Is There an Answer to the Maybe?

How do you distinguish,Between what you crave and what you desire?How do you differentiateBetween a want and a need?Do the primal needs,Surpass self-constructed ones?Or do necessities of survival,Lag behind our own fabricated idealisms?And if not us,Who can make this distinction?Will it be the preachers of truth,Whose only merits are encounters with realities?Will it be leadersContinue reading “Is There an Answer to the Maybe?”

The Power of Words

Sitting idle is a powerful state of being, it can be incredibly insightful, humbling, tormenting, or simply numbing. But one thing in common in every scenario that plays in this vegetative state that one experiences, is a vivid replay of the things one did, emotions one felt, and without fail, the words that were spoken,Continue reading “The Power of Words”

Intersectional Feminism

“Intersectionality is about fighting discrimination within discrimination, tackling inequalities within inequalities, and protecting minorities within minorities.” The world we live in can be best described as beautiful chaos- one of entanglement, overlapping, entropy, divergence, and convergence- all together at the same time. However, that being said, everyone on this Earth is also familiar with theContinue reading “Intersectional Feminism”

Goodbyes are Not the End

You left, without a word of goodbye, Maybe what I said wasn’t enough If I said I don’t think about the farewell you bid often all I’d say was a lie, Not knowing how you are makes life so rough. You smiled when you were happy, Cried when you were sad, But now it’s timeContinue reading “Goodbyes are Not the End”

Contributors’ Week 2.0

June 5, 2021 On the occasion of World Environment Day, our website has taken the initiative of inviting creative bits from the talented writers from all around the world to raise their voices against exploitation of nature. These contributions have been compiled into the Contributor’s Week with the theme being ‘Nature’s Wreck.’ To kick startContinue reading “Contributors’ Week 2.0”

Contributors’ Week 2.0

Greetings! Seeing the overwhelming response that we received on the first edition of our Contributors’s Week, we are back with the second edition of the same. Since Covid is still prevailing, the youth has plenty of time on its hands to unleash their creative side. Keeping in mind the contemporary scenarios in the world alongContinue reading “Contributors’ Week 2.0”

Indian Women on the Rise

The era before independence saw strong female leaders and warriors like Rani Laxmibai, Razia Sultan, Begum Hazrat Mahal, Jhalkari Bai and other brave women. It is also a fact that after independence, our country has been led by strong female characters like Late Shrimati Indira Gandhi Ji as our honourable ex-Prime Minister and Shrimati PratibhaContinue reading “Indian Women on the Rise”