Casteism: Annihilation of Caste

Come, let us talk about Ambedkar. Please make yourself comfortable. Fold yourself into a comfortable sitting position. A cup of water or coffee or tea maybe? You know, this week I read an annotated version of "The Annihilation of Caste"(AoC). This I think was the third or fourth time I revisited this work. The first... Continue Reading →

Reserving An Opinion On Gettysburg

Delayed Gratification Some ideas come to fruition a long time after the ideator has perished. Grander the plan and higher the ideal, the more time it needs to come to fruition. The individual who envisions the plan never for once is dejected in the apparent futility or fruitlessness of the effort. It is this ability to... Continue Reading →

A History of Japan – A Lesson in Amnesia

The world war is a permanent wedge in history.  An indelible scar that should remind us all of human greed, paranoia, idealism and ideology. Whipping up frenzy in a closed society today seems easy and inevitable. Reading Shigeru Mizuki's detailed retelling of the war is harrowing. How individual incidents and choices of families, that are rationalized under mostly well intentioned... Continue Reading →

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