I hope everyone is feeling well and staying safe at home. Also, I hope you have something that’s keeping you occupied in these times. Given that “bread recipes” has shown … Continue Reading Life Lessons from Cooking
Author’s note: It’s been a while since I’ve used this website as a personal blog. But given the situation that’s happening all around the world with COVID-19, I thought now’s … Continue Reading DON’T. SLOW. DOWN.
Last week my family and I had a brief escape to Igatpuri, a hill station about two hours away from Mumbai. After two days of frolicking in waterfalls and feeling … Continue Reading Vinyard in Nowhere
“You’ve changed” “I liked your older stuff better” “I don’t see your style in your writings anymore” I get this all the time. From friends. From family. From loved ones. … Continue Reading Growth
All photos courtesy of the Wellcome Collection. Everyone loved magic when they were little. Grand spectacles and fantastic miracles, magicians seemed to have powers mere mortals couldn’t dream of possessing. … Continue Reading The Magical Deceit (Exhibition review)
In a bizarre turn of events, Hackney man was arrested for possessing sugar thinking it was drugs.
Interview with UAL Activities Officer Eleanor West:
One of the strangest things about moving away is discovering how many or how few lives you have impacted in your brief years of being here. Sure I wasn’t expecting … Continue Reading ISOLATION
“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” -Evelyn Beatrice Hall I recently re-read the old classic “Animal Farm” by … Continue Reading Not-so-Free-Speech
Have you ever had that hollow sensation? That acute sense of apathy? That calm realisation that nothing bothers you anymore? An asteroid could collide into the planet in the next … Continue Reading A Grand Rebirth