Manthan exhibition at Kala Academy, Panaji.
Few days in his new office, Manish found it very boring to converse with his team members. Not that he was shy or reserved person, but most of his colleagues were from one state of India. They would communicate in their local language –both for personal and professional communication. Repeated reminders to use commonly understood … Continue reading The ‘perfect’ Indian team
Numerous studies have found that our lives get better if we are having positive outlook towards life. Our times have seen abundance in many fields, yet there is lack of positivity in our daily lives. Having a positive day can be easily attained with following tips: Start being thankful: There are so many things in … Continue reading 5 Ways To Be Positive
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Goa is a tiny state on western coast of India. It is heaven on Earth in terms of its beautiful beaches, mountains, temples and churches. Having a good weather acts like icing on a cake. Our susegad (laid back/relaxed) attitude is world famous. All these factors make us lucky people to have born in Goa. … Continue reading Goa beyond…beaches and cashews
“Dad, you are so silly!!!” said Juhi excitedly. As I turned around I saw her Dad chilling happily. 30 years in retrospect- if we had said that we would have got a stern look or firm toned message to respect elders. Times have changed and so have we. We have become the median generation. As … Continue reading Are our kids lucky?
Reading is a hobby best given to kid/s at young age. Benefits of reading are immense. We can make our child/ren, a well read person by introducing books at an early age. Following are the few advantages of reading. Intellectual benefits: The more we read to our kid/s, the more familiar they get with words. … Continue reading Benefits of reading to your kid/s
Stories... when I hear this word, my eyes sparkle with enthusiasm and delight. They have always been my companion in different forms ever since I was a child. We hear them from people we meet, books we read or by observing our surroundings. Each person has a story to tell and each story is unique. … Continue reading Happy Children’s Day!!!
When I was studying in First year in 2001 of my college, we had a Political Science Teacher. He called India a 'Developppping' country. He would stress on the word 'developppping' so much that I wondered what he meant. He then clarified that by 'developppping' he meant that it is an ongoing process. India has … Continue reading Independent yet divided India