Craft inspired Fashion?

Hey everyone! So today I have something interesting for you guys. Is an Indian Teenager ready for craft inspired fashion? That’s a million dollar question. A positive response to this could entirely change the fate of Indian Craftsmen. While India has some amazing crafts to offer, our craft industry is declining because the current generation is not interested in this age old legacy. Can you … Continue reading Craft inspired Fashion?

This serene view

The legendary beauty of Nainital. The city on hills with a divine history and an enticing lake. I clicked this pic back in 2014, as this fog appears out of nowhere and blocks the serenic view of the mountains.. “Serene, Calm and quiet The unhampered beauty of these hills Takes a dark turn As this mist looms Like an ominous blanket.” Content and Image Copyright-©TheKayasthaJournal2017 … Continue reading This serene view

The Letter – 2

Wiping my hands off dust A withered piece of paper With tender hands and rustling heart beat Trying to read which might have been merely a caper   “To my future self” The letter read…. “Things are not well right now… But I believe you are better off   I wonder if this shall survive The thrust of life and destiny If you’re reading this … Continue reading The Letter – 2

In this long wintery day

“Its there but not felt, unlike It exists but barely acknowledged Its an untold story Carrying the glaze Of the millenniums it has seen Even though its unknown It never fails to dazzle Like a bright yellow blotch in the sky In this long wintery day” Copyright-©TheKayasthaJournal2017         Disclaimer- All the poetic content in this blog is entirely fictional. Any resemblance to any … Continue reading In this long wintery day

5 Scientific Hindu Beliefs

Hey everyone. Today’s prompt gave me a chance to write about some of my culture’s traditions which have scientific importance. You might have seen in my previous posts that I’m a big atheist when it comes to believing in lunatic traditions, which are of course self explanatory. However these (the one’s mentioned here) don’t make the cut because now when I know the science behind … Continue reading 5 Scientific Hindu Beliefs

Floral Weekends – Crocus sativus

Hey everyone! Welcome to floral weekends. For those who don’t know, this is a segment started by me where I write about some beautiful and strange flowers from all around the world. If you also wanna be a part of this, pingback to my blog and use the tag #floralweekends. This way we can enjoy a number of beautiful flowers. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Crocus sativus Kingdom: Plantae Phylum … Continue reading Floral Weekends – Crocus sativus

Stood the Mighty Arch…

During the last module of my foundation year, we were divided into groups and given an area for research where later we had to propose a design intervention. My group was assigned India Gate. For those oblivious, read about India Gate here: -http://www.culturalindia.net/monuments/india-gate.html It was indeed a great experience, reflecting upon that, I wrote a few lines in honor of the majestic Triumphal Arch “Laying … Continue reading Stood the Mighty Arch…