It’s been a decade that I passed out of school and since then many course books and syllabus have changed to a great extent, for, of course, the betterment of students. However, one thing that hasn’t changed in most Indian schools yet despite heavy fees structure and other co-curricular activities…


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‘Om’ is the sacred chant that is generally recited by the ‘Yoga’ practitioners to cleanse body and mind. The peaceful divine chant helps one to get rid of negative thoughts fully. …


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Criticism, good or bad, affects one and all. Things said in either good taste or bad, take time to process. Right! And it all depends on how particular comments are being made. It can also be quite challenging as well as exhausting to doubt self-worth, character, or ability on mere…


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Indians are celebrating 74th Independence Day worldwide this year. Years pass by, but one thing that doesn’t change for a true national is the “passion” of being an Indian. It lies in every heart that beats at the rhythm of National Anthem, Jan Gan Man. It stays intact in the…


“2020” will be remembered as the year of global crises, the year of ill-fortune, mass-destruction, and loss of innumerable lives. (From COVID 19 to natural disasters, Unnatural accidents to border conflicts, the world has seen it all in just one year). The news every day is only distressful than the…


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As the entire world today set its eyes on India to witness the historic day ahead of the foundation stone-laying grand ceremony of Ram Temple in Ayodhya in north India (the original Ram Nagri), the Indians immersed themselves in the prideful moment after a 492-year long wait and rigorous struggle…


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Have you ever been to a grand (Indian) wedding ceremony, the ceremony symbolizing eternal love and unceasing celebration! Especially a Hindu wedding that binds not two souls but their whole families culturally and emotionally, who reciprocate beliefs and traditions of each other, not for just the day but for a…


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What we all have heard is, “what goes around comes around”, meaning if you mistreat someone, soon you will bear the similar repercussions. (Well, hurry up! Make it right before it is so).

Now, before you get too self-righteous, let me be just clearer, that you acting against the wishes…


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Throughout a year, around all the corners of India, a number of small and big festivals knock at the doors of each house, an opportunity most people make full of, for their emotional fulfillment. Irrespective of different caste, class, and creed, and fast-paced lives, people take out time to celebrate…


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Before we dive deep in the magic of this life mantra that will offer us a simple yet extraordinary way to live life fully, what we must understand is the common thread that constructs a human-chain and connects us all to each other regardless of distinct identities we are born…

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