There's this look I get from my friends- a straight face, looking dead straight into my eyes, not a hint of happiness or sadness in this gesture but certainly some pinches of anger- there are only two occasions when I see this reaction- when I tell them I don't like pizza and when I tell… Continue reading Why Do You HATE History?
There are a few journeys which although have a starting point but don't really have an endpoint. They take you where you want to go but they prevent you from reaching your destination. The journey I'm talking about here is a journey that I started roughly two years ago at the New Delhi Gavel Club… Continue reading Two Years at the New Delhi Gavel Club
The constitution of India was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950 and India became the Republic of India. And today, on 26 January 1950, we celebrate India's 69th Republic Day. Today morning while I was watching the Republic Day parade held at… Continue reading Are We Really Proud To Be Indian?
When I was a very little kid, perhaps 4 or 5 years old, I used to love painting and I remember I had made a very beautiful scenery, which was way beyond my years. I remember I used to work on that painting every now and then to try and make it better or maybe… Continue reading What Is Perfection?
Just One Day is not a novel it is more like an experience. The author, Gayle Forman, best known for her novel If I Stay, makes it a point to take us to various places in Europe but when she thinks it's enough of Europe gets us back in the United States and once even to… Continue reading Just One Day | Gayle Forman | Book Review
My school, Ryan International School, each year organises a cultural exchange program wherein students from various parts of this world come to India and stay for a few days with Indian students. This time we had students from Lithuania joining us here to know about the Indian culture, people, heritage and some other stuff and… Continue reading My Experience: Hosting Lithuanians
Rating: 2.5 / 5 Durjoy Datta's eighth solo novel, The Boy Who Loved, part one of the two-part series, is a dark love story which makes you feel concerned about the protagonist, Raghu, but at the same time, it is not convincing enough to make you empathise for him. Let us dive into a detailed… Continue reading The Boy Who Loved | Durjoy Datta | Book Review
This was the fourth time I was participating in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (ADHM) and I must say that my experience has always bettered over the years. Maybe it is because I don't remember very well what happened the previous year but every year is amazing. Let me get into the details and take you… Continue reading My Experience: Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2017
Angie Thomas' debut novel The Hate U Give showcases the heartbreaking reality of the kind of society we are living in. Where we are the ones who spread hatred and we are the ones who suffer. But let us evaluate this book as a piece of fiction. Story [No Spoilers] The story is about a… Continue reading The Hate U Give | Angie Thomas | Book Review
Very recently, I saw this quote by Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī better known as Rumi while surfing the internet which said, "What you seek, is seeking you" and I really loved it from that very moment. But honestly, I didn't even understand the meaning of it, just the idea- what you are looking for(seeking) that thing… Continue reading “What You Seek, Is Seeking You”