I was reading Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thieve just to jog through my memories and see how beautifully it was written, I am sure many know about it. By chance my sight fell upon the nearby Hanuman Chalisa (Hindu God) and a thought suddenly appeared. ‘I know more about Zeus and Poseidon than Vishnu … More The Supreme
Once, there was a man who couldn’t reason with his life, he just didn’t know how much his life should be worth of. Was his life as precious as the other’s, or was it just a waste? So he went to Lord Buddha and asked him how much would his life cost? Lord Buddha just … More Worth of life?
I am now out of fresh ideas on what to write. Those who read my blog tell me to write more, but you know how it is sometimes…you just don’t know what to write. So after a lot of thinking, I decided to write what I learned from college. These are the following things I … More Things I learned from College
A wise man is someone who understands and has the ability to act accordingly using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense, and insight. My grandfather was one such person. There are people who don’t become famous even by doing good deeds, but they are respected and well known by the people who will always remember them. My … More My Grandfather (Nanaji) : A man of wisdom
First and foremost, a happy new year to all! May this year ahead be joyous for all and full of happy occasions. Now for the resolutions. Many people make one and decide to go with it till the year ends, but the truth is that most of them forget about it as the clock strikes … More A new year resolution for 2017!
Long ago when there was only compass for navigation and one’s own hunch from experience, a wealthy young man from a wealthy country had a dream to journey around the world; he didn’t want to explore, rather become famous. His ship, his crew, his wealth, his power…everything either contributed to his fame or was derived … More More Precious than Gold
There are hundreds of festival in India…some facts say, that the list of festivals could reach up to more than 2000 if taken on regional level. Half of the holidays we get are due to these festivals that we tend to celebrate with a lot of enthusiasm. One such festivals that gets the spotlight in … More Truth behind the ‘Festival of Light’
This blog goes to all my teachers who taught me since the start, not only to them but even to those who are still teaching me. I have studied at various places, Montessori school (Kolkata), Adarsh Vidyallay (Gurgaon), Spring field high school (Mumbai), Mayoor School (Noida) and I am currently in Sharda University (Greater Noida). … More Remembering the importance of Teacher’s day…
My greetings to all! At present I am doing B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture) and I am in second year. It has only been a few weeks since I started with my sophomore year and it is very hectic. Those who know about this course, know how much of a work load we have daily, according … More My life as an Architecture Student
A long time ago, there were four friends who decided to visit another town to look for a job. While their path was a straight one, they had to cross a forest land before they could reach the outskirts of their destination. These four friends were Brahman (Priest), Sunaar (Goldsmith), Darji (Tailor) and a Carpenter. … More Nani ki kahani (Grandma’s tale)