As a graduation gift, I decided to give myself a much deserved break from my routine monotonous city life ( I'd like to add that the Himalayas provided just that and more to me). So, I decided to go on a trekking expedition along with my friends; the trek was also an excuse to have … Continue reading Travel diaries – Oh! The Mighty Mountains.
Once, when I was still a school going kid, my school had a book fair. There were all kinds of books there and although my school had a library, the book fair had all the students'attention. I still wasn't a bibliophile then, far from it, the only books I had read by that age were … Continue reading I wanted to be an astronomer.
The other day I woke up; late because my phone was absent to perform its duties as my alarm, and as soon as I woke up I fired up my computer; my primary connection to the world outside these days again because of the sorrowful absence of my phone. I opened my mailbox, where a … Continue reading Bad things happen to Good people?
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both" Because life seldom gives you a second chance to do something you should have done right the first time. This poem was taught to me in school and at that time, this poem made little sense to me. I naively wondered, … Continue reading The Road not taken.
Well yesterday, I lost my mobile phone in probably the most stupid ( and a tiny bit funny ) way ever. I was returning from a party with my friends in one of my friend's car and while sitting on the seat next to the driver, I kept my mobile phone on the space above … Continue reading Meet the screw-up!
Do you ever wonder what would be being buried under the ground feel like? When I was a little human, which now feels like centuries ago, I used to think of this ritual as completely absurd. What if someone is burying me and I decide to get up for some fresh air. What if miraculously … Continue reading All you have to do is make a dent in the universe, And you have plenty of time for that
On 9th January results for my entrance exams were declared, and almost a month later I find myself practicing essays on topics I never write about, for interviews of the colleges I might not get admitted to. So I figured, if I was going to practice writing, I might as well write something I'm much … Continue reading Benefit of the doubt