Sunday, November 8, 2009


Two monks (without Ferraries) representing two separate religious ideologies are differentiated simply by color of their ensemble in this picture.A buddhist monk and a Hindu pandit.

Just imagine , if there is only one color, subject of racial discrimination would never turn heads in America,Martin Luther King had not been killed,MJ had never composed famous 'Black or White' track ,Barak Obama would have been just any other President of USA ( Without hype and hoopla of being first black American President),No more Color Blindness exams in company medical test and probably i would not be able to judge this Hindu and Buddhist monk simply because of varying chromatic properties of the fabric.( & my office buddy would never taunt me as kaadu jokingly).

This is of course a stupid correlation because we would rather miss a lot of hues which imbues the fundamental elements of nature.Like kaleidoscope of rainbow,Monica Belluci in Red Evening dress, Funky LCD TV ads emphasizing color granularity at atomic level,colorful Cadbury Gems,'Rose is red -sky is blue' rhyme,My favorite yellow half-pant,lush green Firozshah Kotla ground's coursely trimmed grass,pink hues running on gf's face at one blush....

Its the human mindset which needs correction.I wish God can read this blog and can take the onus to start production and export of 'Color Biasing' free craniums to planet Earth .

p.s:I took this picture near Dharamshala>Macleod Ganj.


  1. Amazing writeup buddy to represent the hues of the world. A good take on politics to religion with single stroke of brush !!
    Try to get it published somewhere

  2. the producer of "big bang theory" have another similar interesting take on this. They say "
    We as a race don't describe colors accurately. People are not black or white, but they are of many complex colors in between. The white people are, in fact, beige. The sickly ones are grey. there are really no black people. They are brown. Or perhaps raw umber. Or maybe burnt sienna. Frankly, every time I hear someone comment on America’s first black president, I can’t help thinking, No, he’s not. He’s more like caramel. Which is why I think we should all get in the habit of calling each other what we really are. How can you racially slur a man by calling him 'beigey' or 'umber?' The answer is you can’t. Because that’s exactly what he is. The melanin doesn’t lie. We are all members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People"

    And I tend to like there theory better than yours because its more colorful :)

  3. Well said. :)

    You should write more often, dude! :)