Dusk in Tokyo
Art and Literature

Dusk – A Poem by Adyasha Ranbir

September 29, 2011 Adyasha 2

The sun gives a mighty yawn and slips down a notch, The sky loses a few bright tints as darkness does encroach. The birds after a weary trek return to their abode, They give their […]

Art and Literature

A Meeting And A Plan

September 28, 2011 Chirag 4

Harry Potter woke up with a start; he was shaking all over as beads of sweat were making their way down his face. He’d just seen an incredible vision;in which Voldemort planned to open a […]

Art and Literature

The Ritual Of Eternal Damnation

September 27, 2011 Chirag 5

The man appeared out of nowhere in the moonlit, desolate lane. After taking a moment to collect himself, he set off at a brisk pace; the lane was bordered on the left by wild, low-growing […]

Art and Literature

My Musical Journey

September 27, 2011 Sudhir 17

Bhartahari, that eminent poet of the yore, once famously described any person who has no interest in music as a cow without a tail and horns. Unfortunately my grandfather thought otherwise. He felt that anyone […]

Art and Literature

Musings Of A Hero

September 25, 2011 Chirag 4

It was dawn in the forest – the chirping of the birds, the freshness in the air and the rapidly shrinking blanket of darkness were sure signs. In a flash, Harry was awake,alert and ready […]

Art and Literature

From Darkness Into Light

September 25, 2011 Chirag 1

This story is for all Harry Potter fans, and particularly for those who wanted a better ending. I really liked Deathly Hallows but one fine day, I decided to make my own version of the […]

Life is never black and white. It has shades of grey.
Art and Literature

The Rainbow of my Life

September 23, 2011 Sudhir 21

Shelley wrote , ““Our sweetest songs are those that tell of our saddest thoughts.” What is so special of sadness? Wonder why do we buy grief. We sing of our tragedy, write reams of requiems […]

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From Sextant to a Sex Guru!

September 22, 2011 Sudhir 4

I remember not so long ago, I had attended a workshop on ‘ The Importance of Communication’ in London. Speaker after speaker espoused the need of a good vocabulary. Alas, all these speakers were from […]


Speed = Thrills = Kills

September 22, 2011 Kanwar Singh 2

[vsw id=”_z8Mnf22D30″ source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”]  This was one of the first of the countless videos uploaded on Youtube with the basic keyword of Speed+Kills.  I think it shows quite a bit.  But instead of […]