Alive for the Ardour

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem about how ardour finds its way out in one way or the other. Sometimes it can even look like the ink in one’s journal.

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The Pandemic: A Musical

By Bhagyashree Phadnis

“Art never dies, it’s eternal and is
accessible irrespective of time, place and language.” Read a musing about music that transported the author despite being confined during the lockdown.

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Journey

By Aalia Jagwani

Sometimes the most memorable travels are the ones we take within ourselves. Read about one such journey, and dialogue in poetry.

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Time in a Pandemic: The Strange and Familiar

By Shivani Chunekar

“There is nothing more comforting than realizing, time and again, that we all ask the same questions.” Read about the familiarity of darkness and the habitual stillness of life in a pandemic.

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The Willow

By Preeti Kathuria

A poem about the still and mundane existence during quarantine, until it’s disrupted by the presence of a certain plant near the window.

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How to Spruce Up Your Desk With Home Decor?

By The Pastel Soul

Working from home shouldn’t be a downer, so here are few tips to add décor and make your work from home desk interesting and fun.

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Newfound Ignorance? Pandemic Edition

By Jasnoor Anand

“This pandemic cannot be another one of societies experiences of new-found ignorance. It is time to redesign society as we know it.”

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A Beguiling Breaking Ground

By Ekasmayi Naresh

Life has certainly taken a spin, and these groundbreaking turn of events have been expressed in this poem, as nature re-enters the limelight.

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Avant-Garde Food Life!

By FoodHuntMumbai

All the food items you and your family need to get a headstart on making. During these stressful times, cooking and baking can do wonders!

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Everyday Disjuncture

A journal series of photos, capturing the day-to-day coping of an individual, and the process of coming to terms with the distress of quarantine, a pandemic, and closure/endings.

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‘Untitled’

A personal reflection on the past few weeks

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