2020 changed the way we lead our lives. The socio-economic upheaval brought by the corona situation, our absolute inability to handle the pandemic. May it be developed or developing countries. We as human species inspite of our so called ‘technological advancements’ failed to contain the virus. Politicising the situation only made it worse with death counts rising exponentially as we saw happening in the USA. Continue reading 2020 : A Year in Review
A book on my path, a journey inwards. A journey which led me to become who i am today ! A beckoning of a call eternal. This book will surely be instrumental in elevating the reader into higher states of awareness, if read with an open mind sans judgements or assumptions. This is a book on ‘Experiential Spiritualism’. Spirituality which happens with direct experiences. After reading this book, I wish more people tread the path of experiential spirituality discarding comfort zone spirituality focusing on sensations instead of direct experiences and associated insights. Experiential Spiritualism leads to inherent transformations, it focuses … Continue reading Published my First Book !
Its all jokes and memes until one himself/herself suffers the consequences of Indian Journalism. I could have stayed silent at the blatant abuse of civil rights, violation of basic human decency (read a woman’s honour) and privacy. However, my conscience didn’t allow me to witness such degradation in the human consciousness and be silent about it. Continue reading Media Trials : Indian Journalism reaches a new low
Honestly, i seldom watch bollywood movies, for obvious reasons. Watching a bollywood movie is like witnessing a shit storm right in your face. Remixed songs, screenplay revolving around pyar-mohabbat, mindless cinematic scenes/stunts, stupid storylines. The consistency and dedication shown by the 100 crore club in respawning bullshit timely is really astonishing. Continue reading Sushant Singh Rajput: A casuality of an ignorant society.
Ayurveda the miraculous science of ages, has again stunned us with a possible cure for the deadly Coronavirus. Below is the research outcome of In-House treatment for corona-virus. This was shared by the healthcenter here at IIT-I (Indian Institute of … Continue reading Ayurveda : A possible cure for the CoronaVirus?
Infectious diseases taking the form of a Global Pandemic must be recognised as the worst enemy of Humankind. A threat greater than any war. It is estimated that more people died from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic caused by H1N1 virus than from both the World Wars. World War 1 reports casualties somewhere between 40 to 50 million while World War 2 reports casualties between 70 to 85 million whilst comparing it to the number of deaths caused by the 1918 Influenza Pandemic it is somewhere estimated to be around 120 million to 140 million. When the world’s population was only … Continue reading COVID19 : Emerging Infectious diseases and threats to global stability
I want to start by wishing everyone a happy and healthy new year! 2019 was a wild ride for me. Getting a decent rank in GATE was the highlight of this year. Which made me visit almost all the IIT’s … Continue reading 2019 : A year in review
How many times have we asked these questions to ourselves. Why God, why me? Why am i the only one who has to face such shit avalanche in my life. When everyone you see is in a better situation, we … Continue reading A Soul’s Journey
Did i mention that nice guys never abuse. Oh yes they dont! These muddafackas angels of heaven won’t even use shit in a conversation without two asterisks. They also do not watch porn or do anything bad by societal standards. They can post mobile numbers on porn sites but they wont watch porn. Such respect for women makes me really want to worship their niceness with a stick and a shoe. Continue reading Nice guys and Porn sites
Every hour one Student in India commits suicide. Through this post I would like to explore the causes behind such a scenario from my personal experience with IIT Kanpur. It is a well known fact that IIT Kanpur is the … Continue reading Why suicides are happening in IIT Kanpur?
All of us are familiar with the Me Too movement ‘India version’. Girls are coming out and targeting celebrities for sexual assaults which happened quite a while(read decades ) ago. In a society which has lost its touch with the … Continue reading Me Too
The two books which made a huge impact on me and the ones i got hold of very early i.e. in my teen years ‘ Thiaouba Prophecy’ and ‘Lifestory of Hanumanji’ you can find both of them online. The first one details the account of an abductee who went to a higher dimensional planet in his physical form. And the second one is by far the most comprehensive and scientific outlook on Ramayana till date. ‘ Lifestory of Hanumanji’ will change the way you look at Ramayana forever. The war between Rama and Ravana was an intergalactic one with highly … Continue reading Disclosure-: Part 3 ( Ancient Civilizations)
Most often Aliens and ET’s or topics related to them are a subject of ridicule, incomplete information or just plain speculation. To get a clear perspective about them remains a challenge. People make fun of things which they do not undertstand, the subconscious programming via belief systems and traditions makes them oblivious to the ‘real world’ around them. One look at the mainstream news and you will get my point. Go to timesofindia.com or for that matter any other news outlet. The media focuses on bullshit. Like what is Jhanvi kapoor wearing and who trolled whom. Really? Lets check the … Continue reading Disclosure-: Part 2 (ET Visitations)
The truth will liberate you. Continue reading DISCLOSURE -: PART 1(The Awakening)
Human life is full of illusions at every path. The human mind can only perceive the visible spectra and cannot see beyond that. That is one of our limitations. Similarly, when we ‘commit’ we are operating from a sensual/physical level. One likes someone’s personality, the way he expresses himself/herself moreover if one is a ‘maal’ or a dude. Commitment happens at a rapid pace 😛 . Thereby proving that commitment nowadays is only limited to physical attributes. Continue reading Commitment and Relationships
This christmas was the best and damn do i feel happy about it 🙂 , though i am a hindu and celebrating or associating with christmas is not in my culture still personally i love jesus christ and his teachings of universal love. Having said that there is a whole book about him being an ET soul (Book name -: Thiouba prophecy ), his purpose of taking birth on earth was the preservation of dharma and spreading the message of universal love. Lets not venture too far though and focus on the expereince i had on this 25 December 2017. … Continue reading A Christmas gift from unearthly friends
Working for more than a year in a globally renowned telecom giant made me realise a few things about the western dominance in every sphere of our technology. It is really sad to know that India stands NOWHERE when it comes to engineering or research in conventional or new technologies. We suck at it! We do not have a single chip making industry as of now. How can we even dream of researching subjects which aren’t practically taught in our labs? Be it IIT’s or NIT’s or any renowned private engg colleges. The output we get from them in one … Continue reading Telecom Sector: Where India stands?
