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10 Random things about me in random order:

  1. Moderate soul, except when it comes my country & family.
  2. Multilingual but my language of choice is Hinglish.
  3. As a young college student I realized that words like Marxism & Socialism gave me the heebie-jeebies. I still thank God for that wisdom.
  4. My favourite things include kullhar tea, tamul (raw betelnut), oily street food, Bollywood, & masala novels. In other words, I’m attracted to all things plebian.
  5. Practising Hindu. My Gods are modern & eclectic, & have adapted to my strange ways.
  6. City girl and mountain lover. It’s one of the many paradoxes in my life.
  7. As I grow older, very few issues remain black or white. Life is now varying shades of grey.
  8. Hate early mornings & sad movies.Avoid hypocrites & misogynists.
  9. Fussy about clean sheets and clean toilets.
  10. If I had to live in a world devoid of colour, music & laughter, I would just wither and die.

kulfiGurgaon

Assam

EDUCATION:

Masters in Counselling- Monash University (Singapore Campus)
Speciaist Diploma in Counselling- ACC, Singapore
MA in Political Science- Delhi University
BA in Political Science- Lady Shri Ram College for Women (DU)

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8 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hello Smita,

    Just read your articles in Niti Central & Centre Right India. I did not know that you right to these eZines as well. I regularly check your blog for new articles. I think it will be better if you post these articles here i e, on your blog.

    On ” Why India’s Entrenched Elites Fear Modi?” Aakaar Patel is a nut case he is a hatchet man for Dilli Sultanate. So not surprised ’bout his latest installment of tirade against Naren Bhai.
    I completely agree with your assessment.

    On “How India’s elite manipulates your thoughts” This is exactly what Ravinar of “MediaCrooks” Sandeepweb of “Rediscovery of India” and others are warning us.Now with your simple, straight forward, brilliant analysis we have yet another voice in this quest to ” build counter narratives”, as you have very rightly put. And I too believe this is “the only way to change this system.”

    In a way Dilli Sultanate is like the ” Establishment ” in Pakistan. And this Sultanate now feels threatened by this “Outsider” . And hence this desperation and it shows in their irrational criticisms. As Ravinar says the ‘hunting season’ has just begun!
    With best wishes,
    Inceptor.

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