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Rajesh Srivastava

Data Analyst. Traveler. Pink Floyd Fan Forever.

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Rajesh Srivastava posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 22 2016

socialism is the only way

Socialism alone can never eliminate poverty rather it breeds poverty.The simple reason being communism theoretically has been designed to work in ideal conditions.But in reality ideal conditions never exist in real life.Marx talked about a new socialist man with a new thought who will be dedicated to the eradication of inequality in a society. This looks good theoretically but do you think the basic nature of human beings can be changed??Do you think a person can change overnight and become a totally different human being the day he becomes a communist and forget all his experience and prejudices??There are certain inherent qualities in human beings like pride,greed,jealousy etc which remain with him irrespective of the fact whether he is a communist or not.


Would like to know your thoughts Vishwajeet Kumar

Socialism alone can never eliminate poverty rather it breeds poverty.The simple reason being communism theoretically has been designed to work in ideal conditions.But in reality ideal conditions never exist in real life.Marx talked about a new socialist man with a new thought who will be dedicated t
Rajesh Srivastava posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 20 2016

Pressure of educational loans vs grind of experiential learning

Its a modern form of slavery.


Farmers in India used to take land on lease and then spent their lives just paying the lease and barely making anything for themselves for the yield produced.

Same is the case of education in India.

Rajesh Srivastava posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 20 2016

Islamophobia is present in our daily life, in our daily routine. How can we get rid of it?

Islamophobia should ideally not be present in India, and it is actually constrained to a very small section. Indian muslims are different from Muslims all over the world, they are tolerant and open to ideas. But in the open and connected world like ours any school of thought can not remain confined to a geographical entity and hence this islamophobia has been borrowed from the west
Islamophobia should ideally not be present in India, and it is actually constrained to a very small section. Indian muslims are different from Muslims all over the world, they are tolerant and open to ideas. But in the open and connected world like ours any school of thought can not remain confined
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 20 2016

What is a general state of Chinese economy

Akshat Rao had posted

For the part about the loans not being met with sufficient repayment, those aren't simply rumours. China's economy has been affected by the rising Credit-to-GDP gap, defi


Rajesh Srivastava Data Analyst. Traveler. Pink Floyd Fan Foreve

and to think that usually one hears only about how the Chinese economy is one of the best in the world and how it is becoming so prosperous. Like if they could no wrong. At least what one hears in general.

Rajesh Srivastava posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 13 2016

Has there ever been a civilization that evolved without a religion?

Pretty sure East Asia civilizations never had religion over monarchy, so none of this Pope telling you what to do. East Asia countries were never followers of any religion that's overbearing and controlling people's lives.
Rajesh Srivastava started a new discussionOct, 12 2016

Why are upcoming Indian music bands not adapting folk music? It will be refreshing if one can do a proper fusion with it

Indian music scene is depressing right now. There are a few bands doing exceptionally well but not many.

India has its original folk genre and that too different for different states. We have seen what coke studio has done to Sufi music.

We have seen what Raghu Dixit and Agam has done to carnatic music. Why don't we see bands repeating this success. Lavani, Gangasangeet, Bihu, Rabindra sangeet are yet to be explored and given to people in the format they will love.

Music lovers here, what do you guys think?

Indian music scene is depressing right now. There are a few bands doing exceptionally well but not many.India has its original folk genre and that too different for different states. We have seen what coke studio has done to Sufi music. We have seen what Raghu Dixit and Agam has done to carnatic mus
Rajesh Srivastava agreed with an opinion onOct, 10 2016

De-Criminalisation of Section 377: Why is law driven by religion?

PK had posted

Then is there any job these people can take up instead of begging.. and i would actually love to come up with something people need on daily basis.. n we can generate usi



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