Pleasure

Sunny Rain-N-Snow: An Olio of Poetry for Pleasure

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Spread the love           Bhaskaranand reviews the poetry of U Atreya Sharma and critiques his book Sunny Rain-n-Snow, exclusively for Different Truths. Sunny Rain-n-Snow is a beautiful folio of sixty-three poems well-wrought by U Atreya Sarma, a seasoned writer, mature poet and impartial critic of contemporary times. Divided into twelve sections, the collection explores various themes – from […]


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Pain and Pleasure

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Spread the love           An evocative erotic love poem by Meenakshi, exclusively for Different Truths. I feel your stubble on my cheek Your breath on my neck is warm Your bite on my neck leaves a scar But making love to you is all about marks Hard and brutally you pound me I’m holding on to you […]


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In Defence of Social Media

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Spread the love           Ruchira celebrates the influx of social media sites that have made like enchantingly interesting. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. To see a World in a Grain of Sand  And a Heaven in a Wild Flower  Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand  And Eternity in an hour […]


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Seductive Chocolate: A Befitting Food of the Gods

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Spread the love            The antiquity of chocolate may be traced back to nearly 4,000 years ago. The Cacao tree from which chocolate is derived is an evergreen tree growing naturally in the tropical wilderness of the Americas. Its seeds, the cocoa beans, are used to make cocoa mass, cocoa powder, and chocolate. Did you know that cocoa and chocolate – which perpetually exude an […]


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Preamble: John Bowlby Helps Understand Human Behaviour Caught Between Attachments and Separations – I

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Spread the love            The crux of Bowlby’s thesis is that the pains and joys of attachment cannot be reduced to something more primary such as the sexual or death instincts. Just as a child’s love for his mother does not result from the gratification of his oral desires, so the heart-rending expressions of grief quoted […]


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South India with its Polite People was a Pleasant Shock

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Spread the love            Carefree and happy-go-lucky student days in Delhi came to an end when Soumya received an appointment letter. He had to report to the Madras office. He shares the juicy details of his train journey and his arrival in a city that seemed like another country. Here’s a humourous take, in the weekly […]


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Global Meet in Patna to Debate Marxian Thought

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Spread the love           An international conference in India on Karl Marx – ‘’Karl Marx-Life, Ideas and Influence: A Critical Examination on the Bicentenary’ (16-20 June 2018) under the aegis of the Asian Development Research Institute will take place in Patna, the capital of one of India’s most economically backward states. Its significance lies in the state’s […]


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Touching Lives

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Spread the love            She wanted to marry a classmate from her business school, who was from a different community and working in another small town at the end of the country.  They seemed perfectly matched with similar job profiles and taste and knowing that the young man was also a wannabe writer who had also read […]


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An Overview of the Ideas and Visions of Rabindranath Tagore

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Spread the love            Rooted in the Indian reality, minus its dogmas, the flight of Rabindranath Tagore’s creative genius made him a global citizen. Swapan delves into the world of his ideas and visions, as Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths.   Rabindranath Tagore was a great poet, prose writer and a Nobel Laureate who found […]


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Kabuliwala of the Eden Gardens

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Spread the love            As an homage to Tagore, Atrayee writes a modern version of Kabuliwala. This Mini’s world is that of crayons, TV, Cricket matches, and more. But, the echoes of the well-known story is distinct. Here’s a short story, as Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths. Mini was angry. Nobody had time for her. […]


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