Highway

Highway For a man who left a legacy, photographs, and his motorcycle behind. We’ve all to take the highway to a hallowed heaven someday. Life’s luggage left at the bus stand. Mere cloth is all that covers this self. Bare feet follow the way of the highway in this lush desert of memory. The wind […]

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I had the know it all syndrome

I always got into arguments that had absolutely no purpose. An argument, simply for the sake of arguing. Picking sides in a battle because I had to be right. Stubborn to step back and too determined to prove to myself and everyone around me that I was right.  ‘Unwilling to humble myself.’ Everyone has his […]

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5 things I learnt doing Zip Line

It’s an experience to try and the trill your experience can never be described in words. How similar is it to our daily life and what we can learn from this enthralling experience. 1. It’s faster than you expect: While on the wire, even before you realise you are on the other side. Believe it […]

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‘Lazy’ ways to be successful.

Some people have been lazy for very a long time. Now when the reality has come knocking at their door, they realise that being successful requires hard work and certain amount of active lifestyle. This can be an arduous task of shifting the lifestyle from being perpetually lazy to active- hardworking person. Hold on! Changing […]

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From Mom’s Nose Pin to Brother’s Gym: How at the age of 9 I realised that gender is fluid, Aishwarya

“Rahul, Raj, Govindda, Ajay…..” the audience blabbers as they were asked to guess the host of OBR (One Billion Rising is a global movement, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women (onebillionrising.org) “It is Aishwarya”, says the host finally. “My name is Aishwarya and I was born a girl.” I am a […]

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Democratised Disruptive Innovation- What could it mean for the individual? Hirander Misra

To learn lessons for the future we have to look at the past. A few thousand years ago, when money never existed, a transaction happened only by exchanging agreed commodities by barter. E.g. Panchgani in Maharashtra where I recently held a TEDx talk on the subject I am writing about now is famous for strawberries […]

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