Author: <span class="vcard">Manojj Dhinakaran</span>

The Rot within Us – Why does a relationship fail?

October 15, 2018 45 Comments

We as humans love to socialize. We are social animals, trying to bond and develop relationships with almost everyone we meet. Some turn into special ones that we cherish for a lifetime, some we just blankly ignore and there are the some that which we wish to have lasted longer than their short-lived time. No […]

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An untold tale of Shakuni

October 15, 2018 No Comments

PART – 1 To almost every Indian, the story of Mahabharata is synonyms. To those of you who don’t know, it’s an epic poem written by the great sage Veda Vyasa. It is the longest and the most exquisite piece of poetry that depicts the events of the great Bharata war and the tragedy that […]

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The Rape and Restitution

October 15, 2018 3 Comments

India is one of the most famous countries; known all over the world for its greatness, tradition, technological advancements, culture and the list goes on and something new recently. It is the land where the women are given more respect and worshipped as a god from the ancient times. Even the Vedas speak greatly of […]

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A Tear and Smile

October 15, 2018 3 Comments

Tattered Clothes to suffice the cold, A bottle in hand to silence the raging soul, You who move through the fallen holts, Do you remember the grandness of your courts and the splendour of your kings? Or the tranquillity of your house and the simper of your spouse. What more does one need in life […]

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The Oracle OF Delphi

October 15, 2018 5 Comments

Technology and other advancements have made the ancient traditions of soothsaying and prophecy bogus and sometimes proved them to be a sort of tangible events orchestrated by bright minds of deception. But for the ancient world, the oracles were the only hope in the dark ages. Some of those traditions of faith and belief still […]

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Day Zero – A day where there is no life sustainance

October 15, 2018 19 Comments

“Water, water, everywhere, and all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” – Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The rime of the ancient mariner   No one would have ever guessed the seriousness of those lines, nor could have understood its depth until one experiences it. But recently things have started to change […]

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Focus! A Simple Change to Improve life!

October 15, 2018 5 Comments

Have you all ever wondered what makes the Japanese people tenaciously successful than the rest of world? What makes them more persistent that even after facing two world wars and devastation of the nuclear bombs, they are able to rise back on their feet to bring dominance? I thought that might be some grand work […]

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Why Worry? The World is full of life!

October 15, 2018 No Comments

“Walk the walk of ages, for there is nothing harder than what you have already faced” – Bayakuya Thrandruil On my previous article, I’ve discussed, how brutal a war could be. Likewise, life too is full of battles and pain making the world look gloomier. We all work hard and strive amidst them to make our […]

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The Fall Of The Khwarezmid Empire

October 15, 2018 253 Comments

Have you ever wondered what happens when you do something without thinking? The actions that we do resonate through, the cascade of time affecting not only ours but also of others having grave consequences; such as in the case of the Muhammad II the Shah of the Khwarezmid Empire leading the entire country to be […]

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