Sonata

Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata is a profound piece of music. It makes you sit back, pensive, to ponder life. It brings to the surface regrets you never knew you had, long-forgotten moments of fleeting happiness, and sadness you’ve refused to acknowledge. The music, ebbing and flowing, seems to flood over your psyche crashing into a sandcastle... Continue Reading →

BrandScan 2017

In this age of increasing consumerism and competition, any insight into the minds of the masses is immensely invaluable. And we all know that the masses are ever-hungry for some entertainment and fun. Put these two facts together, and you will arrive at the rationale behind BrandScan 2017. BrandScan, an annual market research fair conducted... Continue Reading →

OT: Euphoria

The Department of Occupational Therapy, SOAHS, conducted their annual fest, Euphoria, at KMC Greens, on the 27th, 28th and 29th of October. It was inaugurated by the Pro Vice Chancellor of Health Sciences, Dean of SOAHS, and the Head of the Department of Occupational Therapy, on the evening of 27th October. The purpose of the... Continue Reading →

A Light For Every Shadow

It’s that time of the year again when the streets are decked with a stream of lights, and the skies lit up in a multitude of sparkling lights while the air is filled with the sounds of a variety of crackers. Amidst the legion of glittering lights and echoes of revelry, a certain section of... Continue Reading →

Of Stories Untold: Qissa

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story”- Maya Angelou Picture a cozy cottage, add a warm and friendly Labrador. Now add bulbs and fairy lights and the sound of the rain. Add to this a bunch of passionate storytellers and an eager crowd. What you get is a memorable night filled with... Continue Reading →

Carnaval

Spicing up the weekend in Manipal, ‘Carnaval’, the much awaited food fest hosted by the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA) was the place to be. Inspired by the annual Brazilian festival, this soirée infused a unique blend of various Latin American flavors. The festive ambience with colorful banners, exotic music and a semi... Continue Reading →

Pujo Esheche!- What Durgotsav Means to Bengalis

It's the most wonderful time of the year for all the roshogolla-obsessed, jhola carrying, panjabi donning pseudo-intellectuals across the globe. Durga Puja entails much more than ten days of fast, feast and worship. It goes beyond 'Maddox ae adda' and aesthetic pictures of "Durga Maa and clan" flooding your gallery. For Bangalis, this is a time for cut-throat puchka-eating... Continue Reading →

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