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Into The Dark Night: A Struggling Promise Land In The Face Of #metoo

The Indian subcontinent is a vivid picture of myriad diversities, cultures, conditions and values, they say. ‘They’ also say a lot about the privileges of being an Indian. They discuss heritage, references, colonies, structures, education and sometimes, power too. They write a million beautiful narratives on modern renunciations and jingoism. They are in constant rivalry […]

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Romeo and Juliet

If I say love story what is the first story that comes to your mind? For a substantial number of people, it’s Romeo and Juliet. It’s probably one of the most oft quoted literary works ever. From children’s movies like “Gnomeo and Juliet” to pop songs like Taylor Swift’s “Love Story”, the play has been […]

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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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