India, People

The Jesuit Priest and India’s Constitution.

Forgotten Hero's-  Jerome D'souza SJ A while ago, I was reading about the history of the Jesuits in India and I came across a name that rang a very familiar tone, a few Google searches later, I discovered the life of Father Jerome D'souza SJ, the more I read about him, the more I was… Continue reading The Jesuit Priest and India’s Constitution.

India, People

Church Street, Diversity and Bangalore

On one end of my street is busy Brigade Road, filled with people and shops selling almost everything under the sun, on the other end of my street is the quaint St. Mark’s Cathedral, my father and I have gone there for the Sunday morning services for many years now, always a pleasant feeling listening… Continue reading Church Street, Diversity and Bangalore

humanity, People, politics

The Election is over.

  Indian elections are loud, vibrant, colorful, and huge affairs with large amounts of money spent, this year, however, witnessed an election which was marred with hate speech, petty mudslinging and several incidents of political violence, political discourse hit new lows everyday and the country was sharply divided into two groups of people who were… Continue reading The Election is over.