Adoption under the Hindu Law – 1

Introduction By and large, adoption intends to unshakably embrace a Child and deal with him like one’s own Child. In Hindu law, the various arrangements regarding adoption are given however in other person laws like Muslim law, Christian Law, Parsis Law, no different laws are given so they need to move toward the court for…

Why do we celebrate Sharad Purnima

Sharad Purnima holds a very special place in my heart. During my childhood days, in our old building, we used to celebrate Sharad Purnima at our building terrace. This was a day, when we had our society’s yearly get-together. Masala milk with some snacks items would be served during the program. There were no fancy…

Puja and Politics

Durga Puja is the most important celebrated festival of Bengalis. Though the corona outbreak has reached its worst level still couldn’t reach to level to stop the celebration. The Bengal government themselves has provided an amount of Rs. 50,000 to each pandal group for the expenditure of puja pandals making. The Chief Minister of West…

How Shlokas help in Development of Children

Today when Shloka education is available to everyone, it is important to understand the significance of the same and also pass it on to our future generation. If given an option to learn between Shlokas and Coding, I would personally learn Shlokas. The reason being our Shlokas have a lot of hidden meaning behind our…

My Experiences As A 5-Year-Old During The 1992 Mumbai Riots

The fight for building Ram Mandir began almost 500 years ago. After almost 50 plus years of litigation, a Court Order that was passed a few years ago. Today finally, the foundation stone for the building of Ram Mandir was laid down by Hon’ble Prime Minister of the Country. A struggle, for which millions of…

A Buzzing Gayathri

Gayathri Vamsi, a mother of two active boys and the Founder of Buzzing Bees, shares some insights about her life and her venture. She conducts different classes for Children as well as parents such as Phonics, Social Skills, Reading Club, Young Authors, Mystic Mythology (Shlokas, Stories and values from Indian Mythology), Mom and me (Mother…

Why we don’t wear black during festivals ?

Indians generally prefer to avoid black during any auspicious occassion such as a Pooja or any festivals. Generally it is presumed that wearing the colour black reflects sadness and you are not supposed to be sad on these days. This is what we were taught since our childhood. Interestingly, everything that we do in our…