Fire Art

Hello everyone. I am back again and this time with something different as usual. Today’s topic is Fire Art. Well, fire art doesn’t mean you have to do anything with real fire but only with painting. Ofcourse painting fire can make any one nervous not only the novice artists but also the experienced ones. So READ MORE

Interview Zone: The Paranormal Investigator

Hello everyone. How have you all been? I guess great. Today I am back on Interview Zone with the interview of Miss Charlene Lowe Kemp from UK. As the title suggests Charlene is a Paranormal Investigator and a ferocious one. As everyone who reads my interviews might know I do a lot of investigation before READ MORE

Stereotypes about working women: A Personal Experience.

I was going through an article on www.youthkiawaaz.com, that what are the stereotypes about working women, two points caught my eyes because I can relate to them. Which are: 1: Women With Ambitions Are Somehow Of Bad Character And Attract Unnecessary Attention From Men. 2: Careers For Women Are Also Pre-defined – Teaching, Nursing, Medical READ MORE

Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore, some have heard and read about him some have not. Last week was his birthday. He was born in Calcutta on 7th May 1861 and died on 7th August 1941 in Calcutta. He was a Proud Indian He was a Writer, song composer, playwright, essayist, painter. And he received Novel Prize for ‘Gitanjali’ READ MORE

Depression

It is a common word now a days. Someone is less depressed someone is badly depressed. Sometimes it is easy to understand that a person is in depression but sometimes it is not. You might see a person daily waking up, behaving normally, smiling, working for the entire day and then having a sleepless night. READ MORE