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Vaibhavi Mishra

Vaibhavi is the human embodiment of a pink evening cloud. She loves to explore, travel and meet new people and catch up on their vibes. She views the world with her poetic glasses; for her, every fellow human is a poem in him/herself full of stardust. She is a history enthusiast and the royalty' s bygone days fascinate her. She loves psychology and likes to meet new people, read into their feelings and their psyches. She wears carpe diem and Hakuna Matata on her sleeves. Her inquisitive explorations landed her up in journalism.

A day in Pangot, the hidden gem above Nainital

A day in Pangot, the hidden gem above Nainital

April 1, 2020

Nothing, but echoes of peace and greenery all around. Welcome to a hidden paradise in the Kumaoni hills where nature still rules. Inaccessible to telephonic networks, Pangot is a perfect getaway to recharge your batteries. Like a blank canvas painted with every possible shade of green, from olive to henna, are the foothills of Kumaoni […]

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New age stand-up comics of India

New age stand-up comics of India

March 30, 2020

With smartphones becoming a way of life, social media has become a powerful tool to reach the audience. Venturing into this, many new age comics from India decided to share their bone-tickling content on YouTube, attracting a great response. Here are some of them. With a userbase of over 265 million in the country, YouTube […]

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Nationwide lockdown- A mantra to heal the Nature?

Nationwide lockdown- A mantra to heal the Nature?

March 30, 2020

With the entire nation locked down in the fight against a deadly virus, several reports of clean air, reduced pollution levels and threatened species re-emerging have surfaced. Is a pandemic the only way nature can heal? Painted in the shades of light blue, the sky of Delhi is marked with strokes of red, pink, lavender, […]

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Devika Rani, the first lady of Indian cinema

Devika Rani, the first lady of Indian cinema

March 29, 2020

Devika Rani, the damsel who made her debut on the Indian silver screen in 1933, was known for boldness and a knack for perfection. The legendary actress shook the Indian cinema with her films that challenged patriarchy and the cringing hypocrisy of the society. It was a fine evening in 1933. The single screen theaters […]

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Mahadevi Varma, the pioneer Hindi writer

Mahadevi Varma, the pioneer Hindi writer

March 26, 2020

Hindi literature is incomplete without the mention of Mahadevi Varma, one of the four pioneers who introduced neo-romanticism in Hindi poetry. A strong supporter of feminism, Varma became one of the first female Indian poets to raise the subject of women empowerment. “I remember reading the story of Gillu, the squirrel. The story painted such a powerful […]

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Breathing exercises for enhancing lungs’ capacity

Breathing exercises for enhancing lungs’ capacity

March 24, 2020

Several reports have been putting forth the deteriorating impact of air pollution and smoking on our lungs from time to time. While it is natural for the lung capacity to decrease with ageing, factors like poor air quality and smoking, trigger the process much earlier. Here are some breathing exercises that help in enhancing our […]

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World Sparrow Day 2020

World Sparrow Day 2020

March 20, 2020

Relation of house sparrows and humans dates back to 400,000 years The social species separated from wild birds with the introduction of agriculture The peculiar creature stays near human settlements and avoids forests However, with modernisation the bird’s population saw a dramatic dip Almost each city saw a decline in its population, as per WWF […]

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Five Indian poets famous for their writings on social issues

Five Indian poets famous for their writings on social issues

March 19, 2020

Being a poet comes with the moral responsibility of challenging social evils and creating awareness amongst the masses. This World Poetry Day, let’s celebrate some Indian poets who have written extensively on a wide range of social issues from poverty to gender inequality and left a deep impact on their readers.

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“Quality of photojournalism will always be important”

“Quality of photojournalism will always be important”

March 18, 2020

When it comes to documentary photography in India, the mention of Sudhark Olwe is inevitable. The Padma Shri awardee has been documenting challenging social issues such as manual scavenging and poverty, for many years now. Olwe shares his views on photography as an art, the moral responsibility of photographers and photography in the digital age […]

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Films portraying contemporary women

Films portraying contemporary women

March 6, 2020

Indian cinema has never shied away from portraying the ever changing female character on the silver screen. From Mother India to Thappad, the bold avatars of Indian women have always created an impact on the viewers. Here are some of the films that bring to the audience the new face of contemporary women

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Four traditional Indian games

Four traditional Indian games

March 4, 2020

From Kabaddi to Piththu, traditional Indian games are sure to take you for an adrenaline adventure. Here are four traditional games enjoyed traditionally in India!

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Five rare diseases

Five rare diseases

February 29, 2020

Here are five rare diseases astonishing mankind worldwide!

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