Anonymousinterrupters ! The name it is 🙂 ! Let my anonymity does not scare you ! Haven’t you noticed hundreds walking calmly on your streets or the countless black shadowed faces inside a theatre ? Millions travelling in over crowded indian trains ?
Consider me there. Count me one.
As Anamik Nagrik once said, “There are greatest advantages in complete anonymity. You don’t know my age, gender, caste, colour, to which city I belong, in what societies I dwell, ranging from my likes & dislikes to my views, let it be personal, professional or political.” People in India tend to judge others by all these means and the idea behind one’s thoughts are lost. The meaningful talks are subdued by the temperamental and not-so-important-not-so-fair comments. We all understand it, isn’t it ? But do we accept it ? Well ! That’s a question, to our insides indeed.
The only idea behind, is to post your insights in an unbiased manner in the language I am proficient in. I believe, the more anonymity there is, the healthier the situation gets. Once we get to know each other, we start passing judgments and the never-ending-story begins. Its the person’s voice which needs to be heard, essence of one’s ideology needs to be captured and not his religion or anything, for that matter.
P.S.: Anamik Nagrik, I believe is an anonymous volunteer, who works for The Ugly Indian and I got to know him from one of the amazing TEDx videos, shot at TEDx Bangalore.
#Inspiredbyhim #anonymousinterrupters 🙂