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
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
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?
Disclaimer : Please do not read further if you are a fan of Mr Chetan Bhagat. This is the work of an opinionated critic (of sorts) 😉 Also, I beg you … Continue reading A Book Review of Sorts – Making India Awesome by Chetan Bhagat
Anyone and everyone who is even minutely aware of India’s higher education scene knows that St Stephen’s College is one of the country’s foremost institutions. This is why, after my … Continue reading Freshman at St Stephen’s
Istanbul was one of those places I went to but I was never really a tourist because I stayed for just long enough to escape the tourist tag but then it … Continue reading Travel Throwback #2 Istanbul
I have never felt so different and alone – and terribly out of place until now amidst the hue and cry of the Varanasi ghats. Yet amidst the confusion, I feel … Continue reading Travel Throwback #1 Varanasi