In the midst of countries locking down and people growing more distant owing to the Coronavirus pandemic, Michael Tisserand tweeted, “we are all edward hopper paintings now”. The comparison seemed uncannily apparent with Hopper’s paintings depicting voyeuristic canvases—that imbue a sense of loneliness and alienation. It can be argued, that … Continue Reading
The first thing that struck Brahms was the smell of the air in the room. The air didn’t smell as clean and airy as he had imagined it to be. It smelled like old drafty wood with the faintness of polish as if to mask the musty smell of wherein … Continue Reading
One misty evening, two masked men, one tall and the other hunched forward were walking along quickly along a dimly lit street. Maintaining the requisite social distance, they mumbled to each other while exchanging anxious looks. All the houses lining the street interspersed with cedar streets had shutters down, blocking … Continue Reading
On the 30th floor of a tall magnificent tower with grey exteriors that perfectly complemented the black, bold sign on top that read “Mughals & Co.”, sat Akbar and the rest of his board members, discussing their business.
At merely 30 years of age, Akbar had become one of … Continue Reading
India is a country of vast culture and beliefs. We adorn our women with the jewels and statuses of gods. We call our country “Bharat Mata”. However, most of this respect comes in the form of them just being mothers. Women are rarely looked beyond their role of a caregiver; … Continue Reading
Everybody hates wires. They’re a nightmare to maintain, a pain to use, and they break easily. There was thus a need for an invention that could deliver us from the evil of the wired medium of communication: and its name was Bluetooth.
Today, we use Bluetooth for countless things, … Continue Reading