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Locations in India with No Summer Heat

The season of summer tires every individual, be it a college going student, or a daily working employee. At some point of time, the heat becomes unbearable for people living in the cities and the plains and plateaus. However, India has certain places where summer can’t do anything to the people who reside there. Those places are completely cool in climate and are mostly situated in hilly areas:
Auli, Uttarakhand:
A hill station situated in Uttarakhand with artificial lakes, temples, trekking and skiing spots. Even during the summer season, the climate is pretty chilled and therefore, it doesn’t let the people suffer from the sun’s heat.
Leh, Ladakh:
The high-altitude cold desert situated in the North India stays cool in climate all year. With no summer heat, you get to experience the snow-capped mountains even during the month of April.
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu:
Despite being situated in South India, Kodaikanal is the hill station situated in the Ghats and is one of the coldest places in Summer. Definitely, Southern region residing people have this advantage to stay there to escape the summer heat.
Darjeeling, West Bengal:
Being a part of the Himalayan Region, Darjeeling keeps the summer cool and people residing there have the merit of not facing the drying heat due to the hilly regions of West Bengal.
Sikkim:
Being a North Eastern state, Sikkim goes maximum up to 24 degrees Celsius which is almost like the coolest temperature in Southern Cities. Therefore, Sikkim never knows what it feels to be under the sunlight and bearing the heat of the sun.
India explores all climatic conditions and has certain places to avoid certain disturbing climates, which are these locations, that avoid the summer heats to fall on the people, and therefore, allowing them to live peacefully.

By Saswat Mishra

Life Style Main News Travel

Extreme Sports For Adventure Junkies

Playing sports keeps us fit, but some people not only play to stay fit, but to also boost their excitement and adrenaline. And as Billie Jean said, “Champions keep playing until they get it right. Then they play more.” Therefore, some people play until they are tired of playing and not because they win or lose. Here are some extreme sports for such high-adrenaline adventurers:
Cave Diving
One of the dangerous sports that adventurers explore underwater caves. There are high chances of risk like low visibility, lighting failure, air loss and predators in the sea. Therefore, participating in this sport is like a reminder to sign the life insurance form before diving into the sea caves.
Wingsuit Flying
The higher version of adventure through sky diving is the wingsuit flying. Rather than just free falling, you also glide along with the wind with suit which makes you fly. The only danger falls when you have to land. Because, while sky diving, you don’t need to control yourself with the wind and land with the parachute opened in the midair. However, while flying, you need to stabilize your body with the wind direction and land gradually.
Heli Skiing
Skiing requires a lot of practice and balance when attempted to practice in the mountains. However, the control and the balance are more dangerous to handle you are connected to a helicopter with a harness. The lose of balance can lead to the helicopter dragging you till the base in an uneven position that can be dangerous.
Volcano Boarding
Climbing or trekking a volcanic hill is initially tiresome as it requires a lot of agility and energy to climb a hill and that too, a very steep one. As you reach the top, you get a thin plywood to board down the hill. The steep height makes it dangerous to descend with the thin board for a person, which is why a person needs to maintain its balance.
Ice Climbing
Holding ice on our hands makes it go numb, right? Well, there’s a sport that makes us climb the frozen waterfall, which is known as ice climbing. Much as dangerous as the rock climbing, the climb needs to be done with full agility and energy and should remain intact the whole climb. However, during ice climbing, the disadvantage is the holding support.
These are the few dangerous extreme sports that require high adrenaline and adventure seeking youth and individuals who have the spirit to win these sports with their energy and optimism.
By Saswat Mishra

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Unusual Study Courses Around the World

In order to secure a job, college degree is the basic requirement. And as Malcolm X had said, ‘Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs only to the people who prepare for it today’.
By Saswat Mishra

