A Tribal Quest, a 12 minutes documentary that I scripted, directed and hosted in the year 2009. I did it as an assignment for the Audio-Visual production during my post-graduation in Journalism at Madras Christian College, Chennai. It is based on the Kattunayakan Tribal people of Wayanad, Kerala. In the month of December 2009, the … Continue reading A Tribal Quest – A 12 Minutes Documentary by me on Kattunayakan Tribal people of Wayanad, Kerala
On heaven above and earth beneath, Everything is momentary like day and night. Eternality is what we wish and pray, But like seasons everything dies away. Our whole world rolls… on an infinite chain, bolted with ephemeral knots of drought and rain. An endless cycle… of luck and bad luck, births and deaths, … Continue reading This too shall pass…
The whole world is gripped with the Corona virus scare. It was only day before yesterday when I entered the city of my hometown, I became deeply aware of the gravity of the situation. In the city, my sole intention was to pay a visit to the Public Library. Most of the seats on the … Continue reading Look Before You Invest – A 26-Page eBook and The First Ever Book I Wrote in My Life
An opportunity to talk at an international platform like esSENSE Global was an unexpected one. When it comes to doing a presentation based on my debut book, of course, the talk itself turns into a special one. It has been a long time since I have talked in front of a large audience. I was … Continue reading നിൻകാസിയും ഞാനും (Ninkasi & I) – My Debut Talk on My Debut Book at esSENSE Global.
Few days ago, I was watching a Malayalam movie just to free up my mind. I’m not a movie buff but at times it helps to clear up my cluttered mind. Never mind the name of the movie, as I’m not planning to write a detailed review of the film. I’m not good at it … Continue reading Are Failures Stepping Stones To Success?
For the past few months, I was thinking (without getting any answers) about the human mind’s inclination towards believing beautiful lies rather than facing unpleasant truths or facts. We are happy to be deluded, we love fantasies and we are glad to escape from reality at any time. We don't mind putting a deep hole … Continue reading Why We Love Lies
April Fools’ Day 2018. On that day, I had taken one of the boldest decisions ever in my life – quit alcohol forever. I got back home after a three-day counselling program. The counselling program was helpful, but experience is always the best teacher. I was battling with my addictive behavior for more than a … Continue reading This Is How A Blog-post Turned into A Book
We human beings always love to normalize things around us. It is our innate nature to bring everything graspable to our little brains. So, we began measuring the space in meters, miles and light years. Since the time immemorial, we started calculating time in hours, days and years. We always put a beginning and an … Continue reading When Space and Time Stand Still…
There is a popular misconception in our society that people become atheists or freethinkers by reading the books of Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, or Charles Darwin. But it is not the case. Most people lose their religious beliefs and faith in God by reading their sacred texts, as in my case. It was in the … Continue reading esSENSE & Litmus – The Aspirations Of A Hopeful Freethinker.
Imagine a traditional cube-shaped dice. It has six sides or faces marked with a different number of dots starting from one to six. The dots are also known as pips. Now, consider that when throwing or rolling the dice, only if the face with six pips turns up, you will be considered as a winner … Continue reading Tricking the luck
In the world of trading or investing, you can never find a genuine tutor, mentor or an institute that teaches you trading, technical analysis or any type of trading strategies. In essence, the day you decide to become a trader, you are on your own. You are your mentor, coach and above all, creator of … Continue reading In the end, you can only spot what you know.
Failures happen in everybody’s life. We have heard, read, or watch great people reminding us that failures are the stepping stone to success. Yes, the statement is true but failures can act as stepping stones to success only if we know how to deal with them. Otherwise, failures remain as failures and success remain as … Continue reading How to handle failures with scientific temper
An ordinary person stops learning at the age of 23. An extraordinary person keeps on learning until the end of his life. An average person reads 2 to 3 books in a year while a CEO reads at least one book a week. We have been raised by instilling three mantras inside our head – … Continue reading Education – a dynamic endeavor in 21st century