Srijan

Feminism

It’s Too Hard for Us ||Nikhil Gauba|| The other day, when I was walking around the campus to get some fresh air, I overheard a group of girls talking about how feminism had changed their lives and how they did not feel like giving two shits about anything anymore. Backing up their actions on the mere thought of feminism, it is barely fair to go […]

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On the Road to Nowhere

||Piyush Sharma, Alumnus (CSED, Batch of ’16) || How many times have you heard people saying these: “What the hell am I doing with my life?”, “I don’t belong here”, “I should be doing something way better than this with my life!”? These thoughts might have struck most of you at some or the other stage in your life. All of us wanted to be […]

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Football

I don’t particularly fancy football. And when I’m writing this, my mind is swaying back and forth trying to make sense out of this feeling that’s hitting me as I’m writing this. Ah! Football. The only beauty that touches him seems to be lying in the greens and browns of the field, and I have found beauty in his rugged leaps and bumps into the […]

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Hiraeth

|| By Sushrut Sood, Alumnus, Batch of ’15 || Beginnings are always hard; I wonder why that is? I remember how Vishal sir (2013 batch and a dear senior to me) put it so simply: “It’s all fun and games until we’re born, then you begin the struggle!” Why can’t everything be so uncomplicated? I recently started another herculean task: to find a university, and […]

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Mahabharata

An Essence of Omniscience || By Dixita Vashistha, Final Year || The path of truth, courage, righteousness is never a bed of roses. Even if it is, well… roses are never without thorns. History is enough evidence of how nothing great was accomplished through tyranny, treachery or dishonesty. Our mythological tales sing praises of those who had the courage to take the difficult road, only […]

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Meanderings

By Aman Kumar, MED, Final Year ___ Okay, here it is. I was getting out of a club. Singing in hoarse toad-like voice with my Brazilian roommate; we were standing on the curb, deciding ominously where to head next: room or some other club as everyone else seemed to be doing. I had my flight back at six. I’m one of those sleepers whose alarm […]

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Life

Life, this four letter word describes billions of stories, each giving a different meaning to it. One day, lost in deep thoughts, I asked myself this question, What is Life? This is the answer that I got. For some, life is just survival, living to fulfill the needs and for some, life is another name of enjoyment. For some, life is their family and friends; and for some, it is years […]

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Unheard

These words however shall best be unheard. Hi, there. You know, since the day that I met you, I knew you’d be important to me. I did. Call me a psychic for having this feeling or call me a psychopath for believing so. I believed, and here we are. You have become quite important to me. Ugh, I know all these words have already been […]

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Blame The ‘Rekha’

By Mehak Dhawan (MED, 2nd year) ___ She sat under the thatched roof, Saffron-clad, serenity. A big red circle between her brows, Beautiful and infinite. There, she thought of Rama, Her husband who had gone out Like all men do. Then Lakshmana, who was wise enough to draw her a boundary as he left.   Boundaries: For safety, a precaution, a limit; Set by him, as […]

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She

By Rajat Katoch (ECE, 1st year) ___ She is not the clothes she wears Nor the color of her hair, She is not the way she looks Be it stylish ugly or crook. She is not the books she reads Nor the words you listen her speak, She is much more than what you see A lot more than you’ll ever be! She is the […]

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