Artist voice their protests through paintings and writings for Palestinian’s freedom

Artist voice their protests through paintings and writings for Palestinian’s freedom

This world has seen, is seeing many wars, conflicts erupting between countries or within a particular country. And artists have always found ways to share the stories with the whole world. Some create politically aware paintings, while others make films focusing on the issue. Since the beginning of humankind, art has been used to express and evoke emotions and ideas in a human; has been used to direct attention towards a political cause. Documenting age old conflicts and war scenarios in paintings has been popular since 18th-19th century. It sometimes…

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Avicii- The 28 year old, King Of Melodies leaves us ,but his music will live forever. Here’s a tribute to Tim by remembering some of his lyrics that are absolute gold…

Avicii Wake me up lyrics and quotes

People say a man’s worth is not measured by the achievements he has but the number of lives he touches. Tim Bergling, the 28-year-old progressive house music producer from Sweden popularly known as Avicii, left the world this friday i.e., 20th April 2018 and has left the world in a shock. The King Of Melodies came into the spotlight in 2011, when he released Levels which went viral and later on became the #1 track on Billboard. Even though the Dutch sensation hated this fame and being in this spotlight still he continued…

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Fire beneath my human wings

Fire beneath my human wings

Dreams are the touchstones of one’s character. Dreams are the children of our souls. Dreams are important. Not the dreams that require a soundless sleep but one that gives you a sleepless night. Lovely readers, today I shall write about the fire to my candle. Just imagine, a candle left unlit. It not only loses its function and essence but loses its identity. The same is with dreams that aren’t lit up regularly by inspirations. One fine afternoon, as I was busy dancing onto, ‘Shoot to thrill’, waiting for the…

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Being A Transgender In India

The amount of pain and marginalism this group has faced cannot be described in words. Despite being considered as a third gender by supreme court of India they’re still not accepted by our society Today I was sitting on the Porch with my friends and suddenly came the topic of being a transgender in India my friend who is a 25-Year-old well-educated Girl still avoided this topic I asked if her own son felt like being a transgender what would her response be she immediately responded ill never let this…

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Padmavat-The tale satiating famished male ego

Padmavati, Oops.. Apologies!”Padmavat” — seems to have finally (let’s still keep our fingers crossed people) cinched its spot at the very much-awaited silver screen. Remember the song Ghoomar in which you adored Deepika Padukone? Well, that’s just going be a memory for us, because well.. duh! It’s being reshot! It took “just” five cuts, a disclaimer, and removal of ‘i’ from the title of the film to be queued up to release the film on 25th January 2017. Apart from the fact that the entire nation knows that it is…

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The Pioneers of Shrewsbury biscuits.

royal bakery and co

Royal bakery and co The Pune city is also called as the bakery capital of India.The city’s reputation as the “bakery capital of India” comes from its military roots and post-Independence cosmopolitan set-up.Royal bakery and co is the oldest Irani bakery in Pune.Located at the end of MG road. The bakery was established in the year 1910.The influence of Irani baking comes from all over the world but Royal bakery has much more of colonial influence.As they were the first one to sell the most famous Shrewsbury biscuits, so it would be correct…

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Boman Kohinoor | Story of Britannia & Co, Mumbai

When Parsi communities migrated to Mumbai in the year 1890, there was a king by the name Jadi Rana. The king refused them to migrate into the capital city, Bombay. He said: “My area is full and I don’t have any space for outsiders too.” Then one of the Parsi priests bought a bowl of milk and some sugar. He put a handful of sugar directly into the milk bowl. The sugar soon dissolved preventing the milk to overflow. This was the priest’s way of explaining that just as the sugar…

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Half Goddess, Half Hell

She stood amidst the high voltage wire mesh which was but an imaginary fence of the traumatizing past tainting her body and mind. The girl lost her innocence on a fine spring morning but continued to be naive. Hopeless and helpless she shrunk into the dreary memory lanes and gave up. Fell deep into the red brightly blazing pits of her dark memory. Ruined and ruthless are the people who push away a girl who cares to love, instead of going to war for her. The dark gloomy skies, the…

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Oldest Parsi restaurant in Pune

Dorabjee & Sons Before Ambedkar Bose and Nehru were born; when India was under the British rule, Sorabjee Dorabjee started the Dorabjee & Sons. The restaurant was established in the year 1878. Sorabjee Dorabjee started his journey with a small tea stall where he used to sell the Bun Maska and Irani Chai. Later, on the demand of the locals, he started selling full-time meals. The restaurant is located on the Dastur Meher Road near Sarbatwala Chowk in Camp, Pune. Today, the restaurant is owned by the fourth generation descendant, Mr Darius…

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The part-time writer

vagabond brains

In this competitive world, everyone is trying to win the goals that were set for them by others. They get up every morning, follow their daily boring routines and do not for one second think about what they actually want to do with their lives. And since most of the people in our society work for the IT industry, all they do is sit in front of their computers from morning till evening. Although most of the people, unknowingly end up with their desk jobs all their life, some of…

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