– Satyakam Ray Technology has made the gap between extended family members a little bit narrow by introducing us to WhatsApp. This short article is all about the social coherence of the extended family WhatsApp group. The burgeoning family intimacy and urge to connect socially generally lead to the creation of a great extended family WhatsApp group. Usually, any uncle or aunt leads the way … Continue reading How to deal with the family WhatsApp group?
– Satyakam Ray What makes Silicon valley so special and how we can make our own Bangalore as the next big thing in tech. industry. Read on to find out. San Jose, in the US, and Evoma coworking space in Whitefield, Bangalore, or costa coffee in Koramangala, Bangalore – have one thing in common. Whether any new idea generation or pitching about it to the … Continue reading Can We build the next Silicon Valley in Bangalore?
–Satyakam Ray In the past, one Union education minister said that astrology was above science parliament debate in 2014. In hindsight, the statement was a precursor to what’s coming our way regarding policy decision-making. The idea to promote the selling of Bhabhiji Papad as an immunity booster for Corona has gone well, with many persons possessing non-scientific temperaments. But the real scientist community looks perplexed … Continue reading Do we Indians lack scientific literacy?
– Satyakam Ray Pattachitra- the scroll-based traditional painting known for its mythological narrative and folktales inscribed in it, an art form primarily practiced in Odisha, is in grave danger due to the cunning of mediators. The exquisite hand-crafted illustrations are not getting their due price and credit but also their struggling master-makers- the magnificent artisans. Comes to the rescue- Zola India. Founded by an art geek … Continue reading Women Entrepreneurship-An Indian Perspective and How much it can contribute to the economy?
– Aparna Chatterjee Since the beginning of life on the planet, living organisms have come from their single-cellular to multi-cellular structures. After billions of years, life has evolved with the highest level of intelligence and better cerebral utilization. Humans are considered the supreme most creature on the planet, and hence, we humans have taken the fate of the planet earth into our hands. Adapt- Survive- … Continue reading The Pandemic of Plastic
– Aparna Chatterjee If you are born and bought 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 The famous phrase “See no evil, hear no evil, Speak no evil” first appeared in Japan in the 17th century. Mahatma Gandhi’s visual metaphor of the three monkeys, with one covering his eyes, the second his mouth, and the third his ears, was popularized later and adopted as the message of peace and tolerance. In today’s context, the symbolism of peace holds … Continue reading Personal liberty, freedom of speech, and Gandhi’s Philosophy
– Satyakam Ray Remember the Pandemic and S.O.S. calls posted on social media asking for immediate help for corona victims. A bunch of behind-the-curtain people worked day and night to address the S.O.S. calls and procure the needed things. Read on to find out more about this noble initiative… The world came under an unprecedented pandemic, and India was no exception. During the 1st wave, … Continue reading S.O.S. call warriors
– Satyakam Ray Bibliosmia is the concept where book lovers directly sniff off the pages by keeping the book very close to their nostrils. Though this sweet but weird activity is limited to bibliophiles, still practiced worldwide. From lonely second-hand bookstores across the globe to sophisticated libraries, evidence of Bibliosmia can be found everywhere. It’s unknown when this concept got wider attention and how long … Continue reading Bibliosmia-The Charm of Old Book Smell
– Satyakam Ray During the creative flow process, the person channelizes all his élan vital to focus on the task on hand and try to perform 100% to get a sense of fulfillment, uninterrupted joy, and the feel of esteemed self-worth. History suggests that many gifted writers and best-seller novelists run a little to get their optimum creative flow. Many others follow their unique but weird ways … Continue reading How to Enter the Creative “Zone”? -An Analysis of Creative Flow and Hypergraphia
– Satyakam Ray Leading a non-happening mundane corporate life, stuck in the exams, or bored by the usual daily events in households- everybody needs the quintessential road trip once in a while. Not only the body but the soul also needs rest and rejuvenation. An unplanned road trip is a must for all purposes, the zeal to lead a hedonist lifestyle or precisely kick-starting the … Continue reading Hodophile- being bitten by the travel bug?