Understanding Mutual Funds
In the first part of a series, Sampath Iyer shares information about what a mutual fund is and how it can help your money grow.
‘Hobbies are the Real Stress-Busters'
Mahendra Sarup has been a regular contributor of articles for Dignity Dialogue. In this interaction, he tells us something about himself, likes and dislikes and family.
Get Rid of Toxicity
By clinging on to the past and to your likes and dislikes you make the fountain of joy turn dry, says Jeanette Saldanha.
You Can be a Writer Too!
Writing can be a great hobby or even a profession. Suresh Chandra shares a few tips about how you should go about being a good writer.
Those were the days when photography meant lugging around huge cameras with plates. now, it’s simply a matter of click and share. V Ramasubban goes down memory lane to recall his passion for photography.
Spiritual Laws that Govern our Lives
If we look at the manifest world, as far as our eyes go, thoughts go and science goes, we seem to be all alone on a small and insignificant planet, surrounded by vast spaces, immense celestial objects and frightening cosmic phenomena. We may perhaps never get a full picture of the universe, its multiple dimensions, what it consists of and how much intelligent life it actually holds, says Jayaram V.
The ‘Rural' Revolutionary
From being a super cop with the Haryana police force to a social reformer who has changed a neglected village into a role model, former Director General of Police (DGP) Ranjiv P Dalal’s life has been an enchanting one. Mrigank Bhowmick meets him in his village to find out more.
It's Too Sweet, Honey!
A study has revealed that almost all honey consumed in India is adulterated with sugar syrup.
Counting Sheep Before You Sleep
S H Subrahmanian writes about why seniors tend to have sleeping problems.
Beyond the Sand Dunes
Apart from the known tourist hotspots of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, Ajmer and Pushkar are gaining on the popularity charts too. N K Agarwal describes his visit to these two cities.
New research indicates that free, circulating Vitamin D level in the bloodstream may be a good predictor of future health and disease risk in ageing men.
The ‘Masala' King
At 98, Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, the face of MDH spices seen in television commercials, is now a role model for entrepreneurs. Here is his story.
Till Death Do Us Part!
Marriage is akin to walking a tightrope. Monica Fernandes dwells on this issue.
Cornelius and Claudia D’Souza recount their memorable trip to spain.
Eat Out, But with a Prayer!
Sumit Paul writes about how most restaurants serve enticing cuisines made out of stale food.
Cycle of Returns
So what is this ‘karma’ that everyone keeps referring to? Arvind Narvekar has his own take on it.
Champion of Grassroots Innovators
A mentor for unsung innovators, activist and independent thinker, Dr. Anil Gupta is a man with a mission. Aruna Raghuram meets him to know more.
Building Resilience in Trying Times
Now that the unlocking phase is underway, Jeanette Saldanha reflects on how we need to deal with the new normal.
How Good Is Your Faith?
Having weak faith is not a sin, but trying to weaken others is, says Jayaram V.
Is Your Bank Deposit Insured?
Every person must ensure to keep deposits in banks eligible for DICGC insurance cover and distribute deposits among different banks to guarantee that they all come within the maximum cover of ₹5 lakhs. Dr. Sampath Iyer elaborates on this issue.
“I Developed Writing as a Hobby”
In this interview, Suresh Chandra elaborates about what keeps him active and robust while he goes about engaged in the welfare of seniors.
‘My Novels are My Jewish voice'
Sahitya Akademi Award recipient Esther David (75) is often referred to as the ‘Indian Jewish author’. In this interview with Aruna Raghuram, she talks about her fascinating childhood, her brush with art, taking up writing and her love for cooking.
Using Face Masks
While face masks are strongly recommended to prevent the transmission of the corona virus from one person to another, how do you know which one is good for you? K R K Moorthy elaborates.
Fundamental Truths of Existence
Most of us go through life unmindful of how our existence is governed by the laws of the universe. In that respect, Jayaram V defines the elements that make us tick.
Educating The Rural Girl Child
IIMPACT, an NGO headquartered in Gurugram, seeks to provide education to girls who are out of school, reports Aruna Raghuram.
Alandi: A Place of Pilgrimage
A short distance away from the bustling, congested metro city Pune is the calm and soothing environ of Alandi – a place that holds a very important position in the religious and spiritual history of Maharashtra because of it being the chosen spot where Sant Dnyaneshwar undertook his ‘samadhi’, writes Huned Contractor.
Vertigo: The Balancing Act
Feeling dizzy all of a sudden? It could be a case of vertigo, often caused by an inner ear problem. The article highlights the causes and treatment of this problem.
Cholesterol: Good, Bad And Ugly
One of the most common triggers for cardiac ailments is the buildup of bad cholesterol in the body. The article provides details about various types of cholesterol and how to tackle it.
Hitting High Waves In Hawaii
Initially, Paul Dias thought Honolulu would be disappointing. But then he visited places that changed his mood.
A Day at a Museum
For Martin D’Costa, a chance visit to the museum of the Department of History and Ancient Indian Culture at the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University in Aurangabad opened the floodgates to a rich insight into India’s past history and culture.