1. After the class, as I went outside with my student to show him the bunch of bricks which he had failed to observe before as he entered into the house; we remarked on how pleasant the weather was. Before he could correct himself: he said “there are no clouds and yet it seems as … More Syzgy Plus Plus Solstice!
My father has gone back on his words for four times in the last 6 months. I am waiting for the new smartphone. My mother grandmother and my younger sibling are slaves trapped inside this building. As soon as I get the new smartphone I would write more efficiently and yet my efficiency has been … More Thank you readers and followers
My class finished just a while ago. The environment is brimming with insects. It feels a bit humid right now . Some Birds along with peacock can be heard from here. The sky is foggy but not neptunian aur dreamlike. This biosphere where organic farming is a routine practice seems to be the most conducive … More The morning rituals!
I have my student with me here outside the library of Gandhi Smarak Bhawan. It is raining cats and dogs. We are in a Jolly good mood because of the rainfall and Storm. The wind is very fierce and we have been frolicking making fun joking about personality traits. This is a friendly interview so … More Why None of It Makes Sense||||||
1.In today’s Bhaskar editorial, Gurucharan Das, a senior columnist talks about the lessons from the covid-19. 2. The very fast line uses an oxymoron. It seems he was not joking. 3. The hammer of the government should fall softly on the head of the common people. “ 4. The way he has put it in … More The hammer and head!
The waste of electric power is tantamount to putting more pressure on hydraulic and solar generation centres. For the entire lockdown duration I have been observing the waste of electric power in the stadium Arena This was in relation to the world environment day. The the next. Is in relation to the discretion of the … More Unlocking the charade
1. I only have count of shocks given to me by my parents. My father has not left any form of addiction untouched; tobacco, marijuana, alcohol- you name it. 2. My mother is lustful like my father. She is delirious, argumentative and incorrigible. 3. If I thank them for the troubles they created first; only … More Global Day of Parents
A few birds are chirping around a cute little baby owl who blinks often. It can rotate its head with the aid of its flexible neck. They say it’s malukeshvara: the vehicle of the goddess of the oppolense. Luxeme is her sweet sweet name. Taxeme. Raceme. Laxeme. The birds have a forked tail with a … More Ice Cream!
1. Ajit Jogi and Bezaan Daaruwaala leave. 2. I met an octagenerian. He used to live here as a tenant. The fact that I began reading literature written by Shriram Sharma and continued reading it till I left for Kota, Rajasthan for the preparation of JEE was made possible by him. He had an ample … More Temperature dropped again.
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1. Good News: Japan and New Zealand have conquered Corona. They are however reluctant to share the formula with the rest. 2. Aaj Tak showed 92 news bytes in its super fast 100 at morning 7:00. 3. The number of people dead due to Corona was reported to be 170 yesterday and today. What are … More Newsfeed
I was halted by a small piebald dog. It had a belt around its neck and it was wagging tail. I asked it what the matter was and it jumped around barking. It was an old grudge and yet it was wagging its tail. The chaturthi Moon is like a pelting stone for Venus and … More Existential Nightmares