Serial Posts in this Blog

I have written some posts in series. Since they are not necessarily written consecutively, I thought it would be a good idea to list them at one place. So, here we go…

The Maithils (A description of Maithil Culture and Society as I have seen it)

Border area Economics (Some peculiarities of the economic life of a small Indian town on Nepal Border)

Small Things (Some casual incidents that have caused me to develop habits which will last life-long)

India and China (An attempt to understand the two nations)

Chapters from Mythology (Some stories of Indian Mythology)

My start-up journey (These posts would describe my days of doing a start-up)

8 thoughts on “Serial Posts in this Blog

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  2. Hi Jaya,
    Would you permit me to mention your blog’s link in my blog. This is because I find your blog full of useful things and I wish the readers of my blog may have access to them as well.
    Now one question, have you ever tried to know the reason behind non-veg eating habbits of Mathil Brahmins? My non-Maithil-Brahmin friends keep me asking this and I also have found some answers but not sure if this is true. I thought you might have answer to this.

    Rgds,
    Vinay.

    • hi! I am savita jha khan and occaisionally going thru this blog,encountered this question.Basically, the non-veg eating habit of this particular set of brahmins has everything to do with the dominant ecology of the region(the water bodies) as well as the fact after turkish conquest the kind of distinction we find in onion-garlic prohibition is galvanised after a close administrative, social and cultural contact with Bengal and its brahminfolk.

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  4. When I was young I had read Maila Anchal and Parati Parikatha. In one of the two novels there was a character. NRIs were unknown then. But this character was an NRI. He lived partly in Patna and partly in his village. This character used to bring fancy things when he visited his village. Can you tell me in which novel did this character performed his NRI role?

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