No matter what skill you wish to possess, in today’s world, every occupation has course to cover and receive degree for. Here are some unusual courses you can study and cover around the world:
Surf Science
In this course, people can learn and prepare for their careers in surfing, which is a sport activity people train themselves for. Taking an example of John Tonkin College in Australia, the institution offers this flagship training that focuses on aquatic training and education.
Zombie Studies
There is a course that focuses and implements learning biological factors and psychology of humans revolving around zombies. This course makes people learn about cells, enzymes, pathogens and disease outbreaks generating humans to zombies. Several Universities in places like Columbia, Georgia, California, etc, focus on these courses.
Puppetry
The entertainment program that is made for children and every feel-good theatre lover is the puppet show, as it creates a great impact of clean display of entertainment to small town and urban audiences altogether. In order to organize such programs, there is a course that teaches how to make the puppets and how to move them with your fingers. From local Indian institutions to high end international colleges, this course is well taught to students wishing to deliver entertainment.
Comedic Arts
Apart from film making, script writing and creative scenario learning, there is also a rare degree that teaches how to become a great comic artist with different types of comedies. Be it physical, verbal or silent, every kind of comedy is taught. In Amazon Prime, there was a show named Comicstaan, where different comedians show and teach contestants on how to conduct comedy sets.
Baking Science
Ever wondered why the cakes shown in the travel channels like TLC, are so classy and well made with different types of props and mixes? It is because the bakers are not only trained in making such cakes, but also are trained to create them well and good looking. The course of baking science involves the aspects of chemistry, where different chemical reactions and concoctions are tested if they are edible to put on cake or not. Since the COVID-19, many people have taken interest to learn about baking cakes and therefore, the course gets more recognition than ever.
Despite being unusual, the course degrees play a great role in giving occupation to people with certain skills to portray in different fields, be it sports, culinary or higher psychology.

Fashion Show

With the philosophy that ‘Fashion is for everybody’ Designer Siddhartha Tytler showcased a bespoke collection for Rosewalk Hospital at Delhi Times Fashion Week at Hotel Roseate House, Aerocity.
Rosewalk, the most loving birthing facility where excellence, indulgence and holistic healthcare converge, is powered by the expertise of Rainbow Hospitals. Within this sanctuary of all-encompassing wellness, expectant mothers can find the finest and most compassionate medical care where the entire experience spells luxury and class.
The Siddhartha Tytler label rebels against the ordinary and lovingly embraces newer frontiers with aplomb. According to him, “Novel silhouettes, innovative structural elements, new-fangled patterns, ‘wear-ability’ and originality are the essential elements in every creation at my studio. When I create a garment, several factors come into play, be it incorporating changing trends or being inspired by elements that exist as part of our everyday lives, and they all are equally significant to the process. Bringing forth this maternity collection for glamorous mothers -to- be, for ‘Rosewalk’ at this year’s fashion week has been exciting and truly fulfilling”.
He is also getting a few lady Gynaecologists & Obstetricians to walk the ramp at this one of a kind fashion show to breathe life into his astonishing collection, aiming to inspire young expectant mothers to woo the goddess within. This will eventually lead to the unveiling of the Rosewalk logo at the event.
Abrarali Dalal, Director, Rosewalk Hospital, “It gives us great pleasure to announce that Rosewalk Hospital has collaborated with Delhi Times Fashion Week, which over the years has helped to transform the definition of luxury and fashion. Rosewalk Hospital is the perfect blend of top-of-the-line medical services and unparalleled luxury. It was only obvious that Rosewalk Hospital partnered with DTFW in a one of a kind display of fashion for the young Indian moms-to-be. We are very excited to put our support behind Mr. Siddhatha Tytler for the finale show at DTFW,”

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One of India’s foremost couturiers, Suneet Varma is a name that immortalises glamour and timeless style. After getting his degree from Europe in 1986, he went on to work with renowned couturier Yves Saint Laurent in Paris. Meticulous craftsmanship, a strong design sensibility and an undying love for sartorial research, the Varma brand exudes fantasy, sexy sophistication and unadulterated femininity for the woman of today.
Associations with some of the strongest international brands make Varma a designer whose forte goes beyond a uni-dimensional profile. He has collaborated with brands BMW, Judith Leiber, Azva by World Gold Council , Moet Chandon, Arttdinox by Jindal Steel, Faces by the Sartorialist ,Diacolor jewels and Swarovski.
Amara is the name of Suneet’s 2019 Couture Collection. “India has a century-old love affair with couture or made to measure for pleasure. There is no denying the luxurious indulgence of precious finery, the magical beauty of one-off embellished wedding attire and the sparkle of personalized jewels that are made to match with it,” says Suneet.

