A version of this Post was published on Andhra Cultural Portal on June 26, 2014
At first glance, many of you may be taken aback by such a damning, and some would even say, questionable, assertion.
After all, aren’t Indians known for their intelligence? Aren’t we famous in the US as Silicon Valley “tech geniuses” and medical wizards? Aren’t many of us scoring off the IQ charts? Don’t we win Geography and Spelling Bees?
But the reality is there are many types of intelligence–even animals and robots now have some degree of intelligence and some types of intelligence ...
A version of this Post was published on Andhra Cultural Portal on June 20, 2014
Let us face the facts, Indians are Talkers, not Doers. As usual, Andhras are the worst example of this.
We can talk for hours on end, over tea, over toddy, over tokkudu ladoo—but what does it matter, still we are stuck at square one ...
A version of this Post was published on Andhra Cultural Portal on May 21, 2014
While this is by now a line so well known that it is almost cliche, few of us meditate on it. But what is lesser known is that even fewer still meditate on another insightful history quote ...
A version of this Post was published on Andhra Cultural Portal on April 8, 2014
There is a famous saying that “Rome was not built in a day”.
Given our exhaustion and frustration with Leave a response »
A version of this Post was published at Andhra Cultural Portal on November 4, 2013
A recent article by an 30-Something Indian yuppie Leave a response »