“Talaq, Talaq, Talaq”, these words become the subject of controversy and most ongoing debates in India, especially in all news channels. Today the landmark decision came in response to petitions challenging the so-called "Triple Talaq" (Talaq-e-Biddat) custom. Indian Supreme Court has abolished Triple Talaq (instant divorce) and termed it unconstitutional. Before you read the rest … Continue reading NO MORE “TRIPLE TALAQ”


Fairness Products Are Creating Racism In Indian Society…


“Does your daughter have a Fair complexion?? This is what every Indian girl’s parents are asked especially before her wedding. If any girl has a very fair complexion people ask her, “What cream or beauty products do you apply to look fair?” These are the questions with which every Indian girl is familiar with. For … Continue reading Fairness Products Are Creating Racism In Indian Society…

Devi Paksha (Fortnight of the Goddess Durga)

The Durga Puja begins from today unofficially for Bengalis, lives  all over the world especially in West Bengal (A state in India where most of the population are Bengali), with the beginning of Devi Paksha(Fortnight of the Goddess). Devi Paksha is preceded by Mahalaya (the last day of the previous fortnight “Pitri Paksh” or "Fortnight … Continue reading Devi Paksha (Fortnight of the Goddess Durga)

A Common Indian Mother With An Exceptional Mentality

A mother is the most precious gift and the most important person in everyone’s life.  Without whom our lives are incomplete. For every person mother is the most beautiful and caring person in our lives.  A mother not only gives birth to a child but also she always cares every moment for our every need … Continue reading A Common Indian Mother With An Exceptional Mentality

Indian Double Standards


  India is the second largest country in terms of population.  India’s languages, religions, food, music, dance and customs differs from each other. Where the individual or social differences in physical attributes, skin colour, castes, cultural and religious practices, etc. are not looked upon as a conflict. Rather, these differences are looked upon as varieties … Continue reading Indian Double Standards