Tulips In Holland Are Blooming, & The Photos Will Give You MAJOR Wanderlust

About a month ago, I visited Kashmir. Yes, the trip was full of views that were absolutely stunning, but the place that truly stole the show was the Tulip Garden. I mean, rows and rows of stunning, colourful flowers that made even the most cynical of us fall in love with brightness. So when photos of Holland- you know, the place really known for its tulips- started flooding my timeline, I COULDN’T LOOK AWAY. Really guys, if you’re anything like me and low-key love natural beauty, then enjoy. And start saving up for a trip to Holland. So many colours,…Continue Reading

Raw, Inspiring, Badass: This Indian Woman’s Art Captures Everything You Feel

So recently, I’ve been lucky enough to come across a LOT of amazing artists – courtesy the Uncover project. And most recently, I was introduced to the stunning art of Anjali Mehta. Now, what made Anjali’s work stand out for me was the fact that it’s basically, well, everything I’ve ever felt. Her illustrations are brave, bright, and honest. I suppose that’s because she takes so much inspiration from the world around her…and from the words around her. “Lately, I’ve been inspired by life and human emotions in general. How we as human beings interact with life at different stages,…Continue Reading

19 Tiny, Honest Love Poems That Will Melt Your Heart And Give You Hope

“God Farishte, stop being SUCH a cynic!” This is how most conversations with me usually end. See, I’m not exactly the most romantic, optimistic person. I’m more of a hopeless realist. I don’t really believe in happily-ever-afters. But then I came across Zack Grey’s Instagram – a writer who believes in everything I don’t. See, Zack writes to the soulmate he hasn’t yet found (his book is titled “To The Girl I Haven’t Met”), believing that true love, through all the ups and downs, is inevitable. His poems, though small, are proof that you don’t need big metaphors or fancy…Continue Reading

Read Those “What Your Favourite Colour Says About You” Articles? Read THIS.

What would the world be if there were no colours? God, I’d get bored sooo easily. Literally the only thing that helps me tolerate people is their choices in life. You know, so I can laugh at them (jking). But no, I do see a lot in people simply by the things they want and the colours that define them. Know yours? Here’s a little piece of my mind. Not that you asked, but again, not like I care. Red You sexual beast. You probably just can’t have enough. You want to buy everything when you walk into a mall…Continue Reading

How My Worst Breakup Taught Me Life’s Most Important Lessons

I won’t lie. I wouldn’t want to relive the first half of 2016. It was the worst blow my heart’s taken in a long time, but to be honest if I was given a choice to erase that year out of my existence, I wouldn’t. Because no matter how messed up the first half of it had been, it was one of my favorite years in the almost-30 stint I am heading towards. I am assuming we’ve all been through a breakup that’s opened a gap within the center of our chests with constant pain spilling out. And mine was…Continue Reading

The Racist Comments On Tannishtha Chatterje Show What Terrible State Indian Television Is In

One of the most critically acclaimed film released last week in India, Parched stars a bunch of artistically and intellectually competent actors. Tannishtha Chatterje being one of them along with her team went to promote their film on Comedy Nights Bachao where the actress was bullied in the name of roasting. She was told before the show began that their show is based on popular comedy style that’s called roasting but the anchors crossed the line hardly understanding the difference between bullying and roasting. Tannishtha writes: Something has shocked me out of my wits yesterday. I was invited as a…Continue Reading