At the Grass Root Level

The masses in our country have always been an entity which we have always viewed as one. As a group of more than a million people, all grouped into a single measure, and as a consequence of this, our entire outlook towards society has been based on social classifications for the same. For most people, life is an endless chore, its hardwork which brings just enough food, clothing, shelter and perhaps an education for their kids. As a passerby, we scarce notice such people, for time is short and life is fleeting. Is it our upbringing, our way of life, … Continue reading At the Grass Root Level

Patented Parenting

Puutandu Varthagal ! Parenting is perhaps the worlds toughest profession. When you are directly responsible for someone’s upbringing, his flairs and his flaws, undermining the task is something I would not dream of attempting. Like most things in the world today, parenting too is becoming a mechanised profession. Right from birth, how you are supposed to be raising a child can be found in almost every parenting book found in the waiting hall of the ever busy gynaecologist. With each of these books telling you exactly what you should be doing when – when you should put your child to … Continue reading Patented Parenting