MasterChef is a television franchise unlike no other. A cooking competition that revolutionised food in entertainment becoming a household name with successful runs in several spin-offs, this is truly the … Continue reading The MasterChefs across the Oceans
We all know big names like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Arianna Huffington and Mark Zuckerberg. We know them as billionaires or CEOS or giants in industry. But do we see … Continue reading Wanna make it big? – why entrepreneurship is the way around it
Someone once asked me if I truly belonged in Shillong. At the time, ten year old me said “Why wouldn’t I belong?” But then, time and life would end up … Continue reading Stranger in a familiar land
Books are of two kinds. Ones that move you and ones that don’t. Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things leaves you not just moved, but also aching with desire. … Continue reading Book Review: The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
If you’re reading the title of this blog post, you may wonder what this means and if this post is even relevant at all? It almost seems rhetorical for this … Continue reading Is 5 feet tall still relevant?
A comparative analysis of the abridged and unabridged versions of the novel “God’s in heaven, all’s right with the world.”, Anne’s last words as the novel ends and she looks … Continue reading “Kindred Spirits”: Examining the nuances and themes of Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
Most people know me as a student. They know that I am currently pursuing a Bachelors degree in History. They also know I write. Other than that, I doubt they … Continue reading Moments