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My First Karma Puja

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My First Karma Puja

There was a beautiful sight in the middle of the clouds. A full moon was shining in the sky. It was September 2, 2017. The tribal people living in Gaya and especially those from Jharkhand State celebrated the Karma Puja in the Magadh University campus. They shared happiness and joy with each other and thanked […]

Around Patna: A tale of Shoes

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Around Patna: A tale of Shoes

It all started with a ‘lucky shoe’ . In a land where only the rich and powerful  could aspire to wear them, one smart aleck got his hands on a pair, but the shoes were the cause of so many problems. The shoes kept the audience in splits throughout the performance of ‘Jootey’, in Patna […]

Dream of a New India: PWC Founders’ Day

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Dream of a New India: PWC Founders’ Day

The Governor of PWC reminded  the young women of their destiny to build a new India, and the responsibility to make India- free of communal disharmony and lynching. Patna Women’s College founded by Bishop Sullivan in 1940 celebrated its Founder’s day (August 22). It is the first women’s college in Bihar. Most Reverend Archbishop William […]

Rakhi Eclipsed by Loony Tunes?

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Rakhi Eclipsed by Loony Tunes?

The whole day of Raksha Bandhan was very joyful until my family relatives started announcing restrictions on eating. On the day of Raksha Bandha the lunar eclipse started from 10:42 pm. So everyone was concerned about having the food before the eclipse. This issue definitely must be the interesting topic for the discussion in past […]

Rakhi for Trees @ Xavier Colleges

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Rakhi for Trees @ Xavier Colleges

On July 6, some 68 Student council members of St. Xavier’s Colleges, Patna celebrated RakshaBandhan in a unique style when they tied Rakhis to trees and made friendship with them to send the message about the trees:  how important or beneficial they are in our daily lives. The word ‘raksha bandhan’ in Sanskrit roughly means […]

  Protest turns into personal fight

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  Protest turns into personal fight

Sir, I write this letter to share my views on the ‘Not in my name’ protest. The public of this nation often come together with a purpose. They align their thoughts to fight against wrong doing but then lose their path. A naïve boy Junaid was killed by the mob, people there didn’t react. When […]

‘Not in my name’ Protest

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‘Not in my name’ Protest

Sir, As an individual I am a part of this diverse culture of my country. My identity is not limited to a religion, caste, creed, clan, color etc. As a citizen of India, I’m part of a country known for values and a culture which has space for opinions, tolerance and other cultures. Our constitution […]

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