Albert Einstein was both very intelligent and very wise. He is also quite famous for several things, including his: formula E = MC2 frizzy long white hair affair w/Marilyn Monroe Blondes in America, it seems, did have more fun (than some non-blondes). Despite the profundity of EInstein’s prolific writings and discoveries in the cerebral domain of theoretical physics (he’s […]
In response to the writings of RabindraNath Tagore, Dr. S. Parui offers… imagery. Enjoy. (Image: R. Carlén/SORS Paris) Dr. Suvro Parui, former Chair, Institute of Asian Studies and Professor of Chinese Studies, Amity University, Gurgaon is a recognized authority on India’s esteemed poet and thought leader RabindraNath Tagore (1861–1941).
Acha, it seems that we may not get around to doing that multi-post language series before our blog-site relaunch. It was a project that we started and didn’t have resources to finish. We’ll surely feature it and others in the future here! I apologize for any anxiety about that series. My sincere regrets to the good professor […]
I have somehow become convinced that it’s okay to ignore some fans I love when, like a petulant child, I may not get my way at all times on my own schedule. I sorry. I will do better. This post was much longer. I took the moody part out, now it’s not so long. We’ll see […]
Every year around this time Monsoon arrives. While it has been known to “come in like gangbusters” and inundate roads and neighborhoods (and more-importantly, farms, homes, schools, businesses and gardens) with abundant rains, one seldom knows precisely when the rains will arrive. This year it seemed for a minute that the Monsoon would never reach […]
Some of the greatest joys in life reach at unexpected moments adding to recognition by those we admire. God knows I admire Sonuji! He is such a hopeful light in the world. When Sonu Nigam smiles with his eyes and a silent “Acha!“ (as he gave to Aditi Singh Sharma above) be assured that you did something exceptionally well! Life is good. This was […]
By the way, this post blew up my web browser repeatedly while this was prepared by my web team; my longest post to date is LOADED with information, lol. As “the Internet changes everything,” the so-called commercial music industry is also undergoing a rapid evolution around the planet. I see and hear a number of […]
This is my First Post in a new Series of Language Posts for you all on AntaraMitra.com. I’m having fun with vocal nuances and differences between Hindi and Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, etc. written as sung or spoken texts. I’m passionate about language. We may study them, but we speak no dead languages in India! Regional and personal dialects, accents and quirks abound here, offering fertile ground […]