Gajanan Khergamker, Eurasia Review

Gajanan Khergamker

Eurasia Review

Mumbai, MH, India

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Past articles by Gajanan:

Art Provides Healing Balm, Soothes The Hurt – OpEd

Probably the most peaceful yet powerful influence of Street Art can be gauged by Japanese garden designer Itaru Sasaki who initiated the Wind Phone project in 2010 to help cope with his cousin&#821… → Read More

A Film Industry Splashed On Public Walls In Mumbai – OpEd

The walls adjoining the streets of Mumbai’s Western suburb Bandra are strewn with art works depicting old Hindi films, graffiti and the works, converting the zone into a virtual art-lovers pa… → Read More

Free Art Elbows Compulsions Of Commerce – OpEd

In London’s multicultural Brixton, a sizeable chunk of the 30-foot-tall Michelle Obama mural remains painted over as Dorrell Place becomes the place for graffiti artists/taggers/scrawlers to showca… → Read More

Street Art Opponents Say Stay Legal, Display In Private – OpEd

Generally, Street Art is quickly dismissed as ‘vandalism’ and an illegal activity when ‘not in private galleries’ or ‘sponsored by non-profits’. Those opposing Street Art keep insisting… → Read More

Calling Macron’s Bluff, Through Art – OpEd

Like the time when French President Emmanuel Macron was elected, he made loud proclamations that there would be no more homeless people but, as usual, it was far from being true. “It was even… → Read More

Street Art Must Be Bold, Inspiring Or Make Waves – OpEd

Street Art has origins from a time we are yet to fathom and, in time, discover. Limited as we are by man-made language, nomenclature, and terminology besides the means so simplistic and apparent li… → Read More

Law, Awareness Must Address Inherent Risks Of ‘Natural’ Foods – OpEd

When Western Russia Sarov’s Saint Seraphim, one of the most renowned Russian saints and venerated in the Eastern Orthodox Church also generally considered ‘the greatest of the 18th-century startsy’… → Read More

Mere Legislation, Awareness Won’t Help Widows’ Cause – OpEd

There is a general perception when it comes to the plight of widows. Bereft of their husbands, an Indian widow is perceived as losing her ‘unique’ social status too. And, in this regard, there have… → Read More

Medical Ethics Is Casualty In The COVID Pandemic – OpEd

The issue with ethics is that it is, by far, perceived as possessing an element of persuasion that is enforced by fear of social disassociation as opposed to law which is, in most quarters, mandate… → Read More

Failing The Spirit Of Law On Affirmative Action – OpEd –

The issue of caste throws open the floodgates of intellectualised criticism across India. Posturing depends, as always, on positions taken by birth, gender, or profession and in the order affected. Liberty is assured to those who reach out for it. Modelled on tenets that work along the lines of first-come-first-served, justice being available to those who make a bid for it, and more, the… → Read More

Laws To Claim The Right To Be Forgotten Must Be In Place – OpEd

That a law is expected to be in sync with the need of the hour is a given. That it must and ultimately as a rule, catch up with the need is an integral part of the very nature of jurisprudence. Tha… → Read More

‘Nationalism’ For Most, For Others ‘Hate’, Unifies Indians – OpEd

Nationalism, as a concept, is subjective in form and substance. Never before in the history of free India has the concept of ‘Nationalism’ been of more relevance than today when faction… → Read More

Self-Styled Custodian Of Freedom And Liberty Needs To Look Within – OpEd

French media watchdog Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) aka Reporters Without Borders recently named India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a ‘predator of press freedom’, in a flagrant display… → Read More

Solutions To Human Rights Violations, 
Displace Nearly A Fifth Of Venezuelans – OpEd

Second, only to Syria, in terms of external displacements, Venezuela has been hit hard. Since 2015, of its population of 30 million, almost a fifth – more than 5.6 million – have left t… → Read More

The Star-Spangled Banner Must Dump Legacy Of Hate – OpEd

“My purpose and my mission is bigger than sports,”​ said hammer thrower and activist Gwen Berry in retort to the backlash following her turning her back to the American flag as the nati… → Read More

India: Of Freedoms, Exceptions And Propaganda – OpEd

It is in the seemingly, innocuous employment of propaganda, disguised with practiced deft as the exercise of a Fundamental Right camouflaged as ‘freedom’ that lie the bane of existence of the very … → Read More

Peaceful Bhumi Pujan May Just Be Lull Before Storm

“Today, I sold more than Rs 2,500 worth flowers,” says an exhilarated Vishnu Shinde, “much more than I sold in the last whole week.” Shinde, who had → Read More

India’s LGBTQi Community Needs ‘Personal’ Laws – OpEd

So, joining the Parkfield Community School at Birmingham in United Kingdom are four more schools putting an end to lessons on ‘Diversity and LGBT issues’, following complaints by parent… → Read More

Develop But At An Affordable Cost – OpEd

That for India to grow, development is imperative isn’t being contested. However, for any developing country, the growth has to be in sync with integral variables that, simply, cannot be compromise… → Read More

Sabarimala, Secularism And Sensationalism – OpEd

The Sabarimala imbroglio in India has been a populist bone of contention for political parties that have aligned despite differences for fear of upsetting a sizeable religious faction. The issues h… → Read More