If an emergency call fails who should be held accountable for the failure. The operator(Airtel, Vodafone, etcetra) or the laxity of the policemen in which case the police stations and the masses blames the operator.Who shpuld be held responsible for such a grave issue? In reality an emergency call never fails. Let us understand the process of the call flow-: A subscribes via his UE(user equipment) dials an emergency number. In case of an emergency number the call is patched to the nearest network with maximum signal strength.. Irrespective of the operator’s SIM card you are using. If one has … Continue reading Emergency Call Failure-WHO’S RESPONSIBLE?
Lord Rama, a perfect disciple, yogi, warrior, son, husband, king all in all everything. An embodiment of perfection. That’s what the Ramayana screams out to us. Maryada purshottam Shri Ram. The title accompanying his name means ‘pursho mein uttam’ i.e, Foremost amongst males. Indeed. Continue reading The ‘Thing’ with Rama
As a ‘Spiritual Researcher’ a synonymous term for a ‘Yogi’. I would not like to entitle myself with the latter as it is directly associated with the image we have of a yogi as one practicing really difficult yogic postures standing on one leg and doing all sorts of asanas, postures and things I might call ‘practically unrealisable’. Being blessed with yogic roots i always wondered as to what yoga is? In its complete entirety. IS yoga simply a group of asanas or postures. Breathing in breathing out umpteen no. of times. Does It involve only stuff which requires these steps? Does … Continue reading Interview with the Matted Hair
Why indulge in such stuff?
Mostly, individuals take drugs so as to experience something different something transcending our boring daily lives. ‘Escapism’ from the physical reality might be the primary reason for indulging in such kinda stuff.
Escaping from boring 9 to 5 jobs, heart wrenching break ups, Boss ki gaali, career tensions, self-esteem issues, low confidence and other such kinda things. Doing Drugs makes one light headed, free from all tension, anxieties and worries. Fixing one in the NOW. Wherein all shit goes down the drain. Ultimate Bliss. Ahh!!!
Continue reading Daru and Stuff… (Some FAQs answered)
Lord Rama. The ascetic King. An incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Foremost amongst warriors. A brahmin who was a kshatriya as well. Ayodhya was the abode of Lord Rama, descendant of the solar dynasty. This heritage place has been a topic … Continue reading Travelogue: Visiting Ayodhya
About the non-human incarnations of Lord Vishnu on Planet Earth. Continue reading Krishna and the Sirian Connection
Let us say ET races do exist. When they land on earth. What would they be wearing ‘a tilak’? ‘a topi?’ ‘a saffa?’ ‘a cross?’ or any other religious symbol? Since going by our belief system liberation cannot happen without following a set of beliefs isn’t it? So, those ET races will not attain salvation or liberation at all !! Thus implying that GOD is so cruel, partial, unjust and unfair!! But religions teach us that GOD is benevolent, impartial, just, compassionate and expresses unconditional love. So aren’t the customs or rituals contradictory to the teachings of religion itself ??!! Continue reading I am a believer and here is my message to the atheists.
Okay, so a popular Bollywood celebrity recently got married to a lucky gal. Wow awesome ! Now please tell me what this has got to do with me, my family and the society at large? Why are we wasting spaces in newspapers, tabloids writing loads and loads of articles on the couple. Describing their attire, relatives, venues, banquet hall, ritual drama, etcetera.
Who is a ‘celebrity’ firstly? What are we celebrating? The meaning less song and dance around trees, the cheeky dialogues, demeaning lyrics objectifying women which make no sense even if repeated many times over. Why should we celebrate people who contribute nothing worthwhile to the society? Continue reading Media – A Circus of Negative Entertainment
Why Krishna was chosen?
At times of universal crisis, let us say a planet going towards utter and complete destruction. Highly elevated Souls incarnate on that planet in order to save it from a great deluge. Earth being a planet . Human emotions attached to temporary things have time and again brought this planet on the verge of extinction/termination. In order to save It from complete annihilation the Universal Consciousness working through a Master itself takes embodiment.
Now comes the interesting part. Though all the masters are one with the source. Why was Krishna chosen as the one for incarnation at that point in time? Why not Haidakhandi Babaji, Sai Baba or others chose to incarnate? Krishna having diverse multiple experience of handling earthian lifetimes ascending while on it doing the job ‘James Bond’ style(leaving the ‘getting-laid-every-now-and-then’ part 😉 ) without getting attached to anything terrestrial, made him an apt choice. Continue reading Decoding Krishna