I have known Gary for over 4 years, to me he comes across as friendly and down to earth person. Gary Jarman Lamare is from Shilliong, Meghalaya. The feeling of exploration and adventure has made him climb some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, some of them being Kangchenjunga, Annapurna Massif, Cho Oyu […]Read More He wanted to see the world from top, so he climbed Everest !!!
These silent artists are the very people who make India truly Incredible.Read More Thousands of unique jewellery pieces on Indian footpath.
There are still people who care for the Earth. There are still those who want to come forward and spread awareness in the society about protecting the ‘Mother Earth’. I met these fine young men (picture below) who were French by origin, who had named themselves as The FrenchChips were riding an auto rickshaw from Kerala, […]Read More The Adventurists Rickshaw Run – making a difference
Days tend to pass by so quickly, don’t they? It seems not long ago that I was a kid. A world so secure and safe from the harsh reality. A world of no worries, no confusion or fear of what is to come next. The only concern was to complete homework in time. Remember […]Read More Lost, but not forever. – Kasturi, Assam.
Finally the first draft of my book is ready, two and half years of tireless brain work and now it is here, right in front of me. Few quotes/lines from the book are given below. “We lose ourselves in our pursuit to get someone to look at us the way we want them to.” […]Read More Coffee or Passion? by, Paul Fernandes
Not all of us are bestowed with the best of everything. Being not-so-good in a certain field(s) tends to make us feel inept. Seeing a fellow colleague do better – when you know you can do it too and for some reason you just need to but you fail – sometimes just hurts. I know. I […]Read More To or Not to. By Kasturi, Assam
Naisha Christine Richmond Tariang. “Every piece is a vision I had. I’m just giving my vision life.”Read More “Oblivion.” By Naisha Richmond. Shillong, India
Matti War. Onto the Next Horizon Yesterday was the last day of my exams and it was a relief. Four days of back to back papers and term papers makes every exam I’ve appeared for so far, look like a walk in the park. Add to that an ill-timed attack of the cold and cough […]Read More Onto the Next Horizon. by: Matti War. New Delhi, India.
Imran Choudhury. Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? I update my Facebook status before I sit for my final exams, I check-in every time I use the restroom. I post selfies with my new-born nephew even before he is picked up from the hospital and I judge my IQ based on […]Read More Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? By : Imran Choudhury. (Shillong,India)
Paul Fernandes. Mahatma Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869, and died on January 30, 1948. Today- 2nd October in India is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti. “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”. – Mahatma Gandhi. These words have inspired millions of people […]Read More Mahatma Gandhi – The man who had the secret for change. by :Paul Fernandes.
Significance of the colours used in the logo: Red: PASSION. Blue: PEACE. Green: PERSISTENCE. Vision of I B: “To Inspire Lives”. What we Believe: “Your insight may […]Read More The official logo for Imagination Breathing. by Paul Fernandes.
Hey you! Yes you, the one with a broken heart! This is for you my friend. Is your heart broken into so many pieces that you are afraid it won’t be healed completely ever again? Have all your dreams and all the things that you hoped for flown away, carrying your strength with them? Do […]Read More You are not alone… It happens to all.