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Monday, 26 October 2015
Friday, 23 October 2015
Are you implying hinduism is much recent to kerala?
In my information, kerala before 500 AD was a sort of dravidian place where people had no organised religion, but they worshipped their ancestors and a warrior goddess. Women drank and quarrelled. In short we can say a "Thora" (coastal) culture akin to vizhinjam, chaavakkad, mattancheri meenchantha existed them.
Into this first comes vedic aryan influences. Then arrives buddhism and jainism. Then comes judaism and later christianity and islam.
The gods and demo gods like ganapati, durga etc are comparatively recent imports. Doesnt mean wht the dravidian believed in wasnt hinduism. (though not in modern keralite form).
We can say similarly abt roman catholicism. Compare the roman church of 900 AD with that of 2001 AD. You will not believe they were the one and same organisation.
Sunday, 18 October 2015
Has any of the 'writers' among you thought for a while as to why are you writing THAT piece of writing?
Many good authors, directors, artists or for that matter any creative "doer", who earns a great repute in his field, ends his career by "doing"(write/paint..) his own life story or snippets of it..and generally with a tragic end..but, why should we learn about others problems when we have sufficient probs of our own?
Whom is the literature intended at? (putting apart the 'enlightening' ones intended to arouse feelings of patriotism, create awareness etc. ,indeed, these are only a scintilla in the Sense-Binding 'science' of literature)
Sunday, 27 September 2015
A very pertinent issue. Unfortunately, some people in our midst refuse to even acknowledge it an issue, but it is a huge problem, at least here in Pakistan.
You are right, somehow the onus of safeguarding the 'honour' of the family always falls on the women. I suppose somehow its the legacy of the age-old traditions we have had and the notion that the men know the society better( no pun intended). So they have got to guard the womenfolk and punish the few errant and rebellious ones who challenge this belief.
The problem here is that whenever a lady wants to have it her way against the wishes of her family, her family brand here as a stigma to the family- one who has 'dishonoured' them. Somehow i don't think its because of lack of education or social awareness. You would see cases of honour killing right across the social hierarchy. SamiaSarwar was a one such unlucky 'educated' lady who murdered in cold blood at the orders of her mother in the offices of her lawyer. This was the response from the ones in our NA. Condemnable to say the least.
And the role of religion? I think the issue had more of a 'social genesis' than a religious one. Religion has just become a pawn in the hands of the perpetrators.
The sad thing is that i don't think education will help in this regard, only proactive involvement by the common man. Check this VictimsOfLaw. Some incidents where the people did win.
So where do we go form here?
Monday, 24 August 2015
In no way was i trying to justify his atrocities against Jews or policy of Nazism but his leadership had a positive side to it also..... If we were to keep what he did to the Jews aside then some of his policies specially his economic ones and his policy of national integration were very impressive..
Lets move on and forget about what he did to the 6 million jews ,there are positive things that we should appreciate too, we must appreciate the good work he did,why only talk negative ,it was not he who personally killed the jews, he didn't go out there and burn them ,it was basically anger at the injustice meted out to the majority population that finally culminated into this. We must forget and see the progress and development ,why nobody talks about the german women who were raped after world war 2 ,nobody talks about that .
He was a visionary and he changed the country,he brought it immense development which helped everybody and we need more people like him.