Echoes of Revolution
Tunes

Echoes of Revolution

One of the many definitions of Revolution is that it is an instance of re-evolving. Change isn’t fun or as hopeful as the eye of retrospect narrates it to be. Revolutions take place every millisecond; with every thought that shifts your perspective amidst events of ceremonial proportions or with movements as small as writing those … Continue reading

A Solitary Exodus
Writing

A Solitary Exodus

The sailor opened his ravaged cream canvas The harbor stood impedingly far from sight Beyond the fading orange gleam and approaching purple haze Of the drowning winter skyline, Upon whom the hallowed, salt- crusted, iron gallows dangle The corpses of an unforgiven past hung like the autumn bloom. Where men and women not confined to … Continue reading

Pastel Desserts
Art

Pastel Desserts

‘Sometimes one simply craves sweet confectioneries that also happen to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye’ By Namrata Nirmal About Nirmal: Namrata Nirmal is a nineteen-year-old humanities and social sciences student. She’s passionate about illustration and lettering. Coffee, books and certain Pakistani men (*cough* Riz Ahmed *cough*) are what keep this sleep deprived mess of … Continue reading

Chotu
Writing

Chotu

“Chotu, ek full, ek cutting” Abhinav said as soon as we saw the first chai ki tapri. Chai was his pehla pyar. Every morning, the first sentence I hear since the past six years is “Neetu chai dena.” We sat on the red and white plastic chairs of the tapri, our daughter sitting on the … Continue reading