Shruti Vanjare

Shruti Vanjare is currently pursuing journalism at St Pauls Institute of Communication Education (SPICE). She is a literature enthusiast who looks for muses amidst all the chaos.

The homes and nature centric lives of the Wangads of Wangadpada

Their cow-dung plastered wooden walls and hay-lined roofs… their traditional customs of keeping their cattle and livestock indoors… their livelihood avenues… their food… their religious beliefs… their toys and tools… Every aspect of the lives of Wangadpada’s Warli tribes reflects their age-old dependence on and reverence for the nature andContinue Reading

Staying single still a challenge

“The biggest struggle I had, was with myself,” said Ria Sharma, founder of ‘Make Love Not Scars’ and the first Indian to receive the UNICEF Global Awards in 2017. In conversation at a panel discussion during the TATA Lit Fest, titled, ‘Paving the Way’, she discussed primarily the importance ofContinue Reading

Exploring the Psyche of Anant Chaturthi

The ability to eradicate obstacles is the most proficient quality associated with the elephant-headed Hindu deity, Ganesha. He is most energised to accomplish this eradication during Ganesh Chaturthi, the ten-day festival observed throughout India, that marks his birth. One among the most prominent rituals of this festival is to establish the murti or idolContinue Reading

Jigyasa Singh Exclusive interview

Jigyasa Singh is an Indian television actress from Jaipur, Rajasthan, prominently known for her roles in multiple shows like ‘Thapki Pyaar Ki,’ and ‘Dev 2.’ She is extremely passionate about her profession and we had the opportunity to interview her about her personal life, career and the quirky-lesser-known sider ofContinue Reading

The Devil Breaks a Virgins Heart

The eyes that contain enigmas of the universe written through their vicious fantasies, beneath the merciless tendency to bleed words, from wounds of bygones that haven’t had the privilege of remaining bygones. The yellow shirts and pastel scarves, the magenta bangles and their futile laughs, give away no whispers to the Sisyphean predicament —ofContinue Reading