Published by Notion Press, Equations of a Being: A Being Who Gathered Moss is Ashutosh Gupta’s debut book. The book features an attractive blue cover that shames the saying ‘Do not judge a book by its cover’. The book is divided into sixteen chapters which are more like fragments from the writer’s life. They effectively ..
False Securityby Ayushi Nagalia All colonies, societies and even individual houses hire night and day guards keeping in mind the safety of all their residents. Usually, two guards are appointed, one works during the day and the other works during the night. However, it is not unusual to not hear guard whistles at night and yet ..
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A letter from her to her motherIt’s true that I am crying, it’s not that I am not trying. I always got you wrong and it had gone too long. Mumma this world is so big, but hearts are too small. They will never let me in, they act as if I’ve committed a sin. This world is not real, they ..
Issue Story-MY CITY AT NIGHTby editor Children with bare body keep lurking around in dilemma of getting some money for dinner. Beggars, with a hope of “meal for a time” is what media knowingly miss to cover. In Delhi and other metropolis, such scenes are quite common but in a city like Dehradun such issues have increased drastically with ..
INTERVIEW OF THE MONTH – MEENA GARG“IT’S AN IDEAL CITY, AND FOR AN ARTIST ,IT CAN BE AN INSPIRATION” A society with intellectual women makes it more powerful and respectable. Meena Garg, the owner of Abhivyakti Art School Dehradun, stands on this term quite well. She is a residing in Dehradun since fifteen years and is a housekeeper cum professional lady. ..
THE FALLEN PILLARS -ISSUE STORYWell!! The sanctified version of flora and fauna in Doon is too awful for words. Since the pre independence era, this city is famous for its climate. Uttarakhand formation diverted the focus from its famous natural habitat, to its urban development. Litchis, Buransh, Pines, Gulmohar and Eucalyptus were the most common trees found in Doon. ..