Month: June 2020

cry.

I have always felt slightly bad about not really having cried for decades. People insist that crying is good for you and that not crying is bad for you. The danger is, you might be going to explode some day from repressed grief (watch this space). And of course in […]

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you are not too fucking sensitive. period.

You, the people who dare to say to your families that you want something different; that you want love; that you want connection? You are not too (fucking) sensitive. You, the people who cry when someone is unkind to you? When someone judges you? When someone finds ways to put […]

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A letter to my younger self.

Remember when you thought 40 was so old? Good news, you’re not ready for the Smithsonian yet. Helpful hint: you are going to need a magnifying mirror to do your makeup at 40 otherwise you will end up leaving the house looking like a clown. Remember when we thought when […]

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My First Solo Trip to Nainital

Nainital is immensely close to my heart. The city has given me a lot more than mere beautiful scenic sites. The town has given me beautiful memories to look back at, and it has taken away my fear of the outside world. The city made me fall in love with being alone and taking risks, even when you might face trouble […]

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Monument of India : The tajmahal

Tajmahal is one of the seven wonders of the world built with white marbles by mughal emperor shah jahan in the memory of his beloved wife mumtaz mahal. Mumtaz was the second wife of shah jahan, she died while giving birth to their fourteenth child. After her death, shah jahan […]

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RECRUITMENT

The term Recruitment denoted that process by which the management locates the source of supply of manpower and then traps that source and it encourages outside manpower to apply for the jobs in the organization and search for the proper person for the right type of job at the right […]

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