot about what they do and proclaim that others can’t do what they do. In order to happen something they think they should exist. According to me, I and you

Monday, September 13, 2010

Proof reading

How many of us would not read a second time whatever we have written on a piece of paper or typed in a word file? We do it to verify that what we have written and to make it less of mistakes and errors and still mistakes

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Everyone is a philosopher

In order to be a philosopher one does not need to belong to a scholastic school or a school of thoughts nor need to establish one’s own concrete philosophy that is accepted by a scholastic school and taken to the laboratory of philosophy

Friday, September 3, 2010

Interview a place where we sell ourselves

The education that we are getting is a mere skeleton, a skeleton without any flesh on it. We need to decorate this skeleton with flesh rather we need to colour our education with extra readings, home works and with our extra curricular activities. What we do by ourselves

Thursday, September 2, 2010


Here is a question define Meenakshi, and if someone says that Meenakshi is one who has the eyes of a fish. Is the definition of Meenakshi complete? In this case the meaning of her name is explained not who Meenakshi is.

If you are asked to define Meenu; you might come up with the answer; Meenu is a cute girl. Can we say that what Meenu is, is defined?