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The Power of Portraits: Mou Aysha

Thursday, July 11, 2019

" With empathy, compassion and love we can change the world for better as artists " Humanitarian Photographer, Mou Aysha Our world is like a book with millions of characters, and those characters each have their own story. Some stories make a breakthrough while the others get lost in the dust. It is our job as human ...

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Walls & Beyond

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Over the course of history, people have been creating murals to jot down their existence. After all, murals hold an immense significance in our history. They are priceless carriers of knowledge, reminding us about the times forgotten. Today wall art has become a form of urban mainstream art. Artists are creating murals on the interior and exterior of a ...

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Raising a new generation of leaders – Prayaas Ki Paathshala

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Sir Jaspal Godara is the CEO and founder at Prayaas Corps I’ve always loved interacting with children, and I was thrilled when my mentor asked me to cover an NGO for the duration of my summer internship. I had already volunteered with Prayaas Corps. which works with underprivileged students, and I immediately called Jaspal Sir to ...

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With love, from humans of India

Thursday, January 25, 2018

A TRAVELOGUE BY ANKIT ARORA It's a general saying these days that humanity is dead and there is no space for love. Only money can win hearts. I don't know the truth behind this concept but I have been seeing things and instances throughout my journey that refute this claim. I want to share some of ...

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In conversation with Samar Khan, the man behind Metrodoodle

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

A survey conducted in Britain in 2015 said that that the average worker spends a year and a half of their life just commuting. Considering the population and traffic status of India, this number would probably be inadequate. Commuting is one of the most mundane of things so imagine spending more than a year and ...

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A basic guide to attending JLF

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Jaipur is gearing up to host the much awaited Jaipur Literature Festival and so are many other literary enthusiasts to visit the fest spanning five days. Attending JLF has become a sort of ritual to me and my excitement graph, as the years go by, has only seen an upward curve. I love the potpourri ...

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