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The Good Death


Euthanasia means a good death and is a term used for an old or sick person voluntarily choosing death to relieve himself/herself of pain and suffering either by refusing treatment, or by asking the assistance of a doctor to facilitate his/her death either actively (administering a poison, for example) or passively (not administering a treatment, for example).

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Mother Brahmi


In Jain mythology, the first Tirthankara, Rishabha, who brought civilisation to humanity, had a daughter called Brahmi and she is said to have invented writing.

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Masculine and Feminine Leaders


The male brain and the female brain are really not structurally different but one is drenched in testosterone and the other is drenched in oestrogen and so there are bound to be differences in how men and women react to crises. Upbringing and education contributes to differences.

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Queer Enchantment


Yes, Indic mythology is full of queer stories. But few are aware of it. And those who are not aware of it, usually assume they don’t exist.

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Lakshmi’s Purana


Traditional storytellers did not look upon deities as historical or supernatural beings; they were living beings who lived ordinary lives amongst ordinary people to communicate sublime, or shall we say, extraordinary, ideas.

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