In India, it’s in vogue to condemn every and any religious practice. I am not saying religion is above reproach or everything religious is good. But everything associated with religion and religious sentiments of people is bad, responsible for all evil is also not justified.
Alright, so it is that time again, putting a status, because FB keeps asking me what’s on your mind, and since Wednesday something is bugging me (well it started as an FB post, but then it got little too big to be put as a status, so here I am). Continue reading “You can put the blame on Diwali”
Diwali went by last week; one of the most auspicious festivals of India is over. In my earlier post last year on Diwali we talked about how this festival is different from others. It is on the final festival day that there is nothing much to do. Well you know not everyone is into playing flash or drinking. Moreover bursting crackers is losing its charm [thanks to various drives- no to crackers; save environment; stop child labor]. Then all the markets are closed so no shopping; you have met with all the friends during the gift distribution ceremony so no one to visit either [lets not get into details you can have a look here Diwali Day]. Continue reading “Diwali Spirit!”