Thursday, October 21, 2021
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Rajani Choudhary

Software Developer, avid reader.

Travel tales: Copenhagen- of mermaid, Chinese and cannabis

Travel story from a day spent in Copenhagen in the good old days, with a 'Chinese touch'.

Main Mother Teresa banna chahti hoon

Aspirations of an awake Hindu.

Priyanka Chopra vs Mehwish Hayat et al.

Failing at every stage, Pakistanis direct their attacks to Bollywod.

My Grandmother: The Unfeminist

Tribute to my Grandmother who was not a feminist, and inspires me to be the same.

Here is why the book Urban Naxals is a must read, especially for the parents of young children

The book is not only about how the film "Buddha in a Traffic Jam" was made, it is also about the journey of the author and the most importantly journey of the till now uncoined concept of "Urban Naxal". I recommend it to all parents who are invested in their children's well-being and need to protect them from ideological contamination.

History Lessons in a Bank

At eighty Veer Kunwar Singh Sangrahalaya goes into active combat battle against Britishers, chops with his own hands his wounded limbs and offers to Ganga Maa for fear of poisoning his body.

Day in the life of a Sanatani: “Khush Raho”

This is why I, for once and forever, choose to surrender to the sagacity of our saints for they were the ones who knew that there is no higher blessing than being alive and "Khush“.

Expatriate life: When an American having Indian spouse made me feel ‘home’

An American in an unknown club amidst unknown people in an unrelated setting made me feel more at home in the foreign city, than I had felt for a long time in spite of all kinds of Indian diaspora get togethers.

Combatting Christian Missionaries in Germany: Thank you for strengthening my faith into Sanatan Dharma

As much as I was surprised at having been a targeted customer at soul shop, I was also thankful. Since that day, my awareness and appreciation of my own faith has increased. I am more cognizant of the depth of the faith and philosophy I was born into.

No more abibliophobia: All thanks to technology

The generation of 80's is possibly the last of the generation of Indians who have seen and experienced the comparatively claustrophobic pre-internet days.

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