The inscrutable millennium
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India, Dec. 29 -- The 1920s. For some it was roaring, for others, Jazzy. But in the true sense, was the decade if all that jazz. The decade when hemlines went up, reservations came down, Al Capone brought in the 'bootleg' word, Ford gave the world the first peep into mass production through his automobiles, radio became the medium to connect and such was the capitalist urbanisation and yen for good life that even Christ had to be refashioned into a modern businessman and masculine outdoorsman who likes women just to keep religion relevant!
That's the Westside story for you. So far so good. Back home, India was far from independent and Lord Macaulay was breaking up the much arrived Indian gurukul to propel an education system that would b...
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