Mahashweta Chakravarti

A student of English Literature from Kolkata, currently pursuing a Masters degree in Jadavpur University. A bibliophile with an eclectic taste in music, an occasional writer, and a Ravenclaw with a wanderlust. Will defend Severus Snape and Roger Federer whenever called for.

10 Things Your Can Do At Home To Be Productive During Lockdown

Bored of Nation Lockdown, If you have been feeling claustrophobic and demoralized, here are ten things you can do to make this burden easier and ensure these days are productive! 

Chittorgarh Built on Myths and Legends?

Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. Although an important heritage site in India, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013, the renown of Chittorgarh is spread far and wide, more so because of the myths and legends associated with its history.

Resonance – An Indian Band for the New Decade

Resonance as a band is different because of their unique take on the iconic songs they cover. The songs that they usually cover are iconic, already having a substantial fanbase following the particular band or artist.

Madhuri Kathe – The Abstract, Mysterious & Enigmatic Artist

Madhuri Kathe has been known for the emphasis that her artworks are not premeditated, but are random and inspired combinations and play of colours. She has previously stated that her works are reflective of an unconscious deep rooted philosophy.

What do Films like Chhapaak Contribute to the Society?

This has shown the path to only the beginning of a revolution in terms of arrangements and opportunities of income for acid attack victims, and there is yet a long way to go before the government recognizes this as a pertinent problem and draws up solutions.

The Vogue of Paint Parties in India

For those who are fond of painting or have always been longing to acquire this skill but cannot allocate hours for classes, there is now a vogue of paint parties in India which is an excellent alternative.

Rangoli Art – Origin, Significance of this Art form in Indian Culture

The ground is the canvas for this art – be it the artificial floor of the house or concrete roads. The patterns are mainly created out of artificial dry colours, but in its original form rangoli is made from coloured rice, sand, flour, or simply flower petals.

Arambol Beach Festival – Goa’s Exotic Music Carnival

The musical scene of Arambol is difficult to capture in words, for the crooning melodies at sunset combined with the sights of conceptual land art at certain junctures on the beach makes it an unparalleled experience.

Illustrations in R. K. Narayan’s Classic Works

The well-known sketch of the fictional town had been done by Laxman based on the stories of Malgudi. The town is designed by Laxman as an ordinary settlement with rail tracks and an unremarkable railway station made of concrete.

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