beyond binaries

From the time we can perceive and understand, or attempt to understand our world, we are conditioned to look at things in an extremely binary fashion- it should all be black or white, or grey. They often say that children have the tendency to view things in a fixed binary, but I would like to…

​A Homage to the 80s pop culture? Stranger Things Can Happen

The elements of a horror movie, I would say, are definitely present with eerie soundtracks, isolated woods, self-playing records, and live walls. What is amazing though is that these spooky props are only a precursor, a trailer if you will, to much much scarier developments.

Civic Awareness. Most just don’t GET IT. 

Rant time! When I  visit places,  I usually like to observe the place – the surroundings,  the environment, the people… You get the drift. On one such visit, on a gloomy, overcast Sunday morning to Lalbagh Botanical garden… Wait,  this was a quite special occasion- I had gone to see the flower show there! Moving…

Trailblazers and Sheeples 

Everyone can change the world. You never know what it is about you that sets you apart from the rest. You may think you know it. But it very rarely is what you think it is. 

My beliefs. 

Is there a particular time by which one should be set as to what ones beliefs are with regards to say, religion, political leaning, music and life in general? Are we too late,  or too early… Or just right? Who decides all this? Jean Jacques Rousseu said, Man is Born Free and everywhere he is in…

Left to me, I’d say you’re Right. 

… an overlooked minority deprived of our meagre demands…
I hope it’s all RIGHT if you’re into bad puns. Actually you’ll be LEFT feeling quite tickled. . . .

Jackey. 

15.10.2016 Let me get this straight, until today, I didn’t know her name. I saw her almost everyday, on my way to the bus stop and on my way back home. She was old and her fur was falling out, so we could see the pink patches on her body. My sister and I jokingly…

Coming Out Day  and Writer’s Block?! 

Check, Please. . .
Created by Ngozi Ukazu, this webcomic is sure to make the romantic in you melt like a marshmallow. . . Or like ice cream on a hot,  summer day. . .