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Perception of Death

Perception of Death

This story is written by one of my friends, Ananthakrishnan, who is lazy to maintain his own blog. You can find him on twitter/instagram @ankris147. ****************************************** It wasn’t a typical sultry summer afternoon today at the Aksa beach. The cloud cover was just the right amount to light up the afternoon and shield the beach … Continue reading

Change-the only constant in Life!

Change-the only constant in Life!

Changes, as they say, are the only constant in life-And moving away from home to live on your own, is undoubtedly one of the biggest changes in most people’s lives. Although I technically moved out of my house almost 6 years back, when I started college and lived in a hostel, almost 7 hours away … Continue reading

Sanitation in India

Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our Nation, one stated that good sanitation is much more important than Independence. Almost 150 years later, Our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi now says that building toilets is a priority over building temples. Hopefully, with active initiatives led by the central government, one can hope to see an Open-Defecation free … Continue reading

IndiChange Campaign-Milaap

Milaap is a not-for-profit micro-financing organization that has helped set up a wonderful platform for hardworking borrowers across India to connect with potential donors across the globe who are willing to make a contribution and take them one step closer to achieving their goals. While it is very similar to RangDe, (where I worked for … Continue reading

Go out and create something!

I came across this beautiful quote this morning, and thought I should share it here. 🙂 “You are the books you read, the films you watch, the music you listen to, the people you meet, the dreams you have, the conversations you engage in. You are what you take from these. You are the sound … Continue reading

One month in the US

One month in the US

Today marks one month of my stay in the United States. Although this is not the first time I am spending a full month here (The first was 8 years back, when I came here on a visitor visa), this trip is different, in many ways. For one, I am on a student visa, and … Continue reading

Baby Frock Collar

Baby Frock Collar

This was one Fun embroidery project. It all started off with my mom deciding to stitch some frocks and a quilt for my baby-cousin who turns one next month. I was home for a week around Christmas, and since I was quite jobless then :P, I told her I’d help with stitching on the buttons/hooks. … Continue reading