Shame and guilt

We often complain about rape and abuse in the society but we forget to give a voice to our daughters and sisters. Incest is a major crime going on through ages thanks to the sick mentality that makes some men feel manly enough at committing these crimes. We have failed to inculcate the moral and ethic values in our boys and over instilled the same in our girls. We cannot blame anyone but ourselves for remaining mute, deaf and blind. 


CHRISTMAS : Celebrating the birth of Christ

  December’s unique celebration Hearts full of worship and jubilation A family time for the entire clan Their celebratory customs need a plan Involving heightened economic activity Christmas celebrated as per one’s Nativity The songs pre-Christmas get played plenty Origins of customs and themed music gaiety The bringing in of the Christmas Tree Adornment with … Continue reading CHRISTMAS : Celebrating the birth of Christ

ONAM – Welcoming Mahabali

Onam is celebrated around harvest time in Kerala. Primarily a Hindu Festival that is celebrated as a New Year's by the Malayalee people it honours Vamana Avatar who is an incarnation of the Hindu God Vishnu. The traditional attire of white Lungis and sarees with gold borders, floral decorations form a significant part of the celebratory prayers. The festival lasts for about ten days during which lots of performances of song, dance, skits are conducted by Malayalees in all parts of the world. In Kerala though the celebrations are extravagant including boat races, mask dances, martial arts display and a lot more.

PARYUSHAN PARVA : The Festival of Forgiveness

Paryushan Parva is an annual Jain festival linked to forgiveness. Members of Jain Community are meant to be observing a strict fasting period for ten days, maintaining abstinence from all worldly pleasures. During this period they nurture their soul by staying simplistic and virtuous in keeping with the teachings of their religion. They ask for forgiveness from all that could have hurt any sentiments knowingly or unknowingly by them and also forgive anyone who has hurt them in any way.


Plastic bags are banned in KENYA since September 2017. This is a brave step towards conservation of our planet by reducing the usage of at least one of the pollutants. Although people have mixed opinions ref the ban, they have no option but to observe it. I personally feel the masses must be first educated on the ill-effects of plastic usage and advised on alternatives which were prevalent in the plastic-less days.