When Indian words and Khichdi go global

As our own desi, favourite comfort food Khichdi gets international tadka of fame and at the same time the clutch of few Indian words make their entry into the Oxford Dictionary, it seems like not only Indians but Indian-ness is also in trend . Oct-Nov 2017 witnessed a rapid succession of three Indian news making … Read moreWhen Indian words and Khichdi go global

तू मेरी बेटी नहीं बेटा है (you are my son, not my daughter)

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नहीं ! हरगिज़ नही। मै आपकी बेटी हूँ और बेटी ही कहलाना चाहती हूँ। मै आपका बेटा नही हूँ और ना ही आपका बेटा बनना चाहती हूँ। कयूँ बनूँ? कयूँ कहलाऊँ मै आपका बेटा? क्या मेरा अपना कोई अस्तित्व नहीं है? मेरी अपनी एक अलग पहचान है , वजूद है। जो भी काम मै कर रही … Read moreतू मेरी बेटी नहीं बेटा है (you are my son, not my daughter)

Is Black inauspicious?

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I am wearing black today. So? Why do you want the whole world to know this? Okay! Today is Choti Diwali (a day prior to Diwali), one of the most auspicious occasions in India, and I am wearing black today. Now would you ask me the same question? Got my point? So today just without much … Read moreIs Black inauspicious?

Are you an Ambivert??

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I know Ambivert is a new word in your personality traits dictionary. So let me start with a question. Are you an Extrovert or introvert ? How often have you been asked this…. by yourself ?? Because others would not bother to ask you this question. They will simply categorize you as one or the … Read moreAre you an Ambivert??