Depression devours its host. It is a symbiote to your personality. It comes in the form of thoughts but starts to become a part of you. And before you even realize, it becomes so indistinguishable from your self-image that you start to believe it's you. It’s only when you see some patterns you get to… Continue reading Depression Devours its Host
I won’t write about it. The most picturesque place I have ever been to, But I won’t share all the clicks (except the one where I contemplated I won’t). Because If I do, you would love to go there too. And so will your friends, it’s a loop. And I don’t want it. As some… Continue reading Meant To Be My Best Travelogue Ever, but…
Such is the life of a bully. They bully everyone. Not that there is anything wrong with others. Something is wrong with them. They say they are awesome but something is broken. That's what they try to suppress: An undealt-with emotion, insecurity, trauma at their homes or just being spoiled with their parent’s riches. By… Continue reading Life of a Bully
The bustled lanes of CP never cease to intimidate you. Having an aura of its own, they are full of curious shoppers (window-shoppers too), enthusiastic vendors, into-each-other couples, beautiful ladies, and not-allowed-at-any-happening-place-on-weekends stags. A different feel which only a Delhite cannot distinguish, as it’s our Go-to place, like dal-chawal. Well, there is one more category.… Continue reading Plight of Street Artists
Religion. I got my parent's during my birth. But yesterday, I contemplated mine. I was roaming with my friend on Baba Kharak Singh Marg at CP (in Delhi). Seeing the glittering dome of Bangla Sahib in front, he asked me: You love going to Bangla Sahib, don't you? And, without any pause, I affirmed with… Continue reading What’s Your Religion?
It started with a promise and ended with some regrets; however, the regrets are fewer this time. Does that make it a grateful year then? Oh Yes! I am grateful; though it could have been crazier had she shown some interest. After all, I found her from the stack of profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram… Continue reading A Year of Goodbyes, Creativity, and Lessons!
In this culture of making and tagging people in memes, sometimes people go far in rearranging the context of a particular gesture, dialogue or art so as to elicit laughter. Earlier it was a harmless creative act intended for fun, but now a days it has become the caricature for Sarcasm and Passive Aggression. Which… Continue reading Memes: Fun, Sarcasm, Passive Aggression or just a bad pun?
Everyone motivates you to have the right attitude, but what's the Right Attitude for you? Nobody questions that, so let's discuss a little what is this right attitude. The one that worked for that person? Might be. The one that works for the majority? Might be. The one that resonates with your individuality and dreams?… Continue reading The Paradigm of Having the Right Attitude
Adult: I bought you an ice-cream. Child: Really? Which one? Adult: It's your favourite! Kwality Wall's Cornetto, Black Disk! Child: Hnn!! Thanks! Is today your b-day? Adult: Nopes, but I am extremely happy today as I met the love of my life! Child got confused.. Adult: What? Child: You met your family today!? Adult: No,… Continue reading Met the love of my life!
"You not only enjoy Nature because it's serene; you do because it's your beautiful extension." It's an epiphany I had while I was enduring the rapids in the mighty river GANGA at Rishikesh during White Water River Rafting. Away from the bustles of the city, from the bedlam of the relatives, from those uneasy claws… Continue reading A Trip to Heaven: Rishikesh