Swami Vivekananda – The Man Behind Youth Day in India

12th January is celebrated all across India as the national youth day, on the occasion of the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. Swami Vivekananda, a disciple of Ramakrishna and a monk, is known for his superb speech at the world Parliament of Religions in Chicago, and for establishing the Ramakrishna Mission. However, his journey to successContinue reading “Swami Vivekananda – The Man Behind Youth Day in India”

India at 75: A Nation Marching towards Aatmanirbhar Bharat

Better late than never. It took us 75 years, but we have finally begun our journey towards self-reliance. An ongoing pandemic overflowing with uncertainty, Covid-19 has impacted lives and livelihoods across the globe. Even as the best minds in the world race towards finding preventive and curative solutions to combat and curb the spread ofContinue reading “India at 75: A Nation Marching towards Aatmanirbhar Bharat”


The Digital termite is ruining our peaceful zone on a global level if you carefully look behind your screens. The “Information age” is actually the age of distraction for more than half of our digital youth. They say “ The digital youth didn’t inherent digital distraction, they were born into it.” One of the mostContinue reading “THE DIGITAL TERMITE”

UNCONVENTIONAL minds of youth

The INDIAN rupee is the official currency of India. Like a coin, everyone has two different Shades. India has more than 30% of youth. But in this highly updated virtual society, how many thoughts can a youth society have? We can’t restrict our future deciders who have different thinking abilities; only we can control themContinue reading “UNCONVENTIONAL minds of youth”

Social Media – A Drug

At some point, we all a suspicion that are we addicted to social media or not? The Social Dilemma, a recent documentary broadcasted on Netflix, more or less, confirms this suspicion. However, that’s not a significant part of the film. What left me startled was the intention that social media addiction isn’t unintentional out-turn, insteadContinue reading “Social Media – A Drug”

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