Dear Teachers, 18 years as a student and 1 year working alongside teachers, researchers and administrators in establishing a student research forum, Ré, I have grown from within, matured and most of all, cherished every moment of my learning journey. … Continue reading Letter To A Teacher
A place where creativity is a high spot, primarily because there is synergy and interconnectedness that is leading innovation in every walk of life. Continue reading Interconnectedness led Innovation
With the advent of technology and innovation, our speed in getting things done and going from place to place has gone up drastically. With the speed up, I feel we humans have caved in. Hiding ourselves from something that doesn’t … Continue reading 14 Points on Living – Lessons from teacher on his last journey!
My next article in the increadible India project. This article will give you a quick insight on what the Hoysala dynasty has done in the region of Karnataka. Read more to know the comparisons between the 1010 AD and 2017 AD Continue reading Karnataka – Cultural Study of the Hoysala Inscription
My experience of 14 hours of brainstorming and here is the “not-to miss” links to get the most out of a long brainstorming Continue reading 14 hours of Brainstorming
Of all the books I have read for the past few years, this has taken me the longest time to complete. Half the size of a Game of Thrones book but longer it took for comprehending and understanding the connections, … Continue reading The North East – Strangers of the Mist
When it comes to planning for trips, I think I might stand last but one in the list of humans capable of planning. For that is the level of ‘fail’ I face whenever I plan, even if for a movie. … Continue reading The Coorgi Way: My Journey of Trekking and Transformation
People grow out of childhood, they grow up and so does the world. Every year, the calendar is changed and Yayyyyyy, party time. Thats one way to look at it, but what if new years is a day to look … Continue reading Failure, fear, love – How I rode through 2016 !
In the laziness of an afternoon after a heavy lunch, I turn the last leaf of the book that shaped my final few days of 2016, now with hope of reshaping 2017 to be meaningful. Amidst a daze in thought, … Continue reading Kashmir – The Curfewed Night
From the God’s Own Country Where the rain is born: Writings about Kerala Edited by Anitha Nair A long narrow state at the south of the subcontinent, sharing the tip with Tamil Nadu, is the state that the tourism … Continue reading Kerala – Where the rain is born: Writings about Kerala