A poem about loss and its aftermath
"When do you know you love someone?", and the answers burst forth...
A major moment of self-discovery during a late night walk in Manhattan
This is not an overall view or essay on women's rights movements or feminism. Here, I lament about how recent and ongoing women's rights movements in India leave me at odds with myself on the issue. To give my readers a short background, I have been brought up in an Liberal Hindu Brahmin family in … Continue reading Religion and Women’s Rights
As part of Origin, I have already participated in two competitions but my third was the best in many ways. Firstly, the location - we were to perform within the University premises and compete with bands from other colleges in the Eastern Band event of Kuruksastra 2016. As far as I am concerned, it couldn't … Continue reading The Best Stage So Far
For the first time ever, I was going to bunk an entire day of college - the first time in my one and half year tango with SASTRA University. However, I had a good reason to do so. I'm traveling to Coimbatore with my band, Origin. We were going to compete in Yugam, a fest … Continue reading Origin: To Coimbatore
We left the resort, fulfilled but wanting more. I believe that it is one of those places one could visit a million times and still not tire of it!Our host brought to our notice a car museum at Dharmasthala and recommended that we visit the Thousand Pillar Jain Temple at Moodbidri. Abishek was still sick, … Continue reading Dharmasthala, Moodbidri and Mangalore