Resonance dus au Cannabis – The Holi Effect!

I can hear sounds. In fact I can differentiate between sounds. For example, the click sound for small i on the key board is different than the sound of capital I typed on the keyboard. One sound I heard from just below the ear hole and the other sound echoed from somewhere inside the ear canal. …

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Kaale Kauva Fest – Makar Sankranti In the Hills of Kumaon

If we actually understand the logic behind our traditional practices and celebration, we realise how man and nature were intertwined to each other. An informative piece on celebration of Sankranti in the beautiful hills of Kumaon - a celebration of the migratory birds! <iframe src="" style="height: 513px; width: 365px;" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen>


Digitally Lone

The world is connected like never before and yet we are more lonely than ever... Voices all across just construe to noise. We live all alone.


Why I can’t find my way around and often lack a sense of direction (literally)?

Yes, the title completely defines me as a person when it comes to finding my way around while driving or sometimes even walking. It is like someone in my head tells me I can’t find the way myself and so it is better that I depend on the glorified half who subjectively can’t find his …

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The WHY DO I WRITE syndrome

WHY DO I WRITE? This seems like a simple question posed to us writers and of course a usual answer is the cliche' of undying love for writing OR inspired by reading etc. But this is a question more often than not full-time writers ask themselves. Every time there is a rejection, a compromise, monetary …

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Savour the Flavour of Kumaon

No, this is not a write-up about food! This is about Kumaoni – a musical language from the hills of Uttarakhand. A language that is slowly losing its identity due to migration of locals and very less written content available (even though the language is based on the Devanagari script). Folk tales in Kumaoni are …

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