Susan Visvanathan
My Stories
A monk in the world

Nobody is above the law of our country. Let the truth prevail and the guilty be punished.” said HH Jagadguru Shankaracharaya Shri Jayendra Saraswati Swamigal.

The fiasco called JNU

It would seem to the lay public, that a handful of students and teachers, are standing up against the RSS run administration.

Poor on a pyre, life goes on

When one thinks about it, the episodes of death by fire in small illegal establishments are too horrible to imagine.

The sacred & the profane

The integration of body, soul and mind is what is sought by pilgrims in  religious places.

Syncretic Religions & cults

One of the interesting dimensions of human coexistence is the fact that people have different ideologies and religious beliefs.

Return of the Jedi

The Congress with it’s pleasant face, over the decades, always assured roti, kapda and makaan.

Cancer is bad karma, eh?

Green movement activists are always puzzled, when wars are waged and gods are invoked simultaneously.

How Do We Empower?

Many of the questions that women raise about the safety at the work place is defined in parameters that are legally endorsed.

The decaying nilgiris

Tourists, particularly honeymooners, come to Coonoor from all parts of the country. The Sims Garden is laid out in such a way that it has all the appearances of miniaturisation.

An exemplary life

Swapna James is an award winning farmer from a village 20 km from Palakkad town.