At the end of December 2022, a thought came to my mind. It had been 9 months post my return to India and yet I had not ventured on a solo trip. Yes, I had been on a few trips, however, people were befriended en route and the trip resultantly did not turn out solo in the truest of sense. Thus, I packed my bag, … Continue reading The oldest living fort in the world
As I walked into the train, the eyes of cultural folk met me by the seat. Each wearing a multicoloured turban and carrying a proudly rounded mustache on their face. Little did I realise the spiritual trip I was embarking upon. Pushkar (a city in India) has this magic. It has this enchantment where it can attract and absorb soulful people from across the globe. … Continue reading The soul of Pushkar
We live in a society that imbibes talent based culture but ignores the importance of motivation. The very ability to inspire someone to perform a task. The ability to empower the pursuit of a career. Something that requires immense strength and dedication. Rather, this is what I believed it to be before I cumulatively interacted with and lectured 500 postgraduate students. Isn’t it mesmerizing, to … Continue reading Be The Inspiration You Want To Be
Kanak Sarkar, a proclaimed professor with more than 20 years of teaching experience and a doctorate to his resume, wrote an eyebrow raising Facebook post. Continue reading A professor allegedly compared virginity with a sealed bottle
Chor minar or the tower of thieves, is a 13th-century minaret with 225 holes, located near Aurobindo Marg (near Chausath Khmba) in the Hauz Khas area, New Delhi. It was built and constructed under the rule of Alauddin Khilji of the Khilji dynasty and resembles combination of Parsi and Indian architectural style. Continue reading What is the history of Chor Minar?
It was not the first time that Veena’s privacy was violated. It had happened at coaching classes, sports practices and even shopping centers where… Continue reading The prying eyes