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Anon 01/31/2023 (Tue) 16:32:51 ID:4c93d4 No. 1570 [Reply]
लोग पोलिटिकल करेक्टनेस, या मेरी आधुनिक प्राकृत भाषा में "राजनैतिक यथार्थता" के कारण अक्सर कहते है की "follow your dreams" "passion के पीछे भागो।" अपनी इच्छा के अनुसार अपने जीवन की राह पकड़ो। और इसके साथ ही आपके इच्छाओं के विरुद्ध जाने वाली परिस्थितियों/व्यक्तिओं /संस्थाओं की निंदा करते है। परन्तु, कहूंगा कहित असास के विपरीत का कर देंखे। क्या पता आपको कोई नया पैशन मिल जाए।
>>1570 जिंदगी की वाट लगी हुई है। अब तो सिर्फ बुढ़ापे में पेंशन वाली नौकरी पाना ही मेरी पैशन है।
>>1570 मेरा passion तो आपकी माँ को चोदना है। एकदम टपाक टपाक

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Why has Indian intellectualism degraded so much? Anon 01/28/2023 (Sat) 21:02:20 ID:691c16 No. 1551 [Reply]
Our pre and early post-independence aspirations were inherently tied educated discussions of politics. Our films, art, theater were riddled with such ideas. The name for IPTA (Indian People's Theater Association), was literally suggested by Homi Bhabha (yes, the nuclear scientist), who was in turn inspired by French philosopher Romain Rolland. Can you imagine an Indian stem-bhangi being so profoundly literate today? We were not only inspired by socialism, Marxism etc, but also our own cultural history. Bongs , Punjabis knew their shit. Even poets like Nagarjun from Bimaru states knew their language, it's socio-cultural ramifications and its present state. How did this all change so suddenly? Was it due to the end of Soviet-support due to USSR's dissolution? Was it due to Liberalization and loads of Westoid inspired shit, pornography, songs and "wannabes" that came in? Present-day intellectuals are blind towards reality. They don't know anything other than bookish contents that they've branded enough in their brains. Tell me /sa/, what went wrong?
>>1551 i think this would fit in >>>/pol/ rather than /sa/
>>1551 That's the case everywhere. Honestly compare academics from both sides of the aisle of today to those of 50 years ago.
>>1551 > How did this all change so suddenly? It didn't. It was done systematically generation by generation, by rewarding loyalty to politics over capability.
>>1551 One word. Reservations

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should we have daily poem-of-the-day threads? Anon 01/27/2023 (Fri) 15:07:41 ID:2e9086 No. 1545 [Reply]
Should we have daily poem of the day threads? If yes, should the poems be in Hindi or English, or both? at the end, should we do a poll of best poets that were featured in PoTD?
Shayri would be better.
>>1546 yeah I mean poem/shayari in Hindi/Urdu whatever
>>1547 दोहे भी
Regional Languages + hindi

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Anon 01/31/2023 (Tue) 00:16:56 ID:1d77ba No. 1564 [Reply]
so did anybody figure what the nihali languge is yet ? apparently it's a unique anguage isolate that's ony spoken by 1 adivasi tribe betweet maharashtra and MP. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihali_language
>>1564 Ask on r/linguistics I guess
Interesting. Heard for the first time. Are there any more languages that are isolated in other part of India. Considering, the large no. of adivasis, there might be or have been.

Anon 01/30/2023 (Mon) 21:40:47 ID:1f73ff No. 1562 [Reply]
Aaj ye start karunga.

WWOYM - Write What's On Your Mind Anon 09/13/2022 (Tue) 02:08:55 ID:e38159 No. 385 [Reply] [Last]
Trying to revive this stillborn board lmao Feel free to blog post as well, I think this is the best board for this thread
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>>1554 Nahi ho payega. Totally not possible. Our community could have thrived on /lit/ but those bastards have IP banned every single Indian...
>>1555 it's so easy to bypass 4cuck bans. >>1554 true, 8ch is the best option right now, I don't think any other boards have significant indian presence
>>1556 > it's so easy to bypass 4cuck bans How? Pls tell
>>1557 how about you grow a braincell and start figuring things out by yourself? Fucking nufag
>>1558 have tried basically everything from paid to free VPN, Tor browsers too, nothing works.

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murakami thread Anon 01/28/2023 (Sat) 03:28:40 ID:02ab6f No. 1548 [Reply]
drop down some of the best books by murakami.
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"69" & "1Q84". and a short story, "Sleep".

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Thus spoke zarathustra Philosophycel 08/20/2022 (Sat) 03:38:19 ID:8b14a1 No. 45 [Reply]
I tell you: one must still have chaos in one, to give birth to a dancing star. I tell you: ye have still chaos in you.
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>>99 >We do stuff and then think later.
>>45 It's been years since I read ATSZ and the only tangible takeaway that still sticks around was becoming an egocentric faggot and that women are untrustworthy or something to that effect
>>99 Holy based.
>>103 Did you literally only read ASTZ by Nietzsche...?

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/हिं/ - पहला संस्करण Anon 08/19/2022 (Fri) 20:16:30 ID:f78293 No. 16 [Reply] [Last]
किसी भी हिंदी साहित्य-सम्बंधित सामान्य चर्चा का यहाँ स्वागत है। इस संस्करण का मुख्य विषय है ऐसी उत्कृष्ट पुस्तकें, जो इस बोर्ड के हर नौसिखिये को पढ़नी चाहिए। मुद्दा यही है कि हम अपनी ख़ुद की हिंदी साहित्य की ऐसी सूची (लिस्ट) बनाए जो हर किसी को पढ़नी चाहिए। कृपया सिर्फ देवनागरी (या अगर सख्त़ ज़रूरत हो, तो नस्तालिक़) लिपि का प्रयोग करें। गूगल इनपुट टूल्स अन्य भारतीय भाषाओं के लिए: https://rajbhasha.net/drupal514/google+input+offline+Microsoft+hindi+installer रेखता, एक डिजिटल पुस्तक संग्रह हिन्दुस्तानी शेर व शायरी के लिए: https://www.rekhta.org/ कृपया अपने ग़ैर-ज़रूरी राजनैतिक विचार यहाँ न लायें, सिवाय राजनैतिक साहित्य।
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>>1511 Yeah so I asked from my parents. They said that most likely it was Khariboli only with some Meeruthiya influence. As of my father, he said that his ancestors came to UP from Rajasthan around 1860s.
>>1530 Another thing I forgot to mention was that my grandfather, his father and so on; as well as my grandpa's father, knew Urdu (though not in a native manner, they learnt it from school).
>>1531 >>1530 Yeah, thats the khari-boli belt mate. Ganga Zamuna Tehzeeb :)
>>1535 So what literature to study now? Something with Khariboli and Meerut influence.
>>1538 Get any Hindi/urdu writer man. Haider Ali Aatish, Muktibodh or Vinod Kumar Shukla. Mir Taqi Mir or Jaun Auliya..

Anon 01/15/2023 (Sun) 16:24:46 ID:c7da63 No. 1442 [Reply]
Wait before you reply. This is not a thread to shit on Bhangalis or Bimarus, its a thread about picrel, how the fuck did this bitch even had the audacity to write this shit? And what has she even written in there, I don't want to subject myself to torture by reading the shit that she has shat.
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>>1446 It's on libgen. And thanks to janny for shifting this to /sa/
>>1448 Libgen isn't working, provide link yaar
>>1442 Niigger chutiye. Its a critique of colonial historiography. Its not agreeing. Brainlet.
>>1447 >I asked Dont backtrack bc, 'how did she have this audacity" is not asking?

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