Friday, March 15, 2013

arvind kumar massacres loomba et al re wharton fiasco

http://www.thedp.com/article/2013/03/your-voice-attacks-on-hindus-play-out-in-the-theater-of-the-absurd

loomba reminds me of lumumba, of patrice lumumba fame. and speaking of names, what does 'ania' mean? 'anya' is 'stranger'; so is this woman doing truth in advertising by admitting she is strange a priori?

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1 comments:

Jatin said...

"Anya" means "others" or "rest of" in Hindi and Gujarati.

Also, there is a mention of being "political and hindu" in the article linked. It's a risky proposition in India, as rightly highlighted in the article. In the same vein, this reminds me of being "spiritual and hindu" in India - in connection with your post on S S Ravishankar. Now, *that* should not be a risky proposition for spiritual gurus who are hindus.