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An Interview With Tanaya Atre

An Interview With Tanaya Atre

Tanaya Atre, 23 year old, author of 'Tangled Up In You' is an Physiotherapist by profession. She loves singing, dancing and writing as these things keep her alive. Due to the transferrable nature of her father's job, she has been into four different schools and this...

An Interview With Mitali Meelan

An Interview With Mitali Meelan

Mitali Meelan, author of two best sellers, 'The Guest' and 'A Long Way Home' is an Indian contemporary and YA author and blogger based in Mumbai.  Being featured in Vogue (July 2017) as one of the ten inspiring young Indian girls chasing her dreams, she never looked...

An Interview With Richa Shrivastava Mukherjee

An Interview With Richa Shrivastava Mukherjee

Richa’s life is marked by abundance. With no regard for family planning, she has gifted three elder sisters, she has lived in 8 cities across India owing to her father’s government job and her career also reflected her penchant for multiple choices. From being a BCom...

An Interview With Nimish Tanna

An Interview With Nimish Tanna

Nimish Tanna, author of two best sellers, 'Moments of Truth' and 'Divyastra' is an I.T. engineer and a postgraduate in International business management. Nimish worked with various organizations including a short stint as an entrepreneur. Before moving abroad, he...

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8th Anniversary Gallery 1

Theme: Street Children

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Theme: Street Children

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Bhutan | The Himalayan Kingdom

Bhutan | The Himalayan Kingdom

Being religious is not bad. When the misty blue mountains of Bhutan kingdom disappears into the grey wall of drifting clouds,Or when the chirping of birds creates a symphony to the wobbling orchestra of trees,Or when the sun plays truant lighting up undulating valleys...

Masroor Rock Temple In Himachal Pradesh

Masroor Rock Temple In Himachal Pradesh

Have you ever been to Cambodia to visit world famous Ankorwatt Temples? No? OK! Not a problem! You may see these temples in the future but for now, you can visit and can see a replica of Angkorwatt temples here in our country, India, in the state of Himachal Pradesh!...

A Trip to Panchmarhi

A Trip to Panchmarhi

Panchmarhi: The queen of this hilly terrain, the Satpura Range of mountains is truly mesmerizing. It is the only hill station of Madhya Pradesh. Pachmarhi is at a height of more than 3000 ft. and has a pleasant weather all year around. There should be no slightest...

Delhi And Its Lesser Known Places

Delhi And Its Lesser Known Places

Have you ever been to Delhi as a tourist or want to be? What do you think? What is usually your itinerary for Delhi? Red Fort… India Gate or Akshardham Mandir? But Delhi is actually more than these well-known places! As you know Delhi is a very old city and remained...

Articles

Religion and Casteism Divide in India | Avoid Divide

Religion and Casteism Divide in India | Avoid Divide

Under the rosy picture, we’ve painted to the world that ours is a very diverse country which tolerates all people irrespective of who they are, there is a lot in the underbelly of that painting which is stinking red with blood. Be it urban, be it rural, be it the...

Being A Columnist At Thousand Miles | My Story

Being A Columnist At Thousand Miles | My Story

It all began a few years ago when a group of friends thought of initiating a journal where anyone can write and anyone can be a photographer. When they were tired waiting for their writings and pictures to be published. A journal where nobody is going ask any generic...

Bihu and its Essence

Bihu and its Essence

If you are planning to visit Assam, then this is the perfect time. The trees are ornamented with fresh green leaves and the whole of the land is dipped in the aroma of seasonal flowers. Yes it’s the time we celebrated Bihu or we can call it as the Assamese New Year....

Indians And Their Majestic Privilege

Indians And Their Majestic Privilege

Indian population is in great debt, the debt of the land we are living upon. Our every breath in liberal India is because of those epitomes whose names a citizen of this nation barely remembers. While considering the love for the nation, for motherland, how can one...

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