As human beings, we tend to highly depend on our sense of sight. We are a visual species. This fundamentally leads to one of our most damaging yet extensive habits: judging a book by its cover. We unfortunately tend to form impressions of people merely based on their appearance. We scan an individual, examine their … Continue reading Are we lizards?
There have always been wars waged against people based on their religion, color, and beliefs. Beginning from the Crusades, numerous Jihads, Holocaust, and the South Asian religious animosities paved the way for the deaths of millions. When we narrow the geography and timeline of such injustices to our current position, the statistics still disappoint us. … Continue reading Education and religion
Adivasi are the natives of India since the beginning of documented history. They were here before the British, Mughals, and Aryans. There was a time when they had excelled in Math, Administration, Trade, Culture, and Arts, but after the intrusion of Aryans, they were fed with mythical stories and folklore of great Gods and Kings. … Continue reading Adivasi 2020 – the indigenous people of India
Join us in celebrating some recent examples of international friendship, rooted in trust, understanding, empathy, and solidarity.
In any country, the micro-, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) provide multi-faceted support to the economy. India comprehended the rewards of the MSME game and started a dedicated Ministry of MSME back in 2007. MSME is an economic boon for the following reasons: The MSME sector employs over 50 million people in India which is … Continue reading SHAPE, women & Indian Economy