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Category: Psychology

Etymology

The Colonial Origins Of Sexuality In Sanskrit, the word ‘Rand’ means a person incapable of producing children. The feminine gender of the word is ‘Randa‘, which means Infertile. Over time, […]

Managing Mental Health In Megapolis

There is a common belief that the fast urban life in a big city tends to get one depressed. However, a recent scientific study claims otherwise. As per the study, […]

Isolated & Lonely

Britain, Australia, Canada, Japan and some other countries have shown the true spirit of Democracy during the time of Pandemic, as they have activated the Ministry of Loneliness in order […]

Going Against Patriarchy?

There is no end to the controversy over marriage, be it Polyandry or Polygyny. While some Psychologists believe that the culture of having more than one spouse is quite normal […]

‘Robinson’ Revisited!

A father had fled to the jungle with his two children in order to save their lives during the Vietnam War in 1972. Since then, Ho Van Lang has not […]

Politics Of Life…

Human beings have learnt about the term Pandemic mainly from novels and movies. One can mention Albert Camus’ The Plague (1947) or Love in the Time of Cholera (1985) by […]

Seldom Considered As Violence!

After the Nirbhaya incident in New Delhi, it became painfully clear that many Indian men do not consider rape as a heinous offence, with the incident being the 2012 Delhi […]

A Different Mindset?

Bengalis as a community, especially the ones living in the eastern Indian Province of West Bengal, are quite tolerant in nature. History has witnessed that Bengalis do not change their […]

Thanatophobia…

“Maman died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don’t know.” – Albert Camus (L’Étranger or The Stranger or The Outsider; 1942) It is not known how many people had perished in […]