On 24th March,2013 I travelled with my family to Chennai to meet our relatives. Southern part of India is known for its rich architectural heritage, with prominent ones being the temples which are epitomes of India’s glorious past. We planned to visit some of them. We visited the Meenakshi temple of Madurai. Madurai is the … Continue reading A trip down south
There are several kinds of people about us-some who, are forever planning and so paralysed by their thought process that they just can’t act. And then, there are people who just jump headlong on hope that their fondest hopes, dreams and plans would be lined up like Paolo Coelho said “And, when you want something, … Continue reading Don’t Count Your Chicken Before they Hatch
“ Until lions learn to speak, history would always be written by hunters!’ This quote aptly describes the state of a humanities student who now wants to break this monotony and prove his mettle. People are unable to discover the beauty of such a dynamic subject that deals with a lot of debatable matter and … Continue reading Why Humanities?
“Hope is not a dream, but a way of making dreams become reality.” Isn't it interesting to note that hopes and dreams are way different yet alone without the other? As children, we were always told to have an aim in our lives- hopes and dreams… We were told to dream, to aspire, to achieve … Continue reading My dreams and my hopes
Amidst those bloodfed battlefield, lay the combatants who cluttered, with no life they'd said a lot, lifeless they were, yet they stuttered. they'd marched all the way, through the harrowing valleys to the streets that led to peace of ray, questions all the while… was war worth it anyway? That day the sun didn't shine, … Continue reading Battlefield
The soldiers marching all along, like the tide, to make the combatant clutter, the brave-hearts of the country whose families were to shatter. Through the muddy terrains, to the harrowing valleys, they kept on marching chanting the song of bravery, one of him remembering his fiancé whom he is to marry. The night seemed endless … Continue reading The Soldier’s Boot
The ambiguous Mr.Schrödinger, who claimed the poor kitty to be living dead! created a chaos in the Vienna valleys, only if he had not used the oxy ‘moron’ only if he hadn't dared! Then went the cat, to be found missing, the deafening silence down the road, with its absent presence. Mr. Schrödinger being a … Continue reading !Oxy ‘Moron’!
“If death strikes before i prove my blood, I swear, I’ll kill death” These lines aptly glorify the bravery and the valour of a soldier. These unsung heroes have glorified our pages of history, not as individuals but as a country that has won or lost wars. They give up the pleasures of their home, … Continue reading Salute to the Indian Army
The word ‘I’ is very odious but the word ‘We’ has power, brings a sense of warmth and fills you with togetherness… ‘I’ makes you selfish, self obsessed but ‘We’ makes you generous and giving. When you need help, ‘We’ seems comforting and being by your side but ‘I’ looks only for me. ‘We’ is … Continue reading I and We
It should be emphasised that the parents behaviour or attitude towards the child other than one of kindness and consideration should also be of understanding too. Some parents make their child a channel for the realisation of their ambition and desire. They tend to bask more in the success and glory of their child than … Continue reading Increasing Competition and pressure on children