By Nidhi Rauthan The term “Freedom” holds great value, it’s the most significant thing in order to achieve independence, to be a success, to improve and it’s definitely worth fighting for. Indian history is majorly about freedom struggle and in order to achieve that, people have been through a massive scuffle and suffering, be ..
By Vidisha Nainwal The 2013 flash floods that destroyed villages and innumerable towns in the interior areas of Uttarakhand have only intensified the migration of people from hilly areas to the plains. According to the sociologists and the activists, it won’t be long when we’ll have to face a major crisis if the rural infrastructure ..
By 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 ..
By Priyanjali Bhalla स्तब्ध ज्योत्स्ना में जब संसार, चकित रहता शिशु सा नादान, विश्व के पलको पर सुकुमार, विचरते हैं जब ,स्वप्न अजान, न जाने,नक्षत्रों से कौन , निमंत्रण देता मुझको ..
By 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 ..
By Ayushi Nagalia Literature, be it the product of any nation, language or culture, is the mirror of the society and the people’s psyche. It is through Literature, the written word, that we see the world for the way it is. The neo-romanticism movement defines the importance of literature as an indirect mirror of the ..
By Nitin Chandola Sumitranandan Pant is well known for his poetry in the Chhayavaad and Rahasyawad genres. He was born and brought up in the beautiful Uttarakhand village, Kausani, in district Bageshwar. Being one of the poetic legends of the Kumaon region, Pant’s work is well known for its romanticism of the natural aspects and ..
By Iram In today’s world, cities are facing major issues of maintaining the cleanliness at public places. Every element of the city has a role in delineating a city. In India, we have a culture of making its visitors feel at home. However, the tourists find the places lacking in cleanliness. In order to promote ..
By Nidhi Rauthan Have you ever wondered what a smart city is? In 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi got to power along with his BJP government, with a vision to make India a fully developed country. He initiated the Smart City Mission under which 100 cities were to be chosen from all over the country ..
By Kushagra Mittal The twenty-first century, oldest civilization, world’s largest democracy, and second-most populated nation. What comes to your mind when you read such eye-catching adjectives for your country? Is it ‘developed’, ‘literate’, ‘superpower’? The reality is indeed very far from it. In spite of being the world’s largest democracy and second most populated nation, ..