Cassandra Gaisford is a self-empowerment author, storyteller, and novelist based in New Zealand. She is also a holistic energy psychologist and an award-winning artist. She has an intense passion for passion – an outlet her various roles provide. She believes in magic and the power of joy, love, and creativity to transform peoples’ lives. http://www.cassandragaisford.com … Continue reading An Interview on my Sobriety with Cassandra Gaisford, an Inspiring Author.
This feature write-up of mine got published in June 2017 edition of VegPlanet Magazine, India's first magazine on Veganism. This edition is the first edition of the magazine and I’m really happy that my feature happened to be a part of it’s legacy. I’m grateful to my friend Niranjan Amarnath, who is the publisher and … Continue reading Building Cruelty-Free Body, The Vegan Way.
(I’m really content that this write up of mine got published in The Hindu’s, youth supplement, NXg today.) Irulars are a tribal community ethnically belonging to Negroid race of Africa dwelling mainly in the southern part of India. They habitations are mainly located at Kanchipuram, Nilgiris and Villupuram districts of Tamil Nadu. Their language, Irula, … Continue reading One Night with Snake-Snatchers!
For the students of Madras Christian College (MCC) at Tambaram, February is the month of fun, entertainment and ‘head-banging’ celebration. Finally the time has arrived and the stage has been set for DeepWoods 2010, an annual inter-collegiate cultural extravaganza organized by the College Union Society of MCC from February 10th to 12th. This flamboyant tri-day … Continue reading Blasting in the Woods!
Mr.Kirunda Kivejinja is a veteran Ugandan politician and current Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs of the central government of the Republic of Uganda. On January 25th 2010, he has visited his alma mater, Madras Christian College (MCC) after a gap of more than three decades. He visited the room no: 213 at … Continue reading Face to Face with Kirunda Kivejinja
Venkatesh Chakravarthy,the Dean of Direction and Screenplay Writing in Ramanaidu Film School at Hyderabad is a noted film maker, playwright and an author. On January 13th 2010 he was invited as a chief guest for the seminar titled ‘mise en scène’ organized by Reelty Bites, a film club in Madras Christian College, Tambaram. Excerpts from … Continue reading A Filmy Talk…
This article of mine got published in Times of India on January 3rd 2010. After the publication of this report, several vernacular dailies have carried this story. Consequently, due to the publicity given by the media, an institution came forward offering financial assistance to Harish’s education which gave a sigh of relief to him and … Continue reading A Boy and His Dreams…
This article is written for the School of the Week column of Times of India which awaits publishing. Since its inception in 2005, PSBB Millennium School has been on the mission of creating global citizens rooted in Indian values, traditions and culture. Driven by technology and efficient management, PSBB Millennium School, GST road has come … Continue reading Molding Tomorrow’s Global Citizens
Edited version of this article got published in Times of India on September 25th 2009 Started as a small school in 1983, Maharishi Vidya Mandir Higher Secondary School imparts Consciousness-based education to thousands of students today. Tranquil ambience and disciplined way of life is what one experiences first while entering into the Maharishi Vidya Mandir … Continue reading Gurukula of Modern Times.
This is an interview I had taken during my sojourn at Ladakh. The edited version of this interview was published in the departmental newsletter, Resonance. It can be accessed at http://www.resonancethenewsletter.blogspot.com Rahul and Alex are the coordinators of International Society for Ecology and Culture’s (ISEC) Ladakh Project. Since its inception in 1975, ISEC has been … Continue reading ISEC: A Path Breaking Ecologist.
From the time immemorial, dietary practices have been incorporated into religious practices of people around the world. Some religious sects abstain or forbid from consuming certain foods and drinks, restrict foods and drinks during their holy days. While, others associate dietary and food preparation practices with rituals of their faith. The early biblical writings outline … Continue reading Foods for the Soul.
Imagine you are talking very seriously to someone and unfortunately, ends up by knowing that the person whom you are talking to was not even listening to you properly. How would you feel then? You may feel annoyed, dejected or sometimes angry, isn’t it? Stop. Don’t take it to the heart. You have just spoken … Continue reading It’s All About ‘Plug-in’ Culture!
Today, it is an age of digital media revolution which has brought even sophisticated communication devices in layman’s hands. From a high level executive to a rickshaw puller, all make use of digital technology in their everyday lives. Sending a text message or making a voice call is a common thing for most of the … Continue reading It’s Time for My Media!