he school’s founding father was dead, but he still hated backbenchers. I wish I could scream and tell everyone, but if the backbenchers moved ahead, I might end up missing.
In the study of philosophy, a Razor is a Rule of Thumb that is used to “shave off” unnecessary explanations.
Since the time of Aristophanes, women and power have had a conflict of interest seldom portrayed with a semblance of verisimilitude. Despite great legerity of mind, an… Read more “Of Marginalized Women & Power”
A while ago, I came across some 6-Word Horror Stories. I tried to do justice to the theme, and have 13 new rudimentary 6-word stories.
Amidst the fury surrounding plastics (especially the non-biodegradable ones), arises the need to take away life lessons from one of the most resilient man-made object that can… Read more “Life Lessons from Plastic: Our Most Despicable Frenemy”
Hello, Fellow WordPress friends! Hope you are doing well! Please do like the poem on the website, Traversing the Distance Between Saffron and Green | Anshda Raj,… Read more “Traversing the Distance Between Saffron and Green | Anshda Raj”
Indians have always had their works cut out for them. The 5 Indian-Origin Pulitzer winners prove, at the least, that there are some similarities between all 5… Read more “The 5 Indian-Origin Pulitzer Prize Winners And Why They Are Relevant Today”
I would like to thank Random Specific Thoughts for nominating me for the coveted Liebster Award! You can catch up with their “dream in the making” and… Read more “Liebster Award Nomination”
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is a fear of long words,
Childishness births imagination, and adulthood: banality