Hello and Goodbye

By Aastha Katyal Panth

Endings of stories and years bring with them a sense of closure. But when you’re the writer and the protagonist: do you get closure?

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Society (Mirror, Mirror)

By Jasnoor Anand

A musing about the self-image that the mirror of society propagates, leading one to think of themselves as unworthy.

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The Art of Death

By Sneha Saha

“Are you afraid of death? Or dying?” A chilling piece on death and everything that surrounds with, written as a short musing.

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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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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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By Aalia Jagwani

The word ‘revolution’ redefined to fit a new understanding of it. To go beyond what the dictionary says it to be, to create your own meaning.

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Ecofeminism : A Perspective

By Krishna Advani Picture Credit: Google Images Coined by the French feminist Françoise d’Eaubonne in 1974, ‘ecofeminism’ focuses on multiple relationships, such as the equality of two genders (which forms the basic tenets of feminism), the closer analysis of what constitutes nonlinear/non-patriarchal structures along with what comprises holistic and organic processes for the welfare of…

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A Feeling Called June

…June may not be as refreshing as January, or as lovestruck as February, or as rusty as March, or as joyful as April— but it has an unknowing beauty in itself…

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