In UK, we have now these "Islamic prayer rooms" in almost every university. Why must universities feel the need to accommodate students who pray five times a day, with three of those times being during regularly scheduled classes? They say it is their fundamental right to pray at work. Why then university do not arrange some space for small gurudwaras, churches and temples inside offices and educational institutions? Do Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Christians not like to pray five times a day? Many certainly do but they are forced to make other arrangements. Right to pray at work, in public institutions and offices??? I don't have any problem with praying five times a day but please go home and pray there...why at work? Where is this society heading?
1. What does friendship mean to you?
2. Is the friendship just too exhausting and negative most of the time?
3. Is the relationship balanced?
4. It’s okay to let go.
5. Know that it’s nobody’s fault.
6. Stay open.
|Cricket in my village in Sitapur district|
1. Live now.
2. Follow your dream.
4. Think positively.
5. Spread your love.
6. Get support.
7. Take charge.
8. Change and adapt.
9. Have fun.
10. Last but not least, remember who you are.
कंप्यूटर मोबाइल के युग में किताब,कॉपी, कलम की वाट लग गयी है। लोगो की हैंडराइटिंग देख लो आजकल - जैसे चील बिलौआ - जैसे इंक की बोतल में गिरी हुई चींटी कागज़ पर चलती चली गयी हो। माशाल्ला।
Romila Thapar, Irfan Habib, Vipin Chandra, DN Jha, Srimali, KM Pannikar, Micheal Witzel, Wendy Doniger et al. - they all say have one thing in common - arrogance! They consider others' historical work as 'rubbish' and claim that they are the best. They have enslaved entire historical research community in India and try to stop any good research (that they think is trying to contest their conclusions) from getting published in reputed journals. New Indian historians must come together on a platform to give these snobs a befitting intellectual reply.