Do you remember the person you met last weekend?
If yes then how? By the face, by the attitude or by the way, he carried himself. Try to remember. If it was the first meeting, certainly you remember it by the way that person carried himself. That’s the influence the clothes have. The threads and the darns depict the attitude we carry and the personality we roam around.
1. Superficial Judgment
If the clothes could talk they would have shouted out so loud at those doubtful eyes and a judgmental smile that we give at the straps visible from an…
Religion is a strong belief and faith, for that ultimate supreme power which we believe is the reason for our existence and happiness. It is a philosophy based on spiritual beliefs which is the most comprehensive and intensive manner of valuing known to human beings. It aims to deliver a code that would help to heal the spiritual side of an individual. Unfortunately, one aspect of religion in the life of the world is that it has involved conflicts between religions; conflicts of the sort that sums up to end humanity within humans, conflicts that are the reason for humans…
WHAT IS FEMALE INFANTICIDE?
The deliberate killing of the girl child has been prevalent since time immemorial. An estimated 160 million babies in China, India primarily, and other Asian countries have been aborted or killed over the last 30 years just because they were girls- in a phenomenon, some are calling “gendercide”. A strong cultural preference for sons has existed in Asian cultures for centuries.
Few reasons that have led to female infanticide, as suggested by news articles and reports:
1.) The Socio-Economic face of India:
Being faced with the stringent, orthodox culture of the male child carrying forth…
THE RISE AND FALL OF CLASSICAL DANCE
Indian classical dances are essentially gesture dance.
Indian Classical dance focuses mainly on contemplation, story-telling, praising the
gods, exploiting and depicting all kinds of emotions through mythology and true
stories of many poets and important people in our history and culture.
Then, as time passed, as kings and kingdom became the governing bodies, it was
practiced in the courts of the Kings for special festivities. Such was the effect of these
dances & the dancers that the Kings would be attracted to the dancers & started to
exploit their privilege and wanted to be entertained in their beds as well.
Foodie, a relatively recent word from the 1980’s much like selfie or other such new-age terms, came into existence to mark the newest trend. What trend was it then? As the word suggests, it originates from ‘food’, a pretty well-known word I would say, considering, that’s what people live for. Foodie is a person, who loves food- like really, loves food more than his friends maybe.
Well since the word has come into existence, there have been many self-acclaimed foodies out there, and too little variety of food for them to be satisfied in their region.
Thus, the people or…
Media plays an important role in our day to day life. We stay up to date with the news and the events that happen in the world with the help of it.
It is considered as the fourth pillar of democracy. Its main role is to inform people about the affairs that are happening around the globe. They also act as the bridge between the government and the people, as they can spread the government agenda and various schemes to spread awareness in the common masses.
In today’s world, where most of the parties are looking for profit, the media…
“Game, Set and Match” the most echoed three words in the ears of a tennis nerd, tennis today is not just a sport but a religion for the players and the fans all over the world. With fans supporting their favorite players from around the globe, tennis has changed the way people used to watch sports in the earlier years as fan bases started comprising of people all over the world and not just the team’s home country.
Designed and codified in England in the 1870s, it is the direct descendant of “jeu de paume”, invented in France in the…
“My dreams were all my own; I accounted for them to nobody; they were my refuge when annoyed — my dearest pleasure when free.”
— Mary Shelley
The sky seemed to be on fire.
Thunder roared over the still lake waters, beating like a heartbeat quickening in the dark.
A dark, gloomy daze had fallen over Lake Geneva, with thunderstorms and civil unrest plaguing all of Europe. …
“If Music be the food of love, play on”- William Shakespeare
Music plays a great role in the lives of almost all beings in the world. It has been an important part of our lives since the ancient times. The style has changed over time but the purpose hasn’t. It is the universal language for every creature in the world.
The basic purpose that music served was communication among people. This was achieved by people as ancient as the Aztecs. Aztec music was a constant and important part of life. …
On June 18, 1901, the great Tsarina of then Russia, Alexandra gave birth to a beautiful daughter, the fourth daughter of the Tsar, Nicholas, much to his disappointment. After three daughters, all he hoped and prayed for was a son, but his prayers failed. She was christened Anastasia, meaning resurrection.
Three years after Anastasia, was born the heir or Tsarevich of Russia, Alexei, the last of the Tsar’s children and the only son of the royal pair. Like her other sisters, Anastasia deeply loved her brother and was very protective of him and showered him with motherly affection.