“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 ..
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 ..
Chandrashila Trek“We live in a beautiful world that is full OF charm and adventure. There is no end to adventures, if only we seek them with our eyes and hearts open.” New Year’s Eve is one of the most hyped event of the year and greatest dilemma of all time are the questions; what’s the plan? ..
Mythologies Residing in Sacred Groves and Lakes of DevbhoomiBy Arushi Jain People around the state of Uttarakhand have different beliefs, customs, and religious values. That too in terms of different entities being temples, deities, water bodies, mountains, or even groves. Especially the people living in the rural or semi-urban communities have more reliance in the preachings of their ancestors and their respective lands. ..
“A good journey is the way a place affects one spiritually, mentally and emotionally”- Aditi Mathur KumarAditi Mathur Kumar, wife of an army officer is a passionate writer, traveler and blogger. Recently she launched her book “Love, Whatever That Means” in The Booknerds event. With more than two years career in regular blog writing, Aditi debuted her with book “Soldier & Spice” in prints. Apart from being a proud mother, she ..
Neo-criticism, Chhayavaad and Sumitranandan PantBy 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 ..