Every moment there's a story unfolding right in front of us, all we need to do is observe. Here's a 15-minute observation by our student Munira Dalal who beautifully captures the essence of a Mumbai street in first person. Read it, you'll want to know more...
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There are many reasons why each one of us travels. I travel to live, laugh, share and rejoice what life has to offer. This is what my recent trip to Dehradun taught me.
Childhood memories are the most written about. One such cherishing Bengali poem taking us back to our childhood days is by Lali Roy Chowdhury.
Here's a poem that delicately touches upon the life of several housewives & women in India. It explores how a woman loves to write but is not able to accomplish her passion because of her responsibilities.
Here's a poem on the summer holidays set in rural Bengal, that takes us back to those good old childhood days.
A poetry on life and contentment, beautifully worded by Kavita Samuel. We loved how she beautifies something so real as death through the calm beauty and poise of her words.
Here is stunning poetry which reflects on the aesthetic nature of the night, that brings out the magic of the moonlight.
Here is a poem defining happiness which is actually a state of mind as described by Aditi Makim in her poem, on the occasion of the National Poetry Month.
Who doesn't long for the raindrops kissing our cheeks? Here's a poem that expresses a longing for that one last shower before the sun shines.
Here's a beautiful poem on life that's all about its ups and downs and how it all balances out in the end.