Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Memory and Senses

Tusar N. Mohapatra - October 22, 2014 at 1:24 pm One response to “Odia Travel Literature: A Few Basic Facts”
I remember to have read a book by Sriharsha Mishra of Prajatantra visiting England which had impressed much when in school. [TNM55]

It’s Paschima Diganta where Kuldip Nayar among others is also his co-traveller. [TNM55]

While browsing through “Indian Philosophy and the Consequences of Knowledge” yesterday, I noticed that reference to Sri Aurobindo is absent while Gandhi (as mandatorily) is there.

@SavitriEraParty 11 October 2014 The stretch from the Saket Metro Station to the Garden of Five Senses is in such a bad condition that it literally takes one's breath away.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Thinking vs. memorizing

Wrote about the situation in India, yesterday: [TNM55]

Institutions don't hang in air but are manned by human beings. If the author joined politics, others too are tempted to please political masters. Nothing unusual for subordinates. [TNM55] a day ago at The fallacy of autonomy - Yogendra Yadav, Hindu

The greatest valour lies in devouring by means of renouncing - tena tyaktena bhunjitha (Isha Up. 1)- what loftier economic prescription?