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Veganism: An upcoming business: Does it make sense?

 In my country, the food habits of the people can be divided into 3 major categories: 1.       Vegetarian : Eat plant and milk products (No egg, fish, meat). 2.       Non-Vegetarian : Don’t let the name deceive you, these guys eat everything like egg, fish, meat, plant, and milk products. 3.       Eggetarian : This is not really a word in any dictionary, but this is what we call these people who eat primarily vegetarian food and occasionally eat eggs. These days there is the rise of a new food habit called “ Veganism ” in India, which basically advises to rely only on plant-based foods and don’t eat any animal products, not even milk? The meaning of “Veganism” could be different in a global view, but this is what it means in India. You must have heard the phrase “catch them young”? This was used by information technology companies in India, which meant start training school-going children on IT so that when they grow up they are ready for the industry. Similarly, those who want

Learning Stock Market Trading on YouTube

Just try to search something about stock trading in Youtube and you’ll be bombarded with enormous number of videos teaching you how to make profits in the stock market. These days COVID19 is at its peak probably, people are suffering, Governments are trying their best to educate people and restore normalcy. However most importantly there is a fear of job loss in every working person’s mind almost. Some jobs have definitely been lost but new opportunities are also opening up, and it’ll certainly take more time for a complete normalcy to return. Probably this is why people are looking for a second income and hence exploring stock trading as an option. I have seen many people who were never interested in stock markets before COVID19, are now learning the same. There are thousands of videos in Youtube teaching stock market trading to common people. Some people have started stock trading during COVID19, maybe because they were really interested in it and the lockdown gave them a chance to e

The Beauty of The Indian Languages

Singing is one of my favorite pass times. I have accounts in the karaoke platforms like Starmaker & Smule where I sing on various Indian tracks whenever time permits. Once, I decided to sing a popular Telugu song originally sung by Late Shri SPB Sir and I don’t know Telugu. The lyric of the song was written in only English and Telugu. I can’t read Telugu and it’s very difficult to read/write proper Indian pronunciation in English. If the lyric has “ADE” written it and you don’t know the language, then it’s tough to decide whether to pronounce it “AADEY” or “AID” or something else. So finally I had to listen to the song, a tiny portion at a time and write it down in my own mother tongue i.e. Odia (Language of Odisha) with respect to its actual pronunciation. If you know any Indian language well, then you can figure out that almost any kind of sound can be written using them. This is how I managed to sing a song in a language that I don’t know, with kind of ok pronunciation. Now, t