Behind the happiest book, were an unhappy father and his son

Most of us spent our childhood in hundred acre wood with Winnie the Pooh and even now in my mid-life I am enjoying this cuddly bear’s wisdom. Whatever is the stage of life, the stories of Pooh and his gang of friends ignite warmth, an innocence, and enlightenment wrapped in simple words. Little did I … More Behind the happiest book, were an unhappy father and his son

Miss World’s comment is the biggest truth and the biggest lie!

Out of curiosity, I started reading an article by my 14-year-old daughter. The article was written as part of her school project on how a country’s economic growth can rise exponentially if women are employed. An excerpt from the article- According to the website of the Swedish government, “The national GDP in the United States … More Miss World’s comment is the biggest truth and the biggest lie!

Along with Pradyamun, another child was killed!

The boy who slit Pradyuman’s throat also died that day, officially and finally. An ‘autopsy’ of the 16-year-old is underway and the report is slowly being released by the media. So far they have found traces of porn in his nerves, colors of violence in his blood, blockage of wealth in his throat, his appendicitis … More Along with Pradyamun, another child was killed!

The workshop was an experience in itself.Out of all that I have learnt the thing that will stay with me is that it is possible to say a lot in few words. Mansi, class VIIIth, Heritage School Instead of describing something, make a picture with your words.Images stay forever with a reader! Dhruv, class VIIIth,Shikshantar … More

Why it was good to be raised by a pair of ‘uneducated’ parents

For the longest time I have considered myself unprivileged in terms of education I received. Both my parents barely passed school, college was just a dream they refuse to talk about either out of shame or due to fading memory. Even though they had left no stone unturned to admit me in the best school … More Why it was good to be raised by a pair of ‘uneducated’ parents