Arihant by Shubhan Balvally – A Futuristic Sci-fi Trilogy way ahead than its Time in India
Wrong generation or The Wronged generation
By Dhanuka Dickwella ” when people are collectively influenced by the time period in which they were born ,these influences tend to bond people across the whole generation, forming a large social […]
Outfoxing the Fox by Dhanuka Dickwella
South Asian politics is emotionally driven. Being rational has not been a part of the said political culture. How successful you are as a politician will depend on how skillfully you could flame the […]
Dewdrop and Banyan Tree by Ramachandran Rajasekharan: A Bundle of Melancholy, Simple Joys of Life, Childhood Days, Memories, and Vision
Dewdrop and Banyan Tree by Ramachandran Rajasekharan: A Bundle of Melancholy, Simple Joys of Life, Childhood Days, Memories, and Vision.
The BHL factor of South Asia by Dhanuka Dickwella
In the grand theater of the world, various actors would be playing various roles every so often. Some would be heroic personas , some would be destined traitors, some are unsung heroes & […]
The Alvenaz Villa by Subodh Sharma: Tracing Ancestry through Orphans
The Alvenaz Villa by Subodh Sharma: Tracing Ancestry through Orphans.
Are the Sri Lankan Buddhists facing an existential threat ? by Dhanuka Dickwella
Religion is a super sensitive topic. Although religions are born to promote peace, harmony , coexistence , love , empathy we have seen gruesome conflicts emerging globally in the name of religion. From ancient crusaders […]