It's July here and I have been attending a marriage every month since December last year. That is almost 7-8 marriages in the equal number of months. The Pandit jee who comes to our home is kind of jealous now. After 2-3 marriages/months, even he started pitching his idea which involved me getting 3% commission. … Continue reading The Curse OF Friend’s Marriage
When someone wanted to ban momos in India, people lost their cool. Here's the amateur's take on the fiasco.
Truly an insight to the world we choose to ignore happily.
Close your eyes for a moment, how does it feel? It only feels normal because you know that you can always open them again, but what if you could never see this beautiful world again and were stuck in darkness? What if you could never walk on your two feet or enjoy soulful music again? Life with disabilities can be frustrating. Think about how painful it would be to live with other disabilities as well, yet these extremely delightful people overcome their difficulties and strive to inspire us.
Every year 2.68 crore voices go unheard. These differently-abled people are people with physical or mental incapacities. They are one of the excluded sections of the society and are vulnerable because of the many barriers they face: attitudinal, physical, and financial. Addressing these barriers will unlock the potential of so many people with so much to contribute to the world. They face…
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Do you recognise sounds? I am pretty sure you must do. When we were kids, we had a sound to associate with everything. There was a sound for every emotion and every memory. These days, thanks to the slacktivism, sounds are losing their relevance. The only sound we listen these days is actually noise. Shouting, … Continue reading Talks of sound (आवाज़ की बातें )
When was the last time you traveled by train? Noticed these progressive things, ever?
I always wanted to be a villain. The ones with a body that would make Rikishi look better, and intimidating looks. Growing up, I had a fascination with Amrish Puri-esque dialogue narration and didn't find anything wrong with the antagonist's intentions. Several Bollywood movies and TV serials later (Yeah, as a kid, I had nothing … Continue reading Mera Beta Villain Banega
With changing times, the rhymes of work have also changed. We are stuck in our 9-5 jobs and are quite content with it. Here's a poem explaining the process.
Storytelling is a lost art. Stories, which once made the core of education are now lost. Here is the amateur's take on the art of storytelling.
Ahh, so the first blog post. After a lot of speculations on what to write and if would make sense, I finally opened my WordPad and tapped the damn keyboard. As a stand-up comedian, there are many areas I joke about. But, this is one bit is close to me – Indian Driving. So, the … Continue reading The “right” side driving