When we Stood our Ground in London

A rather intense experience happened at today’s event at the Indian High Commission, where Indians in the UK had assembled peacefully to celebrate the 73rd Indian Independence Day. I was invited to speak but the turn of events and aggression displayed by some during the event was such that it became impossible to even remain […]

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Break the Cycle

(This poem is about instances in life when positivity is met with negativity in today’s age, be it in personal life, professional circles or politics, and the power of getting back from there, not bitter or sour, but with compassion and hope, in a manner that breaks what would otherwise have been a relentless and […]

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Musings with a Vedantin from New York

Swami Sarvapriyanandaji Maharaj, one of the leading lights and more visible representatives of Vedanta on the world stage today, visited the United Kingdom and I had the privilege of interviewing him. For someone whose name has its root in what stands for ‘beloved of all’, Swami Sarvapriyananda (Minister-in-charge of the Vedanta Centre, New York) does a […]

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