Prasad Kulkarni

Prasad Kulkarni is a Data and Analytics professional. At work, he analyses historical data and ponders over historical events otherwise.

Why is Bhagavad Gita more relevant than ever

Let’s start with a verse from Bhagavad Gita (chapter 1, verse 30) गाण्डीवं स्रंसते हस्तात्त्वक्चैव...

Vedanta – Going beyond the Vedas

“In Hinduism, Vedas are the ultimate source of truth,” asserted my friend and colleague, while arguing with his boss (not a good idea), over my...

A historical perspective on Humour: Chatrapati Shivaji and Arjuna

On April 2, 1779, the great Maratha king Chatrapati Shivaji wrote a letter to the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. A few lines, in the beginning, read as follows: This firm and...

Book Review: Amish Tripathi’s Dharma – a lesson for today’s youth.

In the year 2020, on the occasion of India’s honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi birthday, some Twitter activists trended the hashtag #NationalUnemploymentDay....

Decoding Dharma – Beyond Good and Bad

The Ottoman dream First things first. This article is inspired by this video. There is a classic stereotype: Democracy is good, while dictatorship isn’t! However,...

Remembering martyrs of 26/11 Mumbai attack

Every sacrifice made while fighting the ghastly 26/11 Mumbai attack is worth a salute. However, two of them stuck with me. While the first one is well known, the second...

When Krishna saved Arjuna; war with Bhagadatta

11th day of Kurukshetra war On 10th day of the Kurukshetra war, Bheeshma, the commander of Kauravas fell. He was succeeded by Dronacharya. However, the Kaurava army was...

Musings on Revenge: Learning from Agneepath and Sarfarosh

Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, a 12-year-old boy wronged grievously. Lost his father to a conspiracy hatched by some anti-social elements. Ajay Singh Rathod, a young man with a...

Freedom: thoughts on Independence day

Let us go back to certain fundamentals on this Independence day. Micro to Macro The theory of fractals vouches for ‘self-similarity’ i.e. from microcosm to...

Remembering Hiroshima Day after 75 years

What did Individuals go through? The two nuclear explosions in Hiroshima and Nagasaki were monumental in annals of mankind. Those events changed the world forever....

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