India’s New Parliament Building: Igniting Progress and Embracing SANGOL’s Spirit

India's New Parliament Building: Igniting Progress and Embracing SANGOL's Spirit Introduction: In the heart of India's bustling capital, a majestic edifice is emerging, destined to become the beacon of progress, unity, and inspiration for the nation. The new Parliament building stands tall, representing India's unwavering commitment to democracy and its relentless pursuit of a brighter... Continue Reading →

The Extraordinary Power of Self-Relationship: Embrace Your Inner Superstar!

Introduction: In a world filled with quick-fix solutions and external validations, it's easy to overlook the one relationship that truly matters—the relationship with ourselves. No amount of vacations, job changes, or external recognition can bring us the true happiness and fulfillment we seek. Instead, let's embark on a humorous and satirical journey that shines a... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day circumvent Example Our hope to quickly reach home after the office meetings was circumvented by the extremely heavy traffic along the way. Definition verb avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues) Synonyms:  dodge, duck, elude, evade, fudge, hedge, parry, put off, sidestep, skirt "He dodged... Continue Reading →

Title: Embracing the Absurd: A Satirical Ode to Indian Quirks

Introduction: In this delightfully satirical article, we dive into the realm of Indian idiosyncrasies, exploring the humorous side of life with a positive twist. Drawing from Indian context and anecdotes, we celebrate the quirks and contradictions that make our cultural fabric rich and vibrant. So, fasten your seatbelts, because we're about to embark on a... Continue Reading →

Title: The Quirks and Charms of the Indian Way: A Satirical Celebration

Introduction: India, a land of diversity, traditions, and idiosyncrasies, is a fertile ground for satire. In this lighthearted yet positive article, we embark on a humorous journey through some peculiar aspects of Indian culture. Through witty anecdotes and gentle sarcasm, we aim to celebrate the unique traits that make India vibrant and special. So, buckle... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day destitute (dɛstətut , డేస్టటూట / డేస్టిటూట) Example Consumerism often creates the problem of a false sense of happiness, leaving the consumer destitute of the desire to confront a higher calling. Definition adjective completely wanting or lacking Synonyms:  barren, devoid, free, innocent "innocent of literary merit" "the sentence was devoid of meaning"... Continue Reading →

ARTICLE: Embracing Progress, Empathy, and the Pareto Principle: Building a Fulfilling Life

Introduction: In our pursuit of personal growth and happiness, we often overlook the small steps and invisible progress we make along the way. This article aims to remind us of the significance of lasting improvements, the power of empathy, and the value of living by the Pareto Principle. Through positive motivation and relatable anecdotes, we... Continue Reading →

Article: “Harnessing Financial Inclusion for Sustainable Development in Modern India”

India's emphasis on financial inclusion and the adoption of digital payments has proven to be a catalyst for economic growth and development. By leveraging technology, the country has created a robust financial ecosystem that empowers individuals and businesses, reduces inequality, and fosters sustainable development. The transformative power of digital payments has not only revolutionized the way Indians transact but has also created a solid foundation for a brighter and more prosperous future. As India continues its journey towards inclusive economic development, the importance of money as a bridge between the present and the future remains a driving force behind its progress.

Via: Seth Godin’s Newsletter

* The first person [ ] “I” is first person. “You” is second person. “She” “They” “It” are all third person. So far, so good. But how can ChatGPT use the word “I”? And when we talk about ChatGPT, is it “he” or “she” or “they” or “it”? Because anything that is an “it”... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day fidelity (fədɛləti , ఫడేలటీ / ఫిడేలిటీ / ఫాఇడేలటీ) Example The newly recruited soldiers could not shoot straight, but their fidelity to the cause of freedom was never in question. Definition noun accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal the quality of being faithful... Continue Reading →

How to Hunt a Monkey (Inspirational Short Story about Letting Go)

“Do you know how hunters of old used to trap monkeys?” A man asked his child. “Rather than chasing them up a tree or shooting arrows from below, they’d put a heavy glass jar with a narrow neck on the floor, which had the monkeys’ favourite food inside. They’d then step back and hide, waiting... Continue Reading →


Did you know... ... that today is No Taxation Without Representation Day? In 1764, Boston lawyer James Otis denounced taxation without representation, thus calling for the American colonies to unite in protest against England's new tax measures.~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "Stand up for what you believe in, even if you stand alone."-- Suzy Kassem

An Article, a Haiku and a Limerick

Article: Unleashing the Power of Intellect: A Humorous Journey of Enlightenment In the realm of human existence, the extraordinary gift of intellect sets us apart from all other species. We possess the ability to question, reason, and explore the vast mysteries of the universe. It is a gift bestowed upon us by a higher power,... Continue Reading →

Story: Support these 4 types of people : हे तात ! धन धान्य से भरपूर एक समृद्ध गृहस्थ का यह कर्तव्य है कि वह इन चार प्रकार के व्यक्तियों को अवश्य शरण दे

"चत्वारि ते तात गृहे वसन्तु श्रियाभिजुष्टस्य गृहस्थधर्मे | वृद्धो ज्ञातिरवसन्नः कुलीनः सखा दरिद्रो भगिनी चानपत्या ||- विदुर नीति भावार्थ - हे तात ! धन धान्य से भरपूर एक समृद्ध गृहस्थ का यह कर्तव्य है कि वह इन चार प्रकार के व्यक्तियों को अवश्य शरण दे - (१) एक वृद्ध बान्धव (रिश्तेदार) (२) एक कुलीन दुःखी व्यक्ति (३) एक दरिद्र मित्र तथा (४) सन्तानहीन बहिन | Chatvaari te taat gruhe vasantu Shriyaabhijushasya gruhasthadharme. Vruddho gyaatiravasannah kuleenah Sakhaa daridro bhagini chaanapatyaa. Chatvaari = four. Te = these. Taata = a term of affection for addressing a senior or junior person, father. Gruhe= in the household. Vasantu = should reside. Shriya + abhijushtasya. Shriya = prosperity. Abhijushtasya = possessed of. Grusthadharme = householder's duty. Vruddho = aged person. Gyaatih + avasannah. Gyaatih= a relative. avasannah = distresssed. Kuleena= noble Sakhaa = a friend. Daridro = poor. Bhaginee = sister. Cha+ anapatyaa. Anapatyaa= childless. i.e. It is the duty of a prosperous housholder that he should support these four types of persons , namely (i) an aged close relative (ii) a noble distressed person (iii) a poor friend and (iv) his childless sister."


Word of the Day integral (ɪntəgrəl , ఇన్టగ్రల / ఇనగ్రల) Example With my hard work, dedication and great relationships with other people, I soon became integral to the organization; it could not have gotten along without me. Definition adjective constituting the undiminished entirety; lacking nothing essential especially not damaged Synonyms:  entire, intact "a local motion... Continue Reading →

Article, LImerick and a Haiku

Article: Embracing the Light of Reason: Unleashing the Power Within In the realms of intellect and reason, Galileo Galilei stands as a towering figure, a testament to the brilliance of human potential. His words echo through the corridors of time, reminding us that our senses, reason, and intellect are divine gifts to be cherished, not... Continue Reading →

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