Does the word fascinates you??…….Thinking!!!

How about ancient Egypt…very ancient…BC…2300 BC???….Never thought about it!!!

Do you know what it was called around 2300 BC?? ….No, I bet!!!

Any idea what these images depicts???…..Perhaps yes!!!

Thanks for reading this…more to come


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Haunting Noise

I kept running here and there
This room to that room
My house to her house
But noise left me not for a second.

Nowhere to escape

I sat on my commode…at last

In that silence I could hear the noise again

Rude, loud, and annoying.

Astonished, I looked here and there,

But the surrounding was calm.

Yet the noise was haunting me,

Rude, loud, and annoying.

I closed my eyes to listen to that noise,

To match my wave with its,

And then I relieved myself,

From the noise that haunted me

Because it came not from outside

But within




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The 21st century is all about going DIGITAL. However, I love old school.
The smell of papers pinned together in a handy size where human emotions are jeweled by choosy words, adds drama in my day.

That tall and colorful bookmark, hidden in between the pages, is always very inviting. I cuddle on a couch or on a bed, holding a book, day and night with my eyes as relaxed as my mind.

And unaware of time, I often slip into the world of sleep where I dream that I had fantasized, where I had created my characters.

I remain stress free and so does my eyes.

Are you an old school lover too?
I am current reading “I AM 16 I Can RAPE”26156207.jpg
What are you reading?
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Love Me

Love me not for what I am
Love me not for who I am
but love me for my invisible side
That is aloof
That is hidden

I am someone
who you may not like
I am someone
whom you may never leave
I am someone
who you may never forget
because I am myself
A master piece.

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Era of Digital Colonialism Led By NDA in India Begins

San Jose: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (2nd L), John T. Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco, Paul E. Jacobs, Executive Chairman of Qualcomm and Goggle CEO Sundar Pichai (R) during the Digital India and Digital Technology dinner function in San Jose on Saturday. PTI Photo by Subhav Shukla (PTI9_27_2015_000085A)

The recent US visit of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has opened the door for digital colonialism in India and the media hyped it as “Digital India”.

Who will rule India’s digital market?

Needless to say, the big US giants, Facebook, Google and Microsoft.


Google will provide free Wi-Fi in 500 railway stations.

Facebook promoted its uncredited Internet.org model through which poor will benefit and will become rich (eventually). It also proposes for e-governance through Facebook. (Means the whole data about Indian governance and its people will be hosted in its server and will be accessible by the US and Facebook resulting to slavery)

Microsoft will connect villages.

Well to summarise, the prime agenda of the US IT giants is to capture India’s digital market.

How many Indian Internet service providers exist in Indian digital market?

There are a few Internet service providers in Indian market. BSNL, Hathway and Airtel are the major ones.

Now the questions is, are we, the Indians, really unsatisfied with their services?

How will digital India benefit our railway stations, poor and villagers?

Only a few of the Indian population, especially urban (say 40% of the total Indian population), have switched to Smartphones and use the Internet through it. They buy the Internet package from their service provider and utilise it as per individual need and use free Wi-Fi, wherever they get it such as in many restaurants, hotels or airport.

About Indian villagers, do you really think they can afford Smartphone or computer at home? 3000 farmer suicide cases has already been registered since 2013 in India. Are our villagers literate? They don’t even have the luxury of basic education which is our constitutional right.

In this scenario, do our villages really need free Internet or a better quality school and medical assistance?  (Maybe Facebook has thought of e-School and e-Hospital for villagers).

Even if the Internet has to support any creative idea of villagers, where will the money for giving shape to an idea come from? If the solution is loan from a government bank, where is the guarantee that the idea will sell and the person will be able to spay the debt? This will lead to another suicide.

Other side of the Coin

Long time ago, the East Indian Company came to India to trade. The Indian nawabs and kings welcomed them in greed for more business.  The East Indian Company lended money to the locals for their luxurious lifestyle and expenses who probably thought that they will not have to repay the loan as they have allowed the East Indian Company a free trade in India. However this was not true. Gradually, India was sold to the British who ruled for more than 100 years.

Now, in the 21st century, which is considered to be digital era, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is gifting away our digital independence to US.

Also the fact (revealed from Snowden) that Facebook, Google and Microsoft along with telecom companies, have been an integral part of the National Security Agency (NSA) of US and the Five-Eyes Global Spy Network (US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand). These US IT giants allows access to all of their data to these countries which means giving the access to our data to these US MNC’s is to give them our important economic resources and allow them to monitor our important decisions. (The NDA government also insisted on the compulsion of ADHAAR card which is linked to the bank account so that the banking of each individual can be monitored.)

Digital India will also lead to digital imperialism because Facebook wants poor to connect with Internet.org to become rich (How will it eliminate poverty and hunger from India is debatable.).This means, the Facebook will decide which websites poor ill access in India.

Digital India Post-mortem

India has already spent more than Rs. 70,000 crore on National Optical Fibre Network for developing an Internet backbone in the country. BSNL has a major contribution in this network. Moreover, Indian railways has already built Rail-Tel, a fibre optic network for Wi-Fi installations in railway stations that Google proposes to use.

Thus we can see that our Indian companies has already laid the digital foundation and the US MNC’s has to only add icing on the cake. This means, Indian government has invested and will invest in the Internet infrastructure in India and Facebook, Microsoft and Google will earn profit by accessing our confidential data and selling them in the name of “Free Service”.


  1. On one side, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is insisting on “Make in India” and on the other side, he is selling India to the US.
  2. Are we ready to be a digital slave or indirect slave of US in the 21st century?

Source credit to a write up in the People’s Democracy” newspaper by Prabir Purkayasta and image from indianexpress.

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SUCCESS gets in the way

A perspective towards success and failure

Dayanita singh , Random thoughts on Photography, Art and being a soloist

Atleast in being an Artist ,Success and Failure are two completely meaningless words. The sooner one can delete them, the easier things will be, the richer ones exploration will be.They were never part of my vocabulary, even when I was your age. I try to address them now, as I hear some of your concerns.

How can one judge what is Failure and subsequently what is Success. They are both quite superficial and transitory, and todays success is tomorrows failure and vice a versa. They are just trends, they come and go, like fashion.  My whole trajectory has been like this. These words S and F matter if you are running a business and looking for results, but when Enquiry and Exploration are your ‘work’ then how can you measure them in Success or Failure.

I made the ZAKIR HUSSAIN book in 1986, while still a student at NID. It was…

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Again All of Us Have Become Slaves

Very long ago, sudden secretion of a protein from our brain cell made us intellectual and a psychological vertebrate.

Two decades ago, the Internet started hampering that protein in the brain cell.

Now, the tornado of information through various digital gadgets have almost destroyed that protein.

Q1. Have you analysed your retention power in recent years?
Q2. How much information can you memorize now?
Q3. Up to what level, do you stress your brain in acquiring knowledge from your sub-conscious mind than Google?
Q4. When was the last quiz that you played?

This is an era of slavery again…slaves of a digital world, where texts are exchanged and words are not communicated, where kisses have become stickers and lips are seldom locked, where GK books have vanished and Google search engine rocks, where lonely souls are not thriving to meet actual partners because they have virtual ones and may be “n” numbers in various time zone, where loyalty is taken over by virtual sex…

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