It’s was 8:51 PM when my friend Ankit texted me, “Are you going?” A few hours ago, we had made a plan and it was cancelled because he couldn’t go due to some family reasons. But hang on I said to myself after reading his message, why can’t I go alone? I have a week-off tomorrow and […]Read More Unplanned Trip to Haridwar
The moment I arrived in Rishikesh last week, I decided to leave the camp and go for the trek to meet new people, do some random stuff that I usually do whenever I travel… I left my camp alone because others traveling with me wanted to take rest after the full night drive. Earlier, I […]Read More Face Your Fears
Last week, I had the chance to visit the Nizamuddin Dargah — the holy shrine of one of the world’s most renowned Sufi saints Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia in New Delhi. Hundreds of devotees from all across the country come here to visit it daily. However, on Thursdays, there is an unusually higher rush, for the dargah is […]Read More People Love Listening Things About Themselves
Do we like people who have similar taste and thoughts or we prefer people who can provide a different view to our thoughts and yet complement us in some way? Do we end up with similar kind of people or do people with opposite thinking gel well together? Well according to physics, opposites attract each […]Read More Do Birds of A Feather Flock Together or Do Opposites Attract?
As I was strolling through the beautiful pillars of the Connaught Place Market in New Delhi, I saw an elderly man holding some pens in his hand and selling them to passers-by. Though his whole body was shivering under the blaze of cold wintry wind, but his determination to earn by selling pens for the […]Read More And that’s how they play with your emotions, isn’t it?
National Museum of India in New Delhi beholds many unique and antique scriptures from stone ages to modern ages. Lying in the Harappan gallery is this weathered skeleton from the Harappan Civilisation or Indus Valley Civilisation. This is one of the best-preserved burial of a woman from the pre-historic era. The woman, here, is wearing […]Read More Weathered Skeleton from Harrapan Civilisation
For long I loathed drinking, for long I hated people who drink, for long I thought good people never drink, however, I must admit, I was wrong. Though I still don’t love drinking and, in fact, will never drink as far as I have control over my senses, I don’t really hate people who drink […]Read More Understanding Drinking from a Teetotaller’s Mind
Mr. V aka Vihan that psychologist friend of mine who told me that every Human Being is more or less acting Fake in this world, this time around told me a captivating story about women. Mr. V has gained some weight lately, he looks rather short because of his paunch. Though he promises me that he […]Read More It’s not Men, in fact, it’s the Women who Control this World
Why do people these days think that they are doing all the cool stuff in this world? Is watching movies all day long really a cool stuff? Is drinking beer in a pub every weekend with our so-called friends a cool stuff? Is eating out regularly really makes someone that very cool that they can […]Read More What’s This Coolness All about?
Sitting outside the Delhi metro station was a child beggar disguised as Lord Hanuman. Covering his body with Multani mitti (or fuller’s earth), wearing only a boxer, and having a pouch to collect the money, this innocent looking child was waiting for the passengers to give him donations. As soon as he saw me clicking […]Read More Child Beggars: They Hardly Have A Future