June 2015 Issue#82

THINK OF "KOURI MOUL"
Author : Mehak Dhaar
THINK OF

Stop introducing new customs in the institution of marriages, keep it simple and sober.

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Ashta Bhairavas of Kashmir
Author : Dr. Chaman Lal Raina
Ashta Bhairavas of Kashmir

Bhairava is the explanation of the term Shiva, who is the ultimate Reality of this immanent world and transcendental understanding/reality.

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India - The emerging Power
Author : Meenakshi Raina
India - The emerging Power

Changing India's image in the international arena demands successful marketing so that it can attract and facilitate foreign direct investments.

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Story of a Lady Doctor
Author : Azra Mufti
Story of a Lady Doctor

After their marriage, he put forward a long list of demands to be fulfilled including Nusrat leaving her job.

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TONIGHT ALL OF A SUDDEN
Author : Mehak Dhaar
TONIGHT ALL OF A SUDDEN

Let numbness and neutrality prevail. Let darkness continue, Let thoughts cease, Let rehashes vanish and everything be cold.

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Tale of the Holy Mace
Author : Autar K Razdan
Tale of the Holy Mace

The cave is living abode of Shiva, the symbol of one God which is being accepted by every faith of people, irrespective of caste, creed and color.

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Who's playing a Dubious Role
Author : Ravi Munshi
Who's playing a Dubious Role

What's important is that we band together and with all our humanly might make certain that, to the extent possible, our homeland forever remains an inseparable part of our ...

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My Mother
Author : Raj Dulari Bhat
My Mother

It is my honor and pleasure to share with you a few of my mother's writings

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Super Dad
Author : Arti Nehru
Super Dad

The distinctions between mom and dad are slowly fading. And it’s beautiful.

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Myth Factory
Author : Sushant Dhar
Myth Factory

The myth factory had sordid motives to be accomplished which were written at the entrance and exit gates of the factory in a coded language, only to be understood by the workers.

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