Tag: Nostalgia

Ode to the West Wind by Percy Shelley

Revisiting Ode to the West Wind by Percy Shelley

Shelley's personal belief that bodies are perishable, but thoughts and ideologies live forever. Lastly, he urges the west wind to scatter his thoughts over the universe, just as dead and dry leaves and unborn seeds are scattered over the face of the earth by the west wind.
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Single Screen Theatres to Multiplex, Where Our Cinema Culture Stand Today?

When all these single screen theatres are gradually getting converted into multiplexes, a question lingers in our minds, are multiplexes meant for all?
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Role of Women in the Independence Movement of India

Men of honor had a significant role to play in the freedom struggle. However, surprisingly women too led from the front and emerged as game changers in the quest for independence.
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The Panchatatantra Tales – Stories that Spell Morals

The Panchatantra Tales are one of the oldest tales of India, written in Sanskrit with the aim of imparting lessons on ‘niti’, which means, ‘the wise conduct of life’. 
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Remembering the Soviet Books for Children in the Cold War Years

I remember in my hometown Aligarh there used to be a bookshop called ‘Naya Kitab Ghar’, owned by a certain Mr. Kishen Singh, an enthusiastic party worker who stocked Soviet books.
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Traditional Indian Dishes to Beat the Heat

Again, because this is India, each region has its own set of summer food stalls, yet there are some foods and drinks that are found everywhere.

Top Ten Tips on How to Make It Through a Rainy Day

Rainy Days are coming, here are some tips that can help you stay dry and get you through the downpour.
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The Magic of Reading in the 21st Century Visual Age!

However, I don’t think watching movies can ever be a substitute for reading. When you read a book, you become lost in a world that isn’t your own.

Nostalgia in Connaught Place – Long Forgotten Stories of the ‘Old’ New Delhi

In those days, one encountered many western tourists in Connaught Place and Janpath among whom ‘hippies’ were a class apart. They all wore colourful, though unusual clothes
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Experiences of Studying in a Public School of Delhi During 1960’s and 70’s

The Delhi Public School is a conspicuous landmark on that segment of the Mathura Road which is bang opposite the imposing Oberoi Intercontinental Hotel. In our days, the flyover between the two buildings had not been built

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