Monday, November 12, 2007

Sensex and Savitri Era

[Man who coined Sensex was just being lazy 8 Nov, 2007, Maulik Pathak was for reasons of clear simplicity that he abbreviated the word that went on to become a sensation. “I had to type two words for writing sensitive index. So for ease, I christened it Sensex for my columns in 1989,” says Deepak Mohoni whose columns used to appear in publications... “The Bombay Stock Exchange, in fact, started using it in their publications much later, after 1995 or 1996,” he said.]
from Tusar N. Mohapatra 11 Nov 2007 18:05
Why do you think it is controversial? It is just some one's opinion, and he might not be well versed in the writings of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo. Let him think things afresh. In a way, we have given him the right stimulation/provocation to think more deeply instead of making superficial comments. In fact, I have already called it the Savitri Era Religion and have posted a number of justifications for the same. There is resistance, but over a period of time people will get attuned to the name. Let us make people participate in an open discussion and what is right will prevail. Thank you, Tusar

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