The Palliwal Brahmins

Another story from India’s rural ghost graveyard, the Paliwal Brahmins, residing in the village of Kuldhara was a prosperous society 18 kilometres from the city of Jaisalmer, although they lived in the middle of the Thar, they had adequate water and food supplies for sustaining a decent standard of living and maintaining good working conditions. […]

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EXAMS, GCI & BOOKS

Woohoo! The examinations are finally over! These examinations involved more time, more subjects and more work than any before them. Firstly, I have no idea about how much I’ll score, which is obvious given that its the first time I’ve given exams for the IGCSE curriculum with 10 subjects. As of now, I’m happy just […]

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THE MARTIAN – ANDY WEIR REVIEW

We finally have a book which can rival dark matter, finally!!! The Martian is a book from beyond the boundaries of the earth(actually, it is based on Mars). It is a book full of tragedy, irony, comedy and just pure awesomeness. Every serious moment is atoned for by relief through comedy, the story is perfectly […]

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