Navrasa: Love

i. Windswept summer sunlight, the dizzy array of carnival lights dance across your eyes and laughter echoes all around you. Laughter hidden under her tongue, she smiles. Raspberry-tender and mint-leaf sweet, always with a smile and with love running through your heart, you look at her.

ii. Wine-dark freezing skies … Continue Reading

Romanticism of Mental Illnesses in the Media

People’s perception of mental illnesses has proved to be a wide-ranging spectrum. While some people claim that mental illnesses do not exist, others possess the knowledge about them. However, today, more people are accepting of mental illnesses. While in earlier times, the presence of mental health problems would be greeted Continue Reading

The Banksy Effect

The spotlights focus. The curtain draws. The gavel strikes for the third time. And sold.

On 5th October 2018, right after the closing bid, UK’s favourite artwork (according to a Samsung poll in 2017), ‘Girl with Balloon’, began to self-destruct. However, it stopped midway, giving us probably the most Continue Reading

Social Media as a news source

In today’s day and age, social media is becoming an imperative and rather unavoidable aspect of our lives. The internet, today, has greater outreach than ever before. It has emerged to be a continual source of news, information, and entertainment for people around the world for over the past decade; Continue Reading

Coronavirus: A Global Epidemic

The data presented in the following article is updated as of 9th March 2020.

The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus has everyone in a state of panic, and rightfully so. With a death toll of around 3000 and the number of cases around the world being 111,366, this rapidly Continue Reading

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