When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.
- Lao Tzu
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Subhadeep Bhattacharjee is a freelance writer and journalist. Addicted to the Internet he spends hours reading about cricket, politics, and technology.
Here in this feature we take a look at the Four Thoughts or Ideals that define the Indian Constitution and how it has bestowed upon its citizens equality, religious freedom, economic freedom and social empowerment.
Indian Constitution is referred to as ‘Bag of Borrowings’. In this feature we take a look at some of the ideas that have been borrowed from different countries in the world.
Here in this feature we take a look at the Indian Constitution through the lens and stats and figures.
Indian Constitution is one of the most articulately written constitutions in the world and here we take a look at the key people behind the Constitution of India.
Arunachal Pradesh is a hidden paradise and in this short write-up we take a look at five of the unexplored places in the state.
Lachit Borphukan Assam’s braveheart general humbled the Mughal Empire and its expansionist plans on the Ahom Empire in the Battle of Saraighat
Assam is the most significant state in North East India and also home to some of the lesser explored places. Here we take a look around at some such places.
Battle of Imphal was one of the fiercest wars fought during World War II between forces of the British Empire and Empire of Japan and in the picturesque hills of Imphal and Kohima
The Battle of Saraighat is one of the most fiercely fought battles during the zenith of Mughal Empire. Sadly the heroics of the Ahoms have been reduced to a footnote in history.
Here in this article we share take you through the feeling of alienation that people from the North Eastern states of India suffer on a daily basis in their country.
Here in this article we share with you five interesting things that you will find only in India which make it one of the most amazing places to be in the world.
India is the largest democracy in the world and has progressed by leaps and bounds in the last seven decades since its independence. Here we take a look at a few interesting facts about India’s First Independence Day.
In this write-up see how the matrilineal system among the Khasi society is at a crossroad with forces within the community wanting a change.
Here in this article we take a look at the unique matrilineal society in Meghalaya. The Khasi tribe is one of the largest communities in the world to practice this family system.
India is a fascinating land with more than 5000 years of history behind it. Here in this article we take a look at five architectural marvels from India
Here in this article we share with you 10 interesting and unknown facts about Nagaland and you may find it hard to believe some of them.
Unakoti, India, a land where human endeavour and art triumphed faces an uncertain future. There is a way out but will any action will be taken in time remains a question.
In this write-up we take a look at the legend behind the Shaivite statues and the murals that define this mysterious ancient site.
There are several Indian rock bands that have entertained and energized audiences and here we take a look at some of the most popular ones over time.
In this write-up we list the cities in Indian which are best for young rock music fans who want to bask in this genre of music and catch up with the local and international bands.
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