The story of Avantika Chaturvedi, the 20-year-old backpacker on a mission to hit 12 destinations in 12 months, continues with some more precious moments that were captured in her various adventures. For the first part of this story, click here. This picture was taken
The beauty of our digital world lies in the simple fact that there are millions of stories shared every day. The trend of sharing your thoughts and experiences with the world started years ago and even though most of us may believe that blogging is
We love pets. The idea of bringing home a cute animal excites children as well as grownups, and a lot of people do manage to adopt a pet that becomes a part of their family. The amazing journey takes one through different stages of learning,
“All the treks we had embarked on until then, were day treks and we were now ready to push our boundaries further.” The second part of Sheena and Kiran’s journey talks about their most challenging trek yet, kayaking, scuba diving and much more about the
Every destination holds a special place in our hearts. Whether it’s trekking up the Everest Base Camp, beach hopping in Seychelles, scuba-diving in Maldives, taking a cruise in Vietnam, or celebrating Christmas in Bhutan with the amazing locals, it’s different each time and each location has taught us something.
Sudeeptha GV, a counseling psychologist, believes that awareness is critical in fields like mental health. Even if people accept that they have a problem, they may not readily seek help from an expert or talk about it, especially in a workplace.
As a production designer, I’m building new worlds for each genre and project. I work with developing the setting, the characters and their backgrounds through visual aspects. That’s what got me excited.
Her journey as a shloka teacher began during a rough phase of her life, “I tried everything, yoga, meditation, Sudarshan Kriya and Just everything to get me out of my difficult situation – My state of mind” and she finally found solace in chanting shlokas – the prayers that are a part of her home even today.
She found her first pet starving and malnourished, “She was in a very bad state. My dad’s friend had the dog with him but he couldn’t really look after her. We went to see her one night (it was during my 10th boards) and we couldn’t resist. We brought her home, her ribs were visible, she was quite frail.”
Minal Arora is someone who uses this unique technique to help people all over the world. Though she still works in the field of IT, her work as a serenity surrender therapist has kept her busy in healing people both physically and emotionally.