Hypothetical Setup: Chords- G D E minor C. Hopefully. Strumming Pattern- DU-DU-DU-DU. Just a strumming pattern. Honestly. What you'll need: A Broken Heart/ Voice Patience Kenny Sebastian's silky vocal cords. Onto it. No, you won't need a guitar. It's Diwali, I'm not home, No Celebrations, (Sorry, Cadbury), I'm sober and alone. It's … Continue reading Rime of a Diwali pe Beghar
On generalizations and why one needs to be careful with real life applications of the Principles of Mathematical Induction
What draws us to a 'culture'? There's probably no universal answer to this. For some it is the people, and the ease, with which they accept us, and we, them, while for others it is the stark contrast, to their previous abode, which the new place has to offer. People who know the 'cities' that … Continue reading A Tale of Three Cities
Just another title 'inspired' by an Imtiaz Ali movie. Naturally, that won't be the subject of what is to follow. The question however, is ubiquitous when it comes to films and to a certain extent, books today. A scene from Once upon a time in Mumbaai, comes to me. An apparently shattered, and visibly drunk … Continue reading Why always the same story?
This morning, as I trudged back to my room, From a test, and hence submerged in gloom, The date finally struck me. A day when the grossly underappreciated get their due, If only on Facebook, And attempts like these. English teachers were always my favourites, And I, in most cases, theirs. Every essay, … Continue reading Thankfulness, revisited
In Defense of Harvey Specter
It's been a while since I found myself in a room with four seniors, who made me question what I really believed in and stood for in life. They have been gone for a while now, but that conversation stays with me and will probably do so, for the rest of my life. I find … Continue reading The Dichotomy of Fame