Why you should be focused on your Mental-Health during Covid-19?

Whether you are a student, a homemaker or a working professional, everyone has had their lives disrupted due to the outbreak of the Covid-19. The impact that the two months of lockdown have had on an individual’s mental health cannot be holistically determined. Some find themselves in situations more adverse than others. Thus to establish some sort of parity, it is safe to assume that EVERYONE has had to face difficulties in respect to their individual benchmarks.

Just Greeking- Day 2!

About 6.5 km stretch of land with a depth of 26m at its minimum, the Corinth Canal is a famous tourist destination located outside the city of Athens. This man-made canal connects the Saracean part of the Sea to that of the Aegean Sea.

Book Review- ‘The Woman in the window’

‘I peer over the lip of the glass at the inbox, empty except for a single message, the subject line blank, the sender’s name in bold.


My teeth chink on the glass. I stare at the screen. The air around me is suddenly thin.’

Social Experiment- Picaption!

Would a particular photograph act as the stimulus to a similar set of reactions in others, in comparison to that experienced by myself? And if there is a variation, how will it affect the view points of all the others who are engaged in the same activity.

How We ‘See’ What We See!

Ever come across a composition which has a unique composition of positive and negative space? Read on to find out how you perceive the forms in these images and the manner in which you do!

The Simple Things In Life!

‘If you can make one heap of all your winnings     And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss, And lose, and start again at your beginnings     And never breathe a word about your loss; If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew     To serve your turn long after they are…

Food: A Conversation ‘Starter’?

My obsession with cuisine started with the onset of my travels and my culinary palate saw no end to its craving after the initial outburst. Being a fussy eater during my childhood, this change came as a blessing in disguise or at least that’s what my mother said, since she thought that I would put…