Every year we observe the season of results and admissions in educational institutions. Only a handful of students get clearance and success in the examinations while the rest suffer from disappointment and their expectations are turned to dust . Our parents always have a better option for us but, these better options are not of ..
Spirituality and Aurobindo Perspective of Sumitranandan PantBy Samridhi Dixit “The spirit shall look out through matter’s gaze and the matter shall reveal the spirit face” -Shri Aurobindo. Spirituality is considered a religious process of re-formation which aims to recover the original shape of man ..
Trek To Nag Tibba – Travel storyby Prakshep Singh Bisht and Shriya Negi Not very far from Mussoorie, Nag Tibba the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas region about 3,022 meters high is situated 16 km away from Landour cantonment, around 57 km from Mussoorie in Tehri Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. This place is believed to be an abode to ‘Nag ..
“Ruskin Bond is my guru”, Anurag ShourieWith his debut novel “Half A Shadow”, Anurag Shourie compels us to rethink upon life which a normal working person is living. Being a well-known anesthesiologist in CRO, Anurag is also an author who wrote the first medical thriller novel. Recently, Anurag was in Dehradun at The Booknerds event. He interacted with the audience about his book and ..
The Temple of Mahasu Devta – In Reference to Bisoi VillageBy Iram Uttarakhand is one of the mesmerizing states of India which has its own specialty related to culture, tourist spots, and education, and most importantly, it has been referred to as the land of God (dev bhumi) due to the presence of many holy temples in its vicinity. The name Uttarakhand has been derived from the ..
Marxism and Gandhian perspective of Sumitranandan PantBy Vidisha Nainwal SumitraNandan Pant was one of the writers in the Indian artistic and intellectual traditions who were initially drawn to Gandhism and Marxism. However, over time, these writers became disenchanted after seeing through the shallow materialistic view of the world and returned to their Indian roots, in pursuit of a deeper meaning and ..