Felix Joy Kollasserry- *A Man With Many Distinctions*

Felix Joy Kollasserry is an Innovative leader who has completed his Ph. D in Total Quality Management System, a certified Master Black Belt in Six-Sigma. He is a strategy leader and entrepreneur at heart with 17 years of corporate experience in management roles in reputed American companies including GE, Bank Of America & Ernst & […]


The Great Sikh General Hari Singh NalwaM/ ‘Rajan ke Raj Hari Singh sartaj jaye, payao beech kaar khoob kini talwar ko, Singh aswari qatlaam kini bhari, judh maha bhaikari, vaas liyo baikunth ko’. (If one were to crown a true King of kings, the honour would go undoubtedly to Hari Singh Nalwa. His talent in […]

THE GREAT INDIAN DIASPORA – The world is our home

NRI’s, PIO’s & OCI’s – FACTS AND FIGURES We have now been in print for more than four years, striving to be a bridge between India and its diaspora spread all across the world.  While it did look easy in the beginning, it has over time dawned on us how tough that task we have […]


The United States of America’s ‘Uncle Sam’ with is top hat adorned with stars and stripes is rather famous across the globe.  But little is known of India’s own Uncle Sam, who came from a Parsi family and was once the most powerful man in our country.  Popularly known as Sam Bahadur, he had made […]

The Last Hindu Emperor of Delhi

Google the above title text and all you will find is “Prithvi Raj Chauhan.” While Prithvi Raj Chauhan was a brave fighter indeed and a noble emperor of Ajmer and Delhi, who ruled from 1169 CE to 1192 CE and the tales of his bravery are common folklore among Indian families, very few historians and […]

A Revolution in Mosque Architecture

Who was Tilangani? Gannama Nayaka, aka Yugandhar, the commander of Warangal was converted to Islam in 1323 by Muhammad bin Tughlaq (then Shehzada Jauna Khan) and made governor of Multan after the defeat of King Prataparudra of Kakatiya Dynasty. He was given the name “Malik Maqbul”, and soon became Masnad-i-Aali Ulugh Qutlugh Azam-i-Humayun Khan-i-Jahan Maqbul […]


Did you know that 1/3rd of all major Indian rivers combine to form the mystic mighty Ganga ? Rivers like the Yamuna, the Chambal, the Betwa, the Gomti, the Ghaghara, the Son and the Gandak fall in with the Ganges and strengthen this most holy of all waters. 2,525 Kilometers long, Ganga is the longest […]


The “Rashtrapati Bhawan” has several secrets hidden under its facade, with some amazing facts tending to surface to surprise you. Right from its regal metal gates to the opulent residence cum office of the President of India, it has quite a few magical stories buried in it. For example, in the middle of the road […]


After Muhammad bin Sam (aka Muhammad Ghori, or Muhammad of Ghor) tricked Prithvi Raj Chauhan to death, the Sultanate Dynasty of Delhi ruled a major part of what India is today, and it’s first emperor Qutb-ud-Din Aibak had the penchant for dreaming big. Credit goes to him for constructing the first ever imperial mosque built […]