“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it … Continue reading Lockdown Diaries: What Has The Pandemic Taught Us?
From Solitary Meals To Vacations – A Step Towards Positive Mental Health
So now that I've begun enjoying solitary meals, it was time to take the next step - solo vacation. Now this has been something that I've been hesitant about since a long time. It's probably because vacations, in our conventional sense, has always been a group event. Even I've always travelled in groups of friends … Continue reading From Solitary Meals To Vacations – A Step Towards Positive Mental Health
Tomato Soup with a Dollop of Butter: Food Tripping with Indian Railways
Shouvik Das writes an ode to the Indian Railways -- the world’s most romantic mode of travel. I have always been a romantic when it comes to train travel. While my profession has forced me into becoming a frequent air traveller, I often take time out to book myself a long-distance train ride whenever I am … Continue reading Tomato Soup with a Dollop of Butter: Food Tripping with Indian Railways
Of The Virtual Monster Called Social Media
In today's time social media is inescapable. If you tell someone that you are not a user of this medium there are high chances that you'll be looked at as someone who is odd. It is not just a matter of choice anymore to have a presence on these platforms as now they're the first … Continue reading Of The Virtual Monster Called Social Media