International Tiger Day 2021

July 29th is marked as the International Tiger Day. This year’s theme states, “Their survival is in our hands”. Get to know what can be done as a common citizen to conserve tigers, and enjoy a video clipping.

Stress

Depending on what’s stressed, the implications change. The greatest weapon against stress is…

Rising Sun is a Lie

We all get to know the truth as we grow up but still choose to believe the lie…

Clouded Thoughts

I ran to the moors chasing a rabbit. Thunder distracted me…

Excuses

Uncertainty is quite common. But, why do we always keep excuses ready to fill the gaps of uncertainty?

Glistening Twilight

Memories of life giggle like the ebbing tides. It’s the twilight that determines the beauty of their existence… #haiku

This post is written in response to the ‘Thursday #writephoto Photo Prompt’ by Sue Vincent.

Bright Night

When you’re bored at night, throw some light. The same is what great minds say…

Picturesque

We don’t say that the mighty mountains might have looked better had they been…

Magic Eraser

Would you be willing to erase a certain part of your life – childhood, teens, the period of 20s, or adult stage?

Pika Pika!

Now, tell me. How do I look?

Cute and compassionate, or…

Right Words

Be someone who believes in the efficacy of using the right words, not only with Google…

World Book and Copyright Day

World Book and Copyright Day is a celebration to promote the enjoyment of books and reading. 23rd April is a symbolic date in world literature. More than ever, this is the right time to leverage the power of books. Grab a book tonight, and get lost in a new world!

3.2.1 Quote Me! – Truth

In this post, I’m featuring a challenge I was tagged to. The topic I was tasked is ‘Truth’.

Secrets

The way you handle secrets show a lot about your personality. But the thing is only you can judge your truthfulness.
“To keep your own secrets is wisdom; but to expect others to keep it is folly.”- William Scott Downey

Quotes That I Love

Quotes from ‘The Alchemist’, ‘The Great Indian Novel’, ‘Pride & Prejudice’, ‘Looking for Alaska’ and ‘Midnight’s Children’.