Immortal Flora: Dry Flowers And Preserve Them

I believe, I am quite familiar with the essence that creates a ruckus in your soul when you are offered a flower by someone whom you dearly adore. I believe it is the moment when you start adoring them all the more, and that particular flower is the memento of that particular moment when someone […]

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Save The Date: Perk Up Your Special Evening!

Let us set fire to the stereotypes. Let us drown the phony norms in history, and for once, play by our rules. To set up the game, to formulate the rules, to anticipate the results – such actions are the signs of an endeavor well ventured. What’s a Date? A procession that takes place under […]

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The Tale Of The Rakhi Monger

We all are cosmic identities. We all are somehow related to one another in nature. What we liberate, what we derive, from the chaos that blossoms in our harmony, is Karma. And that chaos is Godly, we term it- fate and brush it off with the sway of our hand as if it is some […]

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Janmashtami Memoirs

The more I age, the more my childhood seems to comprise of faint memories. But some memories are seemed to be etched in my mind, as if afresh, as if the events that play in my mind, have transpired into existence, the very last night. It’s not that such events have transpired frequently,  but the […]

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To Study A ‘Rakhi’

Sometimes monsoons arrive late. Be it global warming or the moodiness of nature, but sometimes they do. They don’t arrive when little kids tilt their heads backward and pray to God for the rains to arrive, no, not because they are concerned about the drought but rather because their vacations are on and a few […]

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A Very Floral World Of Cinema

To decipher the scent of a flower is not less than being an ordeal. One sure does derive hints of it, but never thoroughly dissects them into entirety. Same goes with the emotions that a flower breathes into our life. All we are familiar with is the fact that the presence of flower blends into […]

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A Walk Through Of Rakhi Designs

Representing a sanctified bond of love between a brother and a sister, Rakhi is a beautiful ornament that comes loaded with affection. The festival of Raksha Bandhan has been celebrated in India since time age-old, and discussions of the Rakhi can even be found in the Puranas. However, needless to say, with the passage of […]

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Once Upon A ‘Rakhi’

We were en route. We were lost. We were driving along the road that bonds the likes of IIT-Delhi, Jia Sarai, Ber Sarai et al – but one of my friends who was in charge of the steering wheel believed that there was a mammoth shopping center, somewhere along the way – which in fact […]

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Independence: The Spirit Of Liberation

Imagine the song that a caged bird sings, imagine its crave, imagine the fall of disappointment that it takes every day, imagine its plight at the sight of the open sky, imagine its building desire to fly into the sun, with its brothers and sisters, like storming life colliding with the depths of fire, imagine, […]

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Then, Now And Forever: The Bond Of Rakhi

The metro train from Gurgaon rattled its way as if a snake, entering the outskirts of Delhi. It was a hot evening and the bustle inside the compartment was at its apex, with the warm breath of others lingering on the back of my neck, and I knew, like every other day, I’ll be able […]

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Sisterly: A ‘Rakhi’ Tale

Childhood, I believe is the most happening chunk of an individual’s life. The occurrences that transpire during the good old days, account for the memories that we cherish all along. Like everybody, the golden period of my life too is marked by a carefree attitude towards life – with no premonition of what shall follow, […]

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The Essence Of Friendship In Our Life

Friends are and shall be an integral part of our life, no matter how much ‘Scrooge’ like nature we bear, friends shall come along our way in all the seasons of our life; whether it shall be the spring of childhood or the summer of youth, the autumn of adulthood or the winter of the […]

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