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The on-ramp Tara Bhuyan Bridal / Cocktail wear Collection for 2019 is a tour de force in Assamese tapestry. Having worked extensively with exotic motifs distinctive with Zaree brocade Tara Bhuyan presented a clothing line for the contemporary women. The evening witnessed the presence of HNI’S and Influencers who congratulated Tara on her fashion debut in India. The Showstopper for the show was Filmmaker Rima Das.
The event took place at The Palms Town and Country Club in Gurugram. “Tara Bhuyan” is a women’s fusion wear brand who works with indigenous products and will soon be a Men’s and Children’s brand. It is owned by Tara Bhuyan LLC.
Tara does not have a technical experience in the field of fashion but her passion to uplift the weavers back home in the remotest village of Assam led her to showcase her dreams in the form of her design sensibilities.
Filmmaker Rima Das said “I would like to congratulate my friend Tara for her endeavour and it’s an honour for me to walk for her on the 1st of March as she showcases her collection Woven dreams of Assam as a part of Bridal and cocktail wear 2019.
I was very excited when Tara came to me to be the showstopper for her maiden show in India, even the outfit which i would be wearing has been chosen by me which would be an evening gown in one of the rarest silk in the world i.e muga silk embellished with Swarovski crystal “
The 2019 collection can be divided into 2 parts
Bridal/Wedding collection: The collection comprised of materials woven on natural color palettes that was tastefully crafted, distinctive with zaree (guna) brocade work with exotic motifs and rich hues of the north east. This unique & exotic collection offers a wonderful mix of traditional and western styles. The intent was to give the collection an exotic & fresh look to wedding wear, so lot of experimentation has been done on textiles to get the right colour and weaves.
Evening wear /Cocktail wear/ Diva collection: This collection is unique and applies to all occasions of a wedding and glamour parties. The collection was all about a beautiful blend of Muga Silk & Earth colour tones with Swaroski crystals, intricate detailing and surreal sequin work to give a rich luminous look.
Designer Tara Bhuyan says “My design ideas starts from the base, I intend to work on the bigger picture by visualising the ramp. Through my designs I want to show the world how with the usage of elegant weaves one makes an indo fusion outfit. My collection captures the essence and ethos of the Assamese tapestry. The sensitivity and the warmth of the craft traditions speak within the weaves of the North East.”

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Fitness Entrepreneur & Mr. India Farhan Khan launched his Exclusive Fitness and Fashion Clothing Line ‘Aesthetic Bodies’ with India’s First Fitness Fashion Showcase at Club BW, Hotel Suryaa in the capital recently. Internationally renowned Physique Athlete Shweta Rathore truly epitomized the real essence of a Showstopper with many other prominent names from the fitness & fashion industry posing as muses to showcase the label’s new Fall/Winter Collection.
Adding glitz to this extravaganza were Royalty of Rampur Nawab Kazim Ali Khan; Designer Shalini Chauhan; Socialite Kusum Pathania Nanda; Pop Star Mehfooz Khan; MTV Roadies Famed Nishkarsh Arora; Fitness Industry Veterans Bindiya Sharma, Satyam Kaul, Ranjeet Singh, Chitharesh Natesan; Entrepreneurs Nikhiel Kumar & Maneesh Baheti amongst many others.
Label’s mantra ‘Wear Your Workout’ was justly visible in the collection with each piece of the newly launched line being a true celebration of working out in style with function versatility & fashion!!!

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When it comes to fashion, Shilpa Shetty hardly goes wrong. The fashionista was recently spotted doing what she does best — giving us major fashion goals in a sky blue shirt dress with an interesting cut out around the waist.
We think the Dhadkan actor looked lovely, and the thigh-high slit accentuated her perfectly toned body. It was teamed with a pair of white heels. For the make-up she went for neutral tones which was just right for her look.

