Author: Dhwani Koladia

Are we forgetting our own culture and tradition in the rat race of Western Culture and Technology

2050. “Momma, what is Uttarayan? I heard my teacher talk about it,” asked the 5 year old. “Umm…it’s a…festival!” The mum tried to answer. “What kind of festival is it?” After surfing on Google the answer to a question by a 5 year old, the 30 year old replied, “It is a festival of kites. People used to fly kites and celebrate this fest with their friends and family.” The mum answered, finally relieved. “It’s such an interesting fest. Why don’t we celebrate it?” Now pensive, the kid asked. His mum handed him a tablet to avoid further questions....

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Top 10 Wildlife and Nature attractions in Broome (Australia)

Australia! The name when we hear or read, we think of cricket. This country has more to it. Like every other country, this amazing country is surrounded by colorful and enchanting nature. Australia derived its name from the Latin Terra Australis meaning “southern land” (name used for the continent in the Southern Hemisphere since ancient times). Wildlife, according to Wikipedia, is referred to undomesticated animal species which includes all plants, fungi, and other organisms that grow or live wild in an area without being introduced by humans. So let’s dig into Broome. [perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]...

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Most picturesque locations in Saalbach Hinterglemm (Austria)

Austria is a country for culture and hiking, for music and dancing, for skiing and après-skiing, and for drinking and eating. Here are some locations of Austria which will steal your heart. Kohlmaisbahn     Kohlmaisbahn is an exotic skiing location in Saalbach village of Austria. These snow covered mountains let you enjoy the sloppy ride and a beautiful and thrilling cable car ride with a good scenic view leaving its long lasting impression in your memories after you leave this place. [perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Also Read:- Northeast- an unexplored paradise! a Journey that stole my...

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Even He Feels The Pain.

Yes, you read that right. Even he feels the pain. Just because he doesn’t show it, it doesn’t mean that he doesn’t feel it. You call him an alcoholic, but he is a melancholic. He shares his pain to these numerous harmful addictions. Though temporarily, but they soothe his pain. They make him forget it for a while. We females often cry out our pain, but he doesn’t. He acts to be strong, so that he can handle us. Or maybe he is so busy dealing with the problems that he doesn’t have the time to cry out his...

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The women who sell their tears :- Rudali Of Rajasthan

  Would you pay someone to cry on your loved one’s death? Doctors, lawyers, teachers, etc are some professionals we can find today. Fashion Designing, Interior Designing, Event Management, etc are some professions we would like to join in. But would you ever like to be a professional mourner? Would you cry at a death of a stranger for money? Well, not today, but our Indian Culture was home to one such profession, where the lower caste ladies were hired to cry at a death by the upper class people. And such lower class women are known as ‘Rudaalis’....

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