Having gone vegetarian, I have started to intermittently fast in order to detox. It’s a great way to do the same. I can feel the cleansing happen. Moreover, I’ve switched my cereal preferences from rice and wheat to foxtail millets. I add a handful of veggies to the same and have it for lunch. Dinner […]
Current read. Immaculately written. The writer is very well informed.
Solitude amongst crowds I’ve modified my bedroom wall and have removed the previous Asimov print which used to be there. Instead now I’ve painted this abstract which signifies my journey.
On joining IIT for research and work, I primarily focused on how to build my design portfolio. There I met Dhruv, a differently abled person with a congenital hearing loss. He became my inspiration. Because of him kindness welled up inside me and my respect for the differently abled grew. He became my friend and […]
Might I suggest that the phrase* ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ be contextually elaborated in brief, since here its being put in print for circulation, that to with so much belief having drawn much inspiration from it. Please correct me if I’m wrong, from my understanding what you mean to convey is in order […]
Largesse is a cultivated habit. Beneficence is a social trait. In my extended family I came across many with their characteristics but none were as kind as one family who chose to maintain their anonymity. Not only did they understand the importance of sustainable development goals set forth by the United Nations, they also implemented […]
In the suburbs of Delhi, the sun set over the small locality of janakpuri. Laxmi who was busy giving fodder to the cow heard some noise coming from the neighbor’s house. It seemed that a child was wailing. She decided to finish her work and pay them a visit. Laxmi’s neighbors were the kind ones who […]
S’il vous plaît trouver les photos ci-joint. Bon visionnement! Merci et salutations Cordialement Whenever you get the time, do see these through all the pictures without having heard the music below. Then see them withthe music in the link below & let me know if you felt differently in your heart. Vienna Blood / Viennese Spirit – Historical anecdote for Musical Apprectiations. […]
Renoir was the greatest painter of women since, Rafael & he painted no woman as often as the great love of his life Madame Aline Charigot. This seated bather from 1884 is my very personal favorite from the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge. Isn’t she just absolutely lovely and charming ? Today, they would […]
Ever so often the lyrics totally eclipse the memory of a casual listener that the music is relegated to a mere background accompaniment, Sometimes a melody is best without words…… Here the material is sung melismatically, a performer sings solemised syllables.How seemingly meaningless vocal sounds take upon a profound meaning if only we listen carefully […]
UNESCO MGIEP has initiated an International Youth Campaign on Kindness for the Sustainable Development Goals. The purpose of this Campaign is to mobilize the world’s youth to achieve the 17 SDGs through transformative acts of kindness. People from all over the world are sharing their acts of kindness. UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for […]
So how did you do on the first “Test” ??? I just today discovered the Vol-2 of the Young People’s Concerts, which turned an entire generation into music lovers. Have shared below the most relevant ones to add to your growing musical knowledge. After understanding this I’m sure you will be one of the most […]
From my musical mentor….. “Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts with the New York Philharmonic stand among his greatest achievements. These televised programs introduced an entire generation to the joys of classical music.” http://www.leonardbernstein.com/ypc.htm FYR All transcripts of the programs linked below are available on the link above in the “Scripts” tab… happy reading & listening […]
I was gifted the e-book reader and it has come handy at all times. The Kindle has ample storage amazing battery performance and some really awesome tools like wordwise which improve vocabulary. I can navigate from my current page to the contents or any other page within a second. I can also share words and […]
Today is reserved for Erik Homburger Erickson. He was a German American psychoanalyst known for his famous theory of psychological development. His most famous becoming is coining the term identity crisis. He lacked a bachelors degree yet was instrumental in providing education at some prestigious institutes like Harvard. He is the 12th most cited psychologist […]
Yes, it’s for real. The Indian institute of technology has been able to print for the first time 3D skin. The model has been made using a 3 D printer and it mimics the exact structure and function of the human skin. This could come in handy to test bio active molecules, various drugs and […]
I close my eyes and I think of you I pray for your long life There are only a few Who learn how to strive With their grit and determination They serve the mankind So selfless so pure Like the blooming flower And the uncut azure An ocean of peace A blanket of warmth You […]
Unstoppable. Invincible. My mother’s grit and determination is something I have wanted to inherit since childhood. Her beauty in the face of adversity shines through the darkest nights. Her aura is remarkable. Love you mother. For if it was not for you I wouldn’t be who I am.
