Category: Prose

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Aradhana’s Pacific Adventures with Crustaceans

Her name is Aradhana and she is a prospective 7th grader at the International School of Panama. Her most prevalent learned behavior during these initial months of Covid-19 has been “Science Curiosity”, be it in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Zoology. We were pleasantly surprised when she was recognized as ISP’s “Most Independent Thinking Student in Grade 6”.

Erebus and I / Ojaswini Trivedi

Who saves us? What protects us? Or are we just living our lives with the illusion of being protected. Of being saved. Hurt is the chalice of nothingness, writhing through the voiceless screams. The...

Celebrating 150 years of the Mahatma | Manohar Khushalani

Gandhi Ki Dilli at IIC, featured plays films and the festival was also replete with discussions on topics and ideas ranging from Sustainable Living, Sparrows to Gandhi’s favourite Bhajans and
even his nutritional philosophy expressed through a lunch curated by Pushpesh Pant, with unfamiliar cuisine, like Bajre ki Khichri, Methi ke Theple and many such minimalistic gourmet items

Acoustic spaces of a Delhi Neighborhood

Acoustic spaces of a Delhi Neighborhood by Joya John                                When we think of solitude we associate it with silence. It is in the sounds that we generate that our sociability is located. Voices,...

The Benefit of Doubt

T H E    B E N E F I T    O F    D O U B T (written in 1993 – way before the cyber-era) by Dr. Reshma I could hardly wait to get...