Monthly Archives: September 2016

Kuchh Tanha Shaamein

I completed my graduation from my hometown, Sambhar Lake (Rajasthan) in 1988 and thereafter I have spent almost half of my life till now as living alone. Reasons have been different from time to time – my pursuing C.A. at … Continue reading

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A man taking birth once in centuries

Today is the birthday of Sardaar Bhagat Singh, a great martyr, a great revolutionary, a great visionary and a great son of Mother India. Born on 28th September, 1907, he laid his life for the cause of the nation’s freedom … Continue reading

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Madam Bhikaji Rustom Cama – A Great Patriot

24th September is the birthday of a great revolutionary of this great country – a lady whose contribution to the Indian freedom struggle is no less than that of any gentleman patriot. She is Madam Bhikaji Rustom Cama who has the proud … Continue reading

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Do we deserve to call ourselves as Indians ?

India got political independence on 15.08.1947 and emerged as a sovereign nation-state. However we, the Indians, could not absorb the concept of a nation-state and a feeling of belongingness for our brethren and sisters spread all over the country for … Continue reading

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The scales of justice

First of all I sincerely thank my dear friend Suketu for inspiring me to pen a review of this much-talked-about movie of 1980 which was made by the prestigious B.R. Films banner of Bollywood and directed by the legendary director … Continue reading

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No language is inferior

Today is 14th September, known as the Hindi Day as per the Indian constitutional provisions. I have already written a blog on this occasion. Besides, I am reviewing a classic comedy whose theme is the usage of the two languages … Continue reading

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Hindi Day

Today is called Hindi Day because on 14th September 1949, Hindi was accepted as the Raajbhasha (official language) of India. Every year the Hindi Day is celebrated in the govt. institutions. Some institutions celebrate Hindi Week or Hindi Fortnight or … Continue reading

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