15Nov

Cooking: An Art & Life Skill

It is often said that a true foodie is someone who enjoys eating, cooking, and serving food. To know only to eat without knowing to cook, or to savor delicacies without knowing what creates a particular taste, is to know food incompletely. The understanding of food, tastes, and the significance is, thus, best realised by...

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6Nov

6 Interesting Career Options for Foodies

If you are a foodie and want to make a career in and around the world of food, you don’t necessarily have to be the best in cooking or baking, you could love food and make a profession around it inside or outside a kitchen. Here are a few paths to discover yourself as an...

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3Nov

Indian Food and the Masala of Life

If we were to send you on an Indian food sojourn, how many days would you really need to just taste all the varieties of food items that can be found in India? Difficult to comprehend, right?  India is known for its uniquely diverse food culture and the habits pertaining to it. Unlike the fine...

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4Sep

Icon of Hindi Poetry: Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

“Pen is mightier than the sword.” Many authors and poets throughout history have proven this statement. The inspiring words and captivating stories that a writer nurtures and creates, often become a source of motivation and guidance for readers. Ramdhari Singh Dinkar was one such writer whose words have continued to inspire many generations.  Born on...

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15Aug

The Creative Diary of a ‘Quaranteen’

Here’s a poem by a teenager, who penned down her personal experiences during the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic in India. Read to find out how she applied her creativity to express her emotions and thoughts.  The Challenge that Brought Out the Best in Me Freaked out over the final exams Reading and revising...

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1Jun

Lockdown Learnings: Essay from an 11th Grader

The long period of COVID-enforced lockdown forced us to take a pause from our high-paced routines, introspect, and reflect. To understand what teenagers have been thinking about during this time, we conducted an Essay Writing Competition on ‘Self Reflection’. A grade 11 student from New Delhi submitted an interesting essay and went on to be...

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1May

5 Movies Depicting the Loving Parent-Child Bond

Parent-child relations are perhaps the strangest of all loving relationships. We unconditionally love them, yet as we grow in age, we realize the generation gap is real. There comes a time in life, when we start to resist and dislike their interference in different aspects of our lives – this is also a way of...

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