Sunday, 27 January 2013

Celebrating Re‘Public’ Day




The date 26th January takes its sovereign position in any Indian calendar. Bearing the face of an Indian’s new identity the date signified its importance in the year 1950. The Indian Constitution was laid down and the dream of building a new India was dreamt. The day thus gave the Indian mass an opportunity to prosper the nation of its dreams by making it a democratic and republic nation.

The term ‘Republic’ is a state in which the supreme power lies with the public. The term republic came from French ‘république’, which has derived its roots from Latin ‘respublica’. The word ‘respublica’ is a combination of ‘res’ meaning matters or affairs and ‘publica’ (fem. of ‘publicus’) meaning public.

Sunday, 20 January 2013

MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Post




Well, as the heading goes on to scream loud enough that it is my very first post. Not only this, it is my very first attempt at something like this. Words are my strength and I always did want to do something of this sort: to express my heart out, to bring out on the surface what I really feel. I hope it’s just the breaking of the dawn (Oh! don’t make that straight face, I’m not a twihard :|)

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