Showing posts from May, 2016

Guest Post - Two of a Kind by Pranju Chakrapani- Part 1

                                                                    Chapter 1 A stroll I was taking. A thought I was thinking. Suddenly an eye got blinking. And it got me thinking. The boy that passed by me. My mind made a ringing. I have seen him before. A fear rushed from my core. A dress similar to mine that he wore. A walk like me, a perfect score. My mouth felt a little sore. okay. better call this guy, a thought I couldn't ignore. Hi, Have I seen you before?

8 Words That Did Not Exist Before The Internet Era

Do I really need to say that internet has changed our world in many ways? Nope, everybody knows that. Those who are born after 2000 will probably find it difficult to imagine that a world existed before the internet too. But it did. And there were things that did not exist in that pre-internet era. For instance, these 8 words are a result of internet revolution and were almost non-existent before. Though the list is very long, these are the ones which have become popular extremely popular.

Interview- Amit Sharma- Author of False Ceilings

 Amit Sharma is the author of fiction novel titled  False  Ceilings by Lifi Publications. The book launch happened on 12 Jan  2016 at the World Book Fair in  Delhi. The novel is a Family Saga spanning 130 years (from 1930 to 2065) and takes us through the lives of six protagonists who are bound by a secret and live in Delhi and Dalhousie. Amit Sharma has been working in a Software Firm since the last tenyears. He lives with his family in NCR. His wife is a teacher and they are blessed with a daughter with an amazing battery life. Amit is a voracious reader and devours books. His other hobbies include watching world cinema, traveling, digging into various cuisines, cooking, listening to music, painting, blogging (he used to blog earlier at Mashed Musings), making his daughter laugh and helping his wife with her unnecessary and prolonged shopping.

Are You Really Happy?

Happiness in life is a sum total of small moments where you have felt absolutely content and happy. As you seek happiness, use those tiny moments and multiply their intensity to experience profound satisfaction. These words would seem very shallow to many of us who depend on external forces to be happy. But when these words are transformed into action, they take you to a magical seamless world detached from external pleasures. And this is what happened in a session with  Yoga Guru Andre Reihl  under the aegis of Mrs Dipti Gami of  Yog Amrutam, Indore.  While aspiring yogis were fortunate enough to understand that our source of happiness lies within us; Guru Andre also demonstrated that it is not very difficult to find that source.