SAVIOURS COME IN ALL SHAPES, FORMS AND SIZES

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Second chances in life are such a rarity that we often tend to ignore and pass them up even when they’re staring us right in the eye, today’s story is one of second chances and will, a will to turn life around. PJ Regan was on his journey of recovery from addiction, and to help himself out ...

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The White Desert Is Calling!

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An expanse of white sand stretching out to meet the golden colors of the sky during a sunset that is so spectacular that you’d be hard-pressed to forget it, this is a sight that takes place every day in the Rann of Kutch. Nature works in such mysterious ways and sometimes the most unexpected of ...

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A look at artist Lyla Freechild

MY BODY, MY ART

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Henry Ward Beecher said, “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul and paints his own nature into pictures”. One such artist is Lyla Freechild who has reinvented herself to be an artist who isn’t bound by the shackles that society dictates. She herself is an extension of the art she creates and more often than not she ...

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Here’s why you should be at this artist residency program

Here’s why you should be at this Jaipur Art Expo!

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Someone has very rightly said that art is one of the finer pursuits of life. Art good or bad is ultimately an extension of thoughts, emotions, and ideas in a language that is universal and timeless, Jaipur Kala chaupal is a 14-day long artist residency and exhibition program that was started along this line of ...

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Happiness is a two way street!

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Not everybody has the courage to come back to their hometown after a successful internship at UNESCO to pursue a dream that wasn't even clear at that point, meet Shraddha Jain, from Jaipur the woman who did this and then some. Shraddha is the founder of Art घर, an interactive and collaborative platform for art events, ...

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This App Will Turn your Smartphone Into A ‘Supercomputer’ To Help Cancer Research

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This nemesis of mankind named “Cancer” has been known as far as 400 BC, and was identified by Hippocrates, a Greek Physician and the father of medicine. Since then not much has changed. The death rate from cancer has not dramatically improved and we still are far from truly understanding cancer and how to cure ...

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Jan Bonito

This Makeup Artist Can Transform Himself into Anybody!

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  Having loads of free time is great! Right? To most people this is a wonderful opportunity to relax and distress, basically not do nothing at all. But there are others who make use of this time to do something productive like this like this Colorado-based makeup artist named Jan Bonito who can transform himself into ...

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Why Girls Must be Encouraged to Play Sports

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While gender equality has come a long way, there is still room for improvement, especially in sports.   Women are traditionally not encouraged to indulge in sports. Sports are men oriented, where men play and women watch. Girls are encouraged to learn virtues of a good homemaker since their childhood, whereas boys are encouraged to play ...

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RJ Malishka Takes On BMC With This Fun Video!

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Every year, the streets of Mumbai are riddled with potholes due to heavy rains. In fact, potholed roads are a common sight across Mumbai especially during and after monsoons. This year it took only two days of continuous rains for these hazards to show up. Frustrated with the recurring potholes menace, Mumbaikars have taken up humour ...

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Homeless

Hope For The Homeless

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Once, I heard about a homeless man living near my place that wanders the streets in a gauzy, mud-splattered banyan and pyjamas. So, one day I approached him to gave him some money. Seeing this, the homeless guy was shocked and amazed and told me in hindi “What! You can see me? How can you ...

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