Introducing this very indegenous infusion of rose tea, chrysanthamum and Jasmine esscence. Take a sip and Voila! The best infusion ever. Tip. Let it brew for 5 mins.
After Morning excersise dress rehearsal It’s sweltering hot outside and I have to fight my self to make up my mind to go for a run. Running releases happy hormones and I’m in need of them.. It’s best to wear breathable cottons because if the sweat accumulates it gets rather uneasy. I settled for whites. […]
This devastating novel is examining the complexities of identity and belonging, love and grief, through the lens of contemporary Judaism. Julian Treslove, working as a celebrity double, feels out of sync with his longtime friend and sometimes rival Sam Finkler, a popular author of philosophy-themed self-help books. The two have reconnected with their elderly professor, […]
A little yellow here And a bit of blue there Some green tints Few teal hints The brush runs The knives blunt Paint is to canvas Like air is to humans The maze is made The fellow with the spade Digs the way through The colours which may confuse a few Reaches the end with […]
This certainly is a “novel” novel! I initially got intimidated by firstly the premise and then the format, but later found it surprisingly awesome. The mysterious Bardo gives an enriching setting for the strange ongoings. . Fortunately there’s a much easier side. Dialouge depiction of the souls in the Bardo are brilliant. Too many minor […]
The gold on the branches Glistening in the sunlight A Shadow of a traveller dances Under the leaves lit bright Is it the winds that sing a song Or the long heard folklore of the village For the birch tree stands beautiful among Giving the birds some leverage As they sing dance and flutter The […]
Yosemite national park.. the huge expanse is breathtaking. The colours are spectacular. As we drove through the giant sequioas the water fell from the highest peaks creating a magnificent scene. The splash and the mist through the fog as we drove felt as if I were in the sky. Cloudy on cloud number nine. The […]
I was sitting outside in my garden porch when I looked ahead towards the window on one of my walls. I saw two black specks on the electric wire doing a sort of jamboree. As I strained it seemed to me that the birds were having a deep discussion. What could it be ? We’re […]
We are friends. We celebrate life. We live in the moment and let each moment determine our joy of living. We are flowers in a garden. Roses blooming in the green shrubs. We dance to life’s beautiful song and tap our feet while going for work. We are not jealous. Nor are we afraid. The […]
We celebrate the colours of the earth. The brown weaves wrapping us in its warmth. The radiance of the sun gives the brown a golden hue, enchanting to the eyes. The water spins through racing over the earth giving birth to life. The mountain, snow capped it is, towers above all in its magnificence. All […]
As the night draws its curtain over the world’s stage the trees rustle and the yellow flowers sing out a lullaby. The stars glow and lights them up. Is it autumn or just the colour on those beautiful birches
There is a campaign taking place in New Delhi called the #bekind campaign. I am a actively participating in the same as a youth leader. Being kind is of utmost importance. It is a medium towards civility. I helps build comaraderie and strength. Kind people dwell upon goodness, not just of their own but of […]
After having done two continuous 20 hour shifts I am drained. The complete night was laced with intestinal perforations. Sleeping was a distant dream. I am going to go to bed immediately now as soon as I reach home. I feel so thankful for not loosing my sense of judgement in tiered times. I am […]
As I sit in the operation theatre an array of thoughts cross my mind. One intriguing one is how is my patient. The general well being of the patient is important. I ask myself. Have I done enough or is there are still some laccunae left here and there. The constant questioning leads to reasoning […]
Flowers tell us about the cause and effect relationship. They speak of the beauty outside and within. Each flower has its own story to tell. Have you ever tried to read a flower ?
I painted flower pots because it is the best attraction of any house. Blooming colours have an unmatched uniqueness.
Flowers bring happiness and joy. Their riot of colours is a feast for the eyes. A flower bouquet is the best gift.