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Travel

The season of summer tires every individual, be it a college going student, or a daily working employee. At some point of time, the heat becomes unbearable for people living in the cities and the plains and plateaus. However, India has certain places where summer can’t do anything to the people who reside there. Those places are completely cool in climate and are mostly situated in hilly areas:
Auli, Uttarakhand:
A hill station situated in Uttarakhand with artificial lakes, temples, trekking and skiing spots. Even during the summer season, the climate is pretty chilled and therefore, it doesn’t let the people suffer from the sun’s heat.
Leh, Ladakh:
The high-altitude cold desert situated in the North India stays cool in climate all year. With no summer heat, you get to experience the snow-capped mountains even during the month of April.
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu:
Despite being situated in South India, Kodaikanal is the hill station situated in the Ghats and is one of the coldest places in Summer. Definitely, Southern region residing people have this advantage to stay there to escape the summer heat.
Darjeeling, West Bengal:
Being a part of the Himalayan Region, Darjeeling keeps the summer cool and people residing there have the merit of not facing the drying heat due to the hilly regions of West Bengal.
Sikkim:
Being a North Eastern state, Sikkim goes maximum up to 24 degrees Celsius which is almost like the coolest temperature in Southern Cities. Therefore, Sikkim never knows what it feels to be under the sunlight and bearing the heat of the sun.
India explores all climatic conditions and has certain places to avoid certain disturbing climates, which are these locations, that avoid the summer heats to fall on the people, and therefore, allowing them to live peacefully.

By Saswat Mishra

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Playing sports keeps us fit, but some people not only play to stay fit, but to also boost their excitement and adrenaline. And as Billie Jean said, “Champions keep playing until they get it right. Then they play more.” Therefore, some people play until they are tired of playing and not because they win or lose. Here are some extreme sports for such high-adrenaline adventurers:
Cave Diving
One of the dangerous sports that adventurers explore underwater caves. There are high chances of risk like low visibility, lighting failure, air loss and predators in the sea. Therefore, participating in this sport is like a reminder to sign the life insurance form before diving into the sea caves.
Wingsuit Flying
The higher version of adventure through sky diving is the wingsuit flying. Rather than just free falling, you also glide along with the wind with suit which makes you fly. The only danger falls when you have to land. Because, while sky diving, you don’t need to control yourself with the wind and land with the parachute opened in the midair. However, while flying, you need to stabilize your body with the wind direction and land gradually.
Heli Skiing
Skiing requires a lot of practice and balance when attempted to practice in the mountains. However, the control and the balance are more dangerous to handle you are connected to a helicopter with a harness. The lose of balance can lead to the helicopter dragging you till the base in an uneven position that can be dangerous.
Volcano Boarding
Climbing or trekking a volcanic hill is initially tiresome as it requires a lot of agility and energy to climb a hill and that too, a very steep one. As you reach the top, you get a thin plywood to board down the hill. The steep height makes it dangerous to descend with the thin board for a person, which is why a person needs to maintain its balance.
Ice Climbing
Holding ice on our hands makes it go numb, right? Well, there’s a sport that makes us climb the frozen waterfall, which is known as ice climbing. Much as dangerous as the rock climbing, the climb needs to be done with full agility and energy and should remain intact the whole climb. However, during ice climbing, the disadvantage is the holding support.
These are the few dangerous extreme sports that require high adrenaline and adventure seeking youth and individuals who have the spirit to win these sports with their energy and optimism.
By Saswat Mishra

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Disneyland Paris 30th anniversary celebrations kick off in March 2022 with new attractions and shows at Disneyland Paris encompasses two theme parks, and anniversary celebrations will kick off in just over a month on March 6, 2022.

Image: Disneyland Paris
Disney fans are gearing up for a splendid celebration 30 years after Mickey Mouse began winning hearts in gay Paris. The fact that some of us never outgrow the magic of Disney is just the motivation you need to plan a trip to France this year. Disney Paris just announced what you can expect when you visit – new shows, new attractions, new themed food and drink, and special merchandise.
Disney Village and Main Street Station will feature purple hues and sparkling blue details. The characters will wear new outfits. In addition to Minnie Mouse, you’ll see Mickey, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto and the rest of the gang wearing their iridescent outfits.
More than 350 new items will be available for sale in the Disneyland and Disney World theme parks – bags, jackets, mugs, limited edition key chains, headbands, and toys, among others. Sixty new dishes, delicious desserts, and innovative cocktails are available across the different food outlets in Disneyland Paris.

