Tradition of making Kajal on Diwali

Celebrating Diwali is not just about a religious significance, but a spiritual belief, a sense of celebration and of continuing the family traditions. The anticipation of festival is more intense with the cleaning of the home, buying new clothes and gifts for family and friends, scouting the market for diyas and new kind of lights,... Continue Reading →

Shot on iPhone by Apple: Snowbrawl ad

Apple has been running an outdoor campaign Shot on iPhone in several countries showcasing still photos taken by users on billboards or hoardings specifically to the country. But video photography has not been leveraged much except for purely personal uses. Apple finally decided to break this barrier itself, rather than relying on user generated content.... Continue Reading →

Litfest Syndrome

Come, winter, come! and with thee bring - thy season of literature festivals. And with them what I call the season of Litfest syndrome. A trend that started with Jaipur Literature Festival in 2006; JLF has become a Mecca for authors, publishers and book lovers who throng the small town at the peak of sometimes... Continue Reading →

Happy Teachers’ Day

In another lifetime, there was a poster in my Doctor's clinic that said "Give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, he will eat for life." This quote attributed to Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher sums up the role of teachers in our lives perfectly. So Happy Teachers'... Continue Reading →

Amish Tripathi Stories – A Review

We, the readers, are constantly on lookout for new authors. With the Bookstagrammers or the book Instagrammers, Kindle recommendations and Twitter, the task has become very easy with plethora of options in the last few years. Earlier we had to rely on few book reviews in newspapers or magazines, recommendations from friends and one's own... Continue Reading →

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