[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/134246060″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”300″ iframe=”false” /] Greetings Dear Blogworms! Hope the New Year ushers in a fresh breeze of vitality, purpose and spirit! Indeed, what an original wish….I only just thought of it. 🙂 The last month simply whizzed by for me, with some goodbyes and some hellos, and some moving on, some dreaming […]
Behold a list of things that happen exclusively and quintessentially in Britain, by writer and lecturer, Sudakshina Bhattacharjee (a British Asian herself, but of course!) 🙂
In the past few years, Bengali cinema, a.k.a ‘Tollywood’, has been exploring intriguing issues that have been affecting the social and cultural settings of Bengal. Sudakshina Bhattacharjee offers her insights in this blog post.
‘ve been doing a lot of writing this past month and if there is one thing I would like to say is that the at the heart of any business is its products and services.
Communication is important, content is important too. But by no means is content ‘king’!
I’m a stickler for comedy, in all it’s forms-stand-up, sitcom, filmic, theatre, novels and whathaveyou. I can’t get enough of how these talented wits can eke out what we do wrong and what we think is ‘right’ but ends up looking downright silly or plain stupid!
There is no such thing as a ‘good’ gender or a ‘bad’ gender- we’re all good and bad- a complex mishmash of good and bad values, traits, attitudes, which make us imperfect souls.
Men aren’t above women as women aren’t above men either- we have been designed to perform different functions but that doesn’t mean we supersede each other- we cannot because we are simply not perfect.