Finding Veerabhadra: I heard about the Siva temple in Muramalla from my friend Priyanka. My first visit to the temple occurred in the summer months of 2014. Completing my Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, I was visiting my maternal uncle’s home for holidays. Read More
Shifting Perspectives: The Tale of Dead Poets, Caves and Three Fish
As I sat in front of my writing desk, I stumbled upon a response paper Read More
You and I know how to Plan. Right?
Did you ever see a trending article or video and thought this is the DEFINITION of Internet Noise? Like: “Oh my God! Why on earth is this ever created!?”.
The Internet made it easier for anyone to create and publish their content, without a quality check. Read More
Ash and Clay, is an attempt to reconcile with Death and Loss.
“All it is, is flesh and bones;
when it shatters, no one knows.
What do you and I hope to find through the money we earn, the history we learn, the journeys we take, the connections we make and the possessions we seek?
The glories of the past, heroes in the present; the gold in your medals, gifted rose petals; pocket full of money, Read More
Every Sunday, a bunch of us gather at the beach near our hometown and clean the shore. The best part is that we get to do it alongside enthusiastic children who show up week after week after week. Read More
Tasha is a musical instrument played to propitiate Veerabhadra. This is an attempt to understand Cultural Change and Continuity.
Veerabhadra and Daksha Yagnya
If you live in India, chances are, you heard about Veerabhadra, know his story. Read More