- Igniting Minds


June 2018

A Loving Tribute to My Gurukul!!!

पिता धर्मः पिता स्वर्गः पिता हि परमं तपः। पितरि प्रीतिमापन्ने प्रीयन्ते सर्वदेवताः॥ What should I write about you was my first thought when I started writing this article. Paa you cannot be described in few words as words will fall short… Continue Reading →

Small tribute to a great man

SMALL TRIBUTE TO A GREAT MAN: For a man who was a language lover, he was pretty much parsimonious with words, spoken and written. For an orphan, he fiercely guarded his self-esteem. For an orphan again,he made it big and… Continue Reading →

Home to My House

Few words said Few words expressed Few words depressed And Few words are restless All in one, a true package of emotions. Yes I am talking about none other than my Super dad Intelligence of Batman , Morality of Superman… Continue Reading →

Book Review : Nehru’s India – Essays on the Maker of a Nation

Nehru’s India : Essays on the Maker of a Nation is a collection of essays on the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, by a series of eminent personalities who have had  personal experience of the great man,… Continue Reading →

A Father–Daughter Tradition of Our Own: Viva el Fútbol!

My first glimpse of the sunrise after pulling an all-nighter was not at a teenage pyjama party; nor after studying for my exams all night long. It was after a late night World Cup football match being played in faraway… Continue Reading →

Gems from Goa

“Travel is never a matter of money, but of courage.” – T. S. Eliot The meaning of travelling extends beyond just moving from one place to another. One travels in search of something, to explore something and even to discover… Continue Reading →

Bhagavad Gita

 Abstract: The Bhargavat gita is an ancient Indian text that became an important work of Hindu tradition in terms of both literature and philosophy. The earliest translations of this work from Sanskrit into English were made around 1795 Ce by… Continue Reading →

He is always there…

When my friends ran towards the school van, dirtying their shoes with sand, I, like a princess would arrive, holding my father’s hand, As the van moved and I used to wave my hand, a smile would come on his… Continue Reading →

Invisible Footprint

We go through many experience in life about women sacrifice and on opposite we get in touch with many experience of man’s stubborn nature. But is it true every time? Better I explain this with my experience of two different… Continue Reading →

#FathersDay each day. A note to all fathers!

What memories I have of my growing up years, my father was not less fearsome than my school principal. I couldn’t cite any similarities between them but I kept wondering what was it that made us strictly adhere to both… Continue Reading →

I want to, Reach a beach, listen to the lullabies of lapping waves, Let them pierce through your heart, And then let you errupt to be a song of twilight, Let them hold and embrace your tears. Walk across the… Continue Reading →

At The Altar We Met

A father-daughter relationship has a charm of its own. There’s a deeper sense of conviction that bonds this relationship so strong and secure. I had penned this poem at a time when I was a member of a student team… Continue Reading →

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