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Rhapsodies Chapter 1 : New Delhi

The Sunday sky was hung with heavy rain filled clouds and Café de Art with people who wanted to read and listen to poetry. Verse of Silence had brought these ardent lovers of poetry through Rhapsodies Chapter 1. Café de Art had quite a secular vibe to it with paintings symbolizing different religions lined across […]

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Little Maryam| Review

The times that we live in are ironic. While we look at relationships through a kaleidoscope of practicality, every single one of us is looking for that eternal bliss called ‘love’. While some find it tugged in the arms of their loved ones, I’ve always found it in about something that is more than 100 […]

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Riverdale Vs Archies comics

Spoiler Alert I think it’s time we address the elephant in the television that is Riverdale. Just about every kid who has lived between the 40’s and now has, at some point or the other, read an Archie comic. Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica are names that everyone has grown up with, a quintessential part […]

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Rejection as Misrecognition

Rejection in love and the way men tend to take it has often and quite rightly been seen as the manifestation of a form of male privilege. But rejection in the matters of the heart is something that all of us across genders do resent. It would be safe to argue then that there is […]

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The Brilliance Of Austen

This year marks the bicentennial death anniversary of one of the greatest authors to have ever lived- Jane Austen.  With that in mind I thought it was time for a tribute to her genius. Austen was brilliant, and centuries ahead of her time. In a world that had ridiculous expectations of women, she created some […]

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Splash Down

Here is a short review about a story “Splashed down”. At one level, it is a story about love. Augustine Joseph and Lilly Antony, two souls deeply in love and engaged find themselves sucked into conventions and obedience. Lilly, a young, dreamy girl, hailing from a “Good family”, tries to be the graceful woman she […]

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Philosophy Against Suicide

“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide”, began revered Philosopher Albert Camus, in his essay “The Myth of Sisyphus”. Camus can easily be regarded as the greatest thinker of the 20th century and his influence on literature, arts and thinking has resonated through modern and postmodern epochs. However, the reality […]

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