Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Other

There is this certain invisible “Other” who haunts the minds of many if not all, the other who keeps a check on them and is watching every move, waiting to pounce on them for any mistake which the “other” might … Continue reading

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A little art from the heart

The Young India Fellowship allowed me yet another opportunity to revisit myself. During the module on Art Appreciation we made three art works, two were acrylic on canvas, and the third was with oil pastels on sheet. Having been born … Continue reading

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Of Stories and Needs: Lessons learnt from children

With a few storybooks in hand and activities planned I made my way to a children’s home. When I met them, it was indeed a stark reminder of the gap between what we think and assume and what really is. … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Day Special

I cannot imagine a world without teachers. My mother taught me how to hold a pencil, my father taught me how to draw, my grandmother taught me the importance of eating butter and my brother the joy of sheer love. … Continue reading

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