Month: September 2015

Wars and Celebration?

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This whole week, there were many newspaper articles focusing on the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Indo-Pak war.

Truly speaking, this concept of celebration just went beyond me; my petite brain was unable to comprehend the logic behind the celebration of a war. What’s the point of celebrating something which rather than making you better off just ended up making you worse off? War is something which I doubt will ever reap good results.

I read somewhere that “War is the last resort to attain peace,” well; this statement makes a lot of sense. Peace is the ultimatum, war is just an action to destroy the ones who are disrupting your peace, but ironically, isn’t war something which deepens the need of peace? If we scroll through the history, we can evidently see how wars have graved something all new to disrupt the peace and harmony. We cannot deny the fact that wars are mostly indecisive; they come with no good outcome to attain peace even if the objective was the same.

In India’s context itself if we see, the 1962, Indo-Sino war, it left us with the legacy of an unsettled and disputed border which is prone to frequent military confrontations.

The 1965, infamous Indo-Pak war which is being celebrated now, neither brought victory to Pakistan which initiated the war in the Rann of Kutch and later in Jammu and Kashmir nor peace in India which fought back tenaciously after being surprised. It had no decisive outcome either in Jammu and Kashmir or in the relationship between the two countries which is still so confusing.

The 1971 war, it did have an outcome, the creation of a new nation but at what cost? The cost benefit factor here seems negative to me. After all, there is no glory in the battle worth blood as its cost.

This discussion on the outcomes of various wars can go on and on…but the reasons for celebrating it are still beyond me…victory or no victory.



The Wee tales 19

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That night for the first time in her life, she slept with a stuffed toy in her arms.

Good donation days bought good smiles too.

Voicing the picture

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12032964_1090305820979619_843987707254900998_n“A photograph shouldn’t be just a picture, It should be a philosophy.”- Amit Kalantari


Bugs be the ones satisfied with what they’ve, they enjoy greenery while we enjoy green cards.

Sitting on the green plane, letting the sunlight invade his personal space, he smiles.The surrounding makes his life worth a while.

Perhaps, his day started so great with his sight full of green at least he is not waking up in an area filled with concrete.

The greenery feels so deep within, enriching one with peace. The harmony if we would allow to exist, the war would cease to exist.

Voicing the picture is something new that I am starting, In here, I will post some pictures and reflect my views upon it. Hope you all like it. 🙂

The Wee tales 18

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When her bladder filled to the level which made her unable to compromise,

she realized that wearing a jumpsuit was not her brightest choice.

The Wee tales 17

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At the local sweet shop, I ordered my delicacy.

Waiting for it, I observed the surroundings. Flies, mosquitoes and cockroaches, I found it all and then my jalebi with rabdi arrived, trusting my immune system I devoured it all in no time.

The Wee tales 16

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After many years he flied back to his hometown,

Out of habit, that night, he slept without having his dinner but when his mother fed him in his sleep, he surprisingly didn’t feel childish or immature. He just felt loved which he never received abroad.

Makau’s and their research- Part 2

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To read Part 1- Makau’s and their research- Part 1

Today is the day; the Makau’s are all ready to inject themselves inside their respective subjects. All three have reached their locations eagerly waiting to invade the human mind. They are going to get inside the mind through a method where they will drill a micro mini part of the head to get inside the skull and through the skull in the brain. It is all fully planned, just waited to be executed. We have also attached a high quality camera with the Makau’s to watch and record all their actions; this will help us to know how the process is going on. The camera is adept in showing both inside and outside of the brain.

The camera shows the entry of these Makau’s inside their subjects. The easiest entry was inside the brain of the Arab man, the woman’s brain was quite confusing and the young man’s brain from India took a lot quite a lot of time to reach as it was far from the skull but on the positive size, it seems quite small which will help the Makau to explore it faster saving time.

We are now observing how the Arab man is responding to the Makau’s action. The Makau is forcing him to pull the Burqa(Nakab) from the face of the woman standing in front of him and he does it. The woman looks shocked, terrified and shy but the man; we guess her husband, is looking all angry and fumed. He will surely beat our subject up and he does. Our subject’s brain is secreting hormones making him feel sad, aggressive and confused at the same time. We can use these different hormones for different purposes. Our subject is now in the lift on his way home, the lift is filled with so many people. The Makau is forcing him to slap the person next to him to channelize his aggression somewhere and he slaps him. The hypothesis is proving to be true in the Arab mans case but still, we can’t be sure. The subject is now on his way to the mosque, still confused with his action. Before stepping inside the mosque, the Makau forces him to pick up some mud and throw it inside the mosque but surprisingly the subject is resisting it. He is not allowing his brains order to convert into his actions. This was quite unexpected.

Let’s move on to the other subject,

Over here, The Woman’s system is quite confusing to the Makau; he is still trying to understand it. It has so many types of hormones being secreted at the same time; some are even unknown to us. Let him figure it out till then let’s check out the Indian man’s brain.

It is so far the most interesting brain. It is full of male chauvinism. This only thing this man seems to be proud of is his gender; we can use this trait of his for our benefit. To test him, the Makau slightly pushes him to pee in the public and he readily does so, the push was just minimalistic. We guess that this man is the most gullible, but then there is this other man besides the subject also peeing in public. Maybe this act is normal here and not shameful. So, now the Makau is making the subject to slap the ass of the person peeing next to him, he slaps it. He surely seems to be the most gullible man. All humiliated and insulted, the subject returns back home. The Makau is now making him wear his mother’s saree and bangles. He is restraining it so strong that he breaks the bangle into two pieces. He is not so gullible maybe.

Back to the Woman’s system, maybe, now the Makau has understood the functioning. The Makau sends us a green signal stating his experimentation with the woman and he says that she was doing everything what he was making her do but she started resisting when he was trying to make her burn her clothes.

All these experiments are proving that the humans are gullible but they resist the actions which they strongly oppose. The hypothesis is proven wrong. We will now have to find some other way to make our plan successful, resisting humans will not allow our plan to be successful. We are sending the signals asking the Makau’s to come back to the headquarters.

The Makau’s are now here and are sharing their experience inside the human brain. Each of their experience is showing some kind of subtle similarity. All of the three Makau’s believe that the human behaviour cannot be fully controlled by them when they are inside their brains but the human brains react the same way when something opposing to their mindset happens.

They state that we can use this behaviour of humans for our benefit; they are now requesting us for more time to stay on Earth so as to observe humans as mere spectators. We are ready to oblige but we need to do something of their feet, it cannot be rotated, humans won’t accept. This brings an idea into my mind, humans don’t accept. We can use this weak point of theirs to destroy them.

The Makau’s are asked to sit with us in the headquarter and to observe the earth through our lenses. We start our Earth tour through our special lens which takes us anywhere we want to go. We are planning to keep the observation for few days.

After few days,

Observing the humans helped us to find our answers; we know how we can destroy the Earth. All we have to do is to provide half of the population with a lot of resources and let the other half die of hunger but we will provide this other half with objects of destruction. The first half will be stupid enough to not share their wealth with those who have none as humans are selfish creatures and the other half will be way too jealous and hungry to not react which will force them to start a war. As a result, the whole race will end allowing Makau’s to settle on Earth.