Literature

TO A SKYLARK

“To a Skylark” by Percy Bysshe Shelley is an ode to the “blithe” nature of a singing skylark and how human beings are unable to ever attain that same bliss. In […]

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The Faerie Queene

Fairy Queen is a famous epic of Edmund Spenser published in 1590 during the sixteenth century. The poet craftily impersonates The Renaissance and Reformation elements. The poet also presents different types […]

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THE PARTING

Michael Drayton, was an English poet, the first to write odes in English in the style of Horace. The Parting by Michael Drayton is a sonnet. It is a poem […]

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#MeToo – But I’m Not A Woman!…

The #MeToo campaign has again taken the limelight. Many women coming forward to tell the nightmares they’ve been through. We as a third-person watching it put our judgement giving sympathy to a particular gender. We don’t even try to understand another side of the story. We spoke of gender equality, […]

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Gurajada Apparao

Gurajada Venkata Apparao (21 September 1862 – 30 November 1915) was a noted Indian playwright, dramatist, poet, and writer known for his works in Telugu theatre. Rao wrote the play Kanyasulkam in 1892, which is often considered the greatest play in the Telugu language. One of the pioneers of Indian theatre, Rao holds the titles Kavisekhara and Abyudaya Kavitha Pithamahudu. In […]

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Indian Literature : Our Biggest Asset

Indian literature refers to the literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until 1947 and in the Republic of India thereafter. The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted. Sanskrit literature begins with the oral literature of the Rig Veda a collection of literature dating to the period 1500–1200 BCE. The Sanskrit epics Ramayana and Mahabharata were subsequently codified and appeared towards the end of the 2nd […]

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Why I Quit Social Media?

These days a Netflix documentary is trending everywhere named “Socia Dilemma”. It will give you many surprises and shocks. How social media business model control you and how they made you a puppet. This documentary will tell you everything about it.Why do we open a social media account? Just to […]

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Good Things Take Time!…

There was a guy named Peter. He was good in studies since childhood. He couldn’t see anything but studies. He used to be a school topper every year. He completed his schooling securing the 1st rank. He got the admission in one of the best colleges in the city. He […]

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Philosophical Readings

 01 of 10 Reading for Understanding  Tim Robberts / Getty Images First of all, a bit of context. Bear in mind that when you are reading philosophy what you are actually doing is trying to understand a piece of writing. This is remarkably different from other forms of reading, like — say — going through […]

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Termination Built An Entrepreneur!…

There was a village on the banks of river Ganga. There lived a guy named Dev. He was the son of a farmer. Since his childhood, he used to manage agricultural work along with his studies. He was a scholar. He always acquired 1st rank in his school. Though he […]

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Everything is ONLINE!…

In the world of the pandemic, office work is a myth. Interviews turned into phone calls, business deals turned into virtual meets, committee meeting turned into zoom virtual get-togethers.Many people even lost their jobs just because they couldn’t handle computer and operate the company’s online portal, that’s when everybody felt […]

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My Brain Needs You, Pal!…

Linda used to study in a law college. She was an all-rounder. She was good in academics, good in sports, good in extracurricular activities, good in student’s council. She was very famous in her campus and everybody loved her. She had a lot of friends. One day, she was chilling […]

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