“In foolishness, I have gained wisdom. By falling, I have risen. In rebelling against God, I have accepted him. By stammering, I have learned to speak. And by hating, I have learned to love.” These handful of words sum up the book’s motive perfectly. Published by Srishti Publishers and Distributors, Inside The Heart of Hope ..
Peer pressure was a kind of depression which I have experienced – Devika DasAuthors are extraordinary in their own ways. Devika Das, a pioneering author was in Doon for Book Launch event of The Booknerds. She exemplifies the statement “living life on own terms”. Her second book “The Mind Game” is based on the process of motivation and self-help during depression. Devika is currently working as a senior ..
The Ghost Villages – A result of political ignoranceby Priyanjali Bhalla People living in the cities live together in a society and crib about growing population due to immigration of people. But do we do anything about it ?Just comment and turn a blind eye to the issue of immigration unaware of the fact the somewhere in the isolated hills a lonely soul ..
Influenced by Indian transcendence – BEATLES IN INDIAThe most significant and famous band of the planet The Beatles’. Winning the heart of the world and getting the height of their popularity in early 1960s, traveled India to the foot of Himalayas in Rishikesh in search of something which cannot be gained by either money or fame. They spent two months in the ..
Editorial, August 2016A part gets nearer to us during night, because in the darkness of the universe, there is only the interim soul on which we can rely on. Many cities get projected about the night’s fun and delight they have. As far as my Doon is considered, it is sober; it doesn’t have pubs and bars ..
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 ..