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Aurangabad – A Peek into the History

History as a subject has been following me like the Vodafone dog since my early days in school. I always felt it is one of the most humdrum and mind-numbing subject. I used to find terms like caves and inscriptions, guerilla warfare, forts and others monotonous and unexciting.
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Walking Through the Ruins of Nalanda

Who says only fear and emotions give goose bumps? Strangely, I felt them while visiting Nalanda University. Visiting the site of Nalanda University in Bihar came as a shock rather than the excitement of a historical tour.
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Little What We Have Does Matter

Life is an astounding blend of blissful and poignant moments that differentiates each one’s life from the other.
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Knowledge Basket – Journey of a Tuition Teacher

Knowledge basket as the name suggests is a journey from the good old days to the present of being tuition teacher is a passion for me.
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The Treasure Trove of Hyderabad Nizams

Stunning is too lame a word to describe the exquisite craftsmanship of the famed Hyderabad Nizam jewellery.
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The Bedazzling Bindi

Gone are the days when our mothers and aunts sported the famous red ‘Bindi’ on their foreheads to proclaim their married status.
Mumbai high court - Ken Liffiton

My first brush with High Court

As a student of journalism, I had got an opportunity to visit the High Court in Mumbai. I had assumed law courts were only frequented by criminals and lawyers. Fortunately, me being neither,
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From Analogue kids to HD adults

I am aware that even for my generation, I could just be an anomaly, a late comer to a revolution that had everything going for it but a name and someone to label it thus.
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Sizzle with Misal Pav

The bright red colour of Misal Pav was so vivid, that for a moment I mistook it to be a rendition of artificial food colour. But having lived here, I knew it was the handiwork of the infamous Mirchi.

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