3 Baraats and A Little Awkwardness

Anyone who thinks the title is borrowed (heavily inspired) from somewhere, here's a shoutout to your observation skills. You are right!! It is taken from a 1990 comedy film which has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 29%. That percentage is the exact one of how comfortable I am in baraatis. 3 baraatis because that's the … Continue reading 3 Baraats and A Little Awkwardness

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Differently-Abled – An insight of their lives

Truly an insight to the world we choose to ignore happily.

Un-Travesty.

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.

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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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Talks of sound (आवाज़ की बातें )

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 )