– Satyakam Ray The entire population has been divided into four prominent demographics. The aspiration, opportunity, and challenges differ from each other. The demographic variations among the people decide the perspective for each generation. Types of Demographies: Gen-Z problems: The younger generation of Gen-Z is born with a gadget-savvy world and abundant resources to learn and grow. But still, they face problems that the previous … Continue reading Gen-Z Challenges
– Aparna Chatterjee Mystics all around the world have thrived on the concept of duality. Parties on the opposite side of the see-saw and the balance between them dictated the equilibrium of the human mind and society. India, for one, has come far by accepting these concepts in its culture and religion more than others. Although the traditions and the ancient mythology might not … Continue reading Shakti-The Divine Power
– Satyakam Ray After seeing the mesmerizing Konark sun temple, the awe-inspiring artistic masterpiece, great Poet Rabindranath Tagore minced no words to applaud the beauty. He said, “Here, the language of the stone surpasses the language of man.” No wonder Konark Sun temple, also known as the black pagoda, features among the seven wonders of India, along with the Taj Mahal and the Golden Temple … Continue reading Konark- A Tale of Open Society
– Satyakam Ray In Marvel’s cinematic universe, the Black Panther star, the late actor Chadwick Boseman, has a lot of influence. When T’challa (Boseman) lost his father during the Civil War movie, he told the Black Widow about his beliefs. According to T’challa, death is not the end in his culture. It’s merely a stepping-off point. You reach out with both hands, and Bast and Sekhmet lead you … Continue reading Afterlife thoughts: What happens when one dies?
– Aparna Chatterjee Human curiosity knows no limit. While this fascination can lead to the discovery of the theory of relativity and compel others to some lucid dream, human-animal hybrid characters leave no stone unaltered in arousing the imagination of curiosity-seekers worldwide. We have angels, human-like figures with wings; Sekhmet, a woman with a cat head; Centaurs having the upper body of a human and … Continue reading Lycanthrope: Werewolves from mythology and beyond
– Satyakam Ray Here goes a 100% true story. Once, an IAS officer, respected for his work ethic and integrity, retired from service. His phone, emails, and social media accounts were inundated with congratulatory messages. But one question kept asking him what he would do to kill time. All the questions were intended for good, though they bothered the “recently retired” bureaucrat. One day, … Continue reading The Dark Comedy-an alternate form of Humor
– Aparna Chatterjee If you are born and brought up in India, you must have a childhood adorned with mythical stories. From stories of Lord Krishna’s mischief and bravery to stories of Lord Ram’s virtue, we all grew up with cartoons and comics teaching us cardinal morals. If you are one of us, the concept of giants should not be unknown to you. We have … Continue reading Gigantes: Giants Beyond Mythology
–Satyakam Ray Disclaimer- The author doesn’t espouse the use of drugs at all, and it’s just opinionated writing. Smoke’a de ganja when I am with friends, We gonna smoke’a de ganja until the very end. Whoo-oo Ganja Ganja Whoo-oo Ganja Gun The famous Bob Marley song “Ganja Gun” lyrics might have influenced the administrators of countries like Canada, Georgia, South Africa, and Uruguay when they decided to legalize … Continue reading Weed, Bob Marley, and Liberalism