Holy crap! I just found what a massive hit Disco Dancer was worldwide. The song Jimmy jimmy aaja aaja was especially popular in USSR and many other countries- and it is so even today! Now, I’d heard this song long long ago, but didn’t really remember it well, until yesterday when my brother told me … More Jimmy Jimmy… Aaja aaja…
Okay so just another day in lab, and in case y’all are wondering, it’s becoming better and better (now I don’t have to stand in a corner like an idiot wondering what to do, I just sit in my chair whiling away the time all day! lol) But anyway, this post ain’t about lab routines … More Nostalgia, not so cliché!
I finally joined my new lab today and it is my first day here. Coincidentally, Fridays are also the days been allotted for cleaning the lab, and so everyone was busy with putting the chemicals back in their designated places, arranging stuff in drawers and cabinets, discarding trash, cleaning work spaces and slabs, etc, while … More First Day- uhhh awkward!
I’d heard from a friend that it’s best to visit India Gate in the evening or at night (’cause that’s when it’s lit af 😀 ) And so I decided to go around five or six in the evening, and it was worth every bit the appreciation! I got down at the Central Secretariat metro … More Delhi Darshan- I
Recently, a very renowned actress of India, Divya Dutta, had come to my college to promote her first book- Me and Ma- that she has written as a tribute to her mother. And luckily, I got to host that event! During the Q/A session, someone from the audience asked her how different is writing a … More Daily Prompt: Express
The silliest things make me cry… I was just watching ‘La La Land’ and I cried, at the end! Wow, that’s a rhyme!! And now I’m just losing my mind… That’s a rhyme too, have I lost it, like officially? Like big time?? I guess it’s just the hangover of the musical. I see one … More Out of the blue… got you!
Being an Air Force kid, most of my schooling has been done in Kendriya Vidyalayas (central government schools in India) and most of my friends in school were all kids of defence personnel too. So we had our own terminologies which other people might find weird. For example, for us the school uniform was just … More Trends and Terminologies
“What is this for?” asked mother, pointing to the ‘Tethering & mobile hotspot’ function on the cellphone’s screen. “That is for connecting our device to other devices- mobiles or PCs- via USB or Wi-Fi”, she explained. “Oh! Back in our day, only people were connected or tethered to other people, not these devices of yours…”, … More The Lost Connection
An unexpected journey bore an unexpected gift, It brought me you, And I couldn’t ask for more, For when the world turned a cold shoulder; Your smile brought warmth. My voice of reason, My awesome sauce, My sanity-saver. Through the thick and thin, Forever by my side, On this roller-coaster ride. And now when they … More Twin
“The first step is to hold the pencil over the first point, see like this,” her art teacher explained holding her hand over the sketch book. “Now all you gotta do is drag the pencil from the first point to the next along the dashed lines. Careful, do not draw outside of the dashes!”, she … More The first lesson