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About kcavatar

A 21-year old Aerospace Engineering undergrad at PEC, Chandigarh, (previously Mechanical Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Srinagar). I have a great fascination for learning, getting enlightened about the ever-changing scenario of the world. Crave to do the fullest to bring tremendous changes to bring the virtuous world back.

To The Altar of Peace

I have sought refuge in you every moment When the perception of life and living thrives in me I have put in you my “self” every instant Till the feeling of consciousness resides in me   I have defended you … Continue reading

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Imperial Christianity: A Brief History – N. S. Rajaram

Originally posted on Bharata Bharati:
Viewed from a Pagan perspective, Christianity appears to have passed through several phases, beginning as an obscure Jewish militant movement against Rome to becoming the master of the Roman Empire and much of Europe, evolving…

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Padmavati not honoured like Joan of Arc – Anil Athale

Originally posted on Bharata Bharati:
The doubt about the existence of Rani Padmavati as a historical figure is typical of the lazy historians of India. Most Indian historians are like a man searching for a lost needle on a dark night…

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It’s Better

It’s better to strive to seek Him Than to fancy the gifts of afterlife It’s better to search for the Truth Than being pestered by the monsters of rationality   It’s better to live in the dreams of tomorrow Than … Continue reading

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Battle for Indian History: How to fight it, and how not – Virendra Parekh

Originally posted on Bharata Bharati:
“Tampering with history can … undermine India’s self-image. A wrong perception of the past can obscure a clear view of the present. That indeed was the route taken, first by colonial masters, Christian missionaries and…

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Accuracy, Convergence and Mesh Quality

Originally posted on Another Fine Mesh:
[This article was first published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Connector. It was so popular there it’s reposted here to reach a broader audience.] “We know embarrassingly little about how the mesh…

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The Scattered Pearls

Never seek those pearls They always remained unclaimed Many trod upon them but None cared to take cognizance of Those pearls; the gems of love Of truth, of nobleness. So queer it’s; qualities don’t qualify To be regarded, to be … Continue reading

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