We cannot feed our children and their children from the Cup of Nuclear Poison created by the use of Nuclear Fuel in Power generation. India’s Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill 2010 fails to take care of the negative consequences of the use of Nuclear Fuel.
Indian Identity is defined by a culturally driven desire of a pursuit of Pure Knowledge and Perfect Wisdom. Philosophy of Medicine explores the underlying principles of human consciousness, and human existence.
If men are from Mars, and women are from Venus, the exchange of words between these two parties could escalate into open warfare. Man should not only be willing to accept defeat but also willingly choose to get killed in the duel of words. Getting killed is divine when the Battle of Words involves your female life partner.
Creative Writing Class at Pioneer High School, Ann Arbor is taught by Jeff Kass who also teaches at the Eastern Michigan University. Creative Writing must describe the ‘Individualistic Rhythm’. A Creative Writer never dies as his thoughts survive in his Writing.
The Judaeo-Christian and Islamic ideas are shaped by a belief in a ‘Day of Judgement’ when man comes before God’s Great Judgement Seat and gives an account of his actions. In the Land of India, it is the Law of Karma which operates the consequences for one’s own actions. Indian Tradition encourages me to redeem myself for a sin or a debt and it guides me not to desire forgiveness.
Indians are fascinated by the Blue color of the Sky. In the rest of the Universe, the color of the Sky is Black or Dark. The Sanskrit word Neela or Nila describes both Blue and Black or Dark colors.
The Ten Commandments ( The Old Testament Book of Exodus and Deuteronomy directly challenge the Indian concepts about Gods and God worship.
The Indian Tradition lays emphasis upon the role of Guru or Master and Indian Identity and Culture is defined by this attitude and practice of Guru Puja or Guru Worship.
Indian Identity is characterized by a “FEAR”. This is unlike the “FEAR OF THE LORD” described in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In the Land of Bharat, human existence is described as ‘SAMSARA’ or ‘BHAVA’. It is a fearful journey. It is a disease entity.