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Role of Ethics and Moral values in Competitive Business Ecology – Malay R. Patel, Ahmadabad

“Truth is absolute and it never damages a cause that is just.”-Mahatma Gandhi Absoluteness of Moral Laws If, we believe that we are living in a...

Born to the Enemy – Akshat Jain, Rajasthan

‘What is your problem with your parents? Why can’t you just be nice and listen to them?’ ‘They are upper caste and I hate them....

That Maneater of Sundarban- Prasenjit Gorai, Hyderabad

The weak afternoon sun, after traversing the whole sky could just somehow manage to disperse few slanting rays. Though they enveloped this vast maze...

Dispossession – Haimanti Dutta Ray, Kolkata

Had there been a parameter Whereby to scale the length and breadth Of a country, We’d have ascertained where our identities ended. Yet there are places – No Man’s...

Ethics: A way for the development of a Human Being – Hrishikesh Roy, West Bengal

The Renaissance in the Europe played a significant role in knowing the human being of the century. It is with the advent of the...

The Little Girl – Shilpi Chakravarty, Delhi

She was conceived, with happiness in mind, but her family did not, turnout to be so kind. Seeing her the first time, the happiness of her mother did sublime, And...

Blank Sheet of Paper, Sana Shah, Jammu & Kashmir

Being in the prime of my youth, not able to think and contemplate vividly, never was I to be blamed for this. All day...

A Study into Bengali Mangal Kavya: Poetry Written for the Welfare of Beings – Kousik Adhikari

David L. Curley in his immensely important book, Poetry and History: Bengali Mangal-Kavya and Social Change in Precolonial Bengal (2008) defined Mangal Kavya as...

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The Scavenger’s Song

An endless highway. A lone man, Ikbir Kaur, hesitantly walks along the dusty pavement aided by a mystical tinge of...

As a soothing sign

As a soothing signrivers flow unpollutedinto our hearts,we are locked,where are our friends,neighbours, relatives…they went to the world of...

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Submission Guidelines

Indian Ruminations (IR) is a digital content publishing platform...

The Scavenger’s Song

An endless highway. A lone man, Ikbir Kaur, hesitantly walks...