Image: Disneyland Paris
New Attraction: Gardens Of Wonder and Avengers Campus
Ten different themed gardens will surround the Sleeping Beauty Castle in the new Gardens of Wonder. In honor of 30 iconic Disney and Pixar characters, 30 art sculptures will be displayed. It will be a thrill for superhero fans to explore the new Avengers Campus, which offers new restaurants, attractions, a shop, and many opportunities to take selfies with iconic Marvel characters.
New Evening Show: Disney D-Light
At Disney D-Light, familiar Disney tunes, video projections, mist, lighting effects, illuminated water jets, and – for the first time ever – 200 drones will fly in a specially choreographed routine over the castle. A new theme song, Un Monde Qui S’illumine (meaning a world that lights up), was recorded at the famous Abbey Road Studios by a symphony orchestra.
New Daytime Show
A new show featuring Mickey Mouse, over 30 Disney characters and dancers on the iconic floats performs several times a day in Central Plaza in front of Sleeping Beauty Plaza. Additionally, they will all be dressed in special 30th anniversary outfits.

Image: Disneyland Paris
 
 

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Interview

Women as a whole don’t need an introduction, as I mention whole is what She is’ She is a complete individual, an entity, and in the words of…
Audrey Hepburn “I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.”
By Saman Luqman Bilgrami

In an Exclusive Interview with Style Hut Shrishti told about how she started her career journey.
How you started the journey of your career?
Once I was also a fresh Graduate off course not sure what I wanted to do with my life but I was always certain that i wanted to pursue a career in business, As a women I faced lot of challenges while moving around in Industry but I’m up for all kinds of challenges and complications. I opted for something my parents were always against of, they wanted me to become a teacher. but that never stopped me from becoming what I’m today. I explained them my point and eventually they understood. It takes a lot of efforts in order to achieve what you really desire.
What all difficulties/barriers you faced during your career as Business Women?
Everyone is aware of the problems we as women face in job sector. As a fresh business woman, I faced lack of funds, lack of mobility. It was extremely hard to balance professional and personal life. You would think but as a career woman, expectations from your in-laws, kids and husband never decreases. Although I was lucky enough to have an understanding family that supports and encourage me everyday.
How your family and your husband supported in your business venture?
In the beginning, when I faced a lot financial issues and had little kids, there were a lot of obstacles that my husband and I had to face with time and hard work, we managed to settle things as of today, I’m blessed that I have such supportive and uplifting family that had helped me supported me in every way.
Being a Business Women, what would you suggest to young and aspiring female entrepreneur?
As a business woman, I would suggest you all never give up on what you desire, face your fears, try to manage the energy and not time, Understand your field and most importantly, challenge yourself.
Break the Bias
Break upon the unknow and unseen fears, try new things, don’t be afraid to dream and to aspire for them and to achieve them, knowing whether what ever challenges your aspirations will bring alongside.
 
She Walks in Beauty
BY Lord Byron,
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes;
Thus mellowed to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
One shade the more, one ray the less,
Had half impaired the nameless grace
Which waves in every raven tress,
Or softly lightens o’er her face;
Where thoughts serenely sweet express,
How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.
And on that cheek, and o’er that brow,
So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
The smiles that win, the tints that glow,
But tell of days in goodness spent,
A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent!

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Farmeen Rahman, known as DJ Farmeen is one of the Indian DJs who has successfully been able to motivate aspiring female DJs to try their passion in the field of music. With a degree of Journalism and Mass communication, Farmeen has served as International Cabin Crew for Qatar Airways in her 20s. She is a complete clubbing soul, a nightlife lover and possesses a great understanding of music.
The Asian Chronicle got DJ Farmeen to answer some of the questions related to her journey and life of a Female DJ in India.
Interview by Bhoomika Mohan

Tell us a little about yourself. How did you begin your journey as a DJ?
Since my childhood, I have a sense of emotional attachment with the beats of music. Whenever I listen to the beats, I can feel them running through my body. I’ve been lucky to realize that at a very tender age. After my schooling was complete, I started attending DJ concerts and I could feel the urge to develop songs on my own. This urge got me to join a dj academy and that was where I learned all the basics.
Luckily, within a month, I started getting gigs from different clubs in Bangalore. And that was how my career as a DJ began.
Who do you admire in the industry? Is there someone you look up to, for inspiration?
Yes, of course, I  admire Martin Garrix, Hardwell and  Nervo. I love listening to music. I also love the way they perform and they inspire me by how they have established themselves in the industry.
For me, internal motivation is the key. Inspiration comes from everywhere, but most of the time, it is from the audience in front of me. It is just the music and the crowd. It gives me pure joy when the entire crowd unites on my music.
Do you think gender biases exist in the industry? Or do you think the scenario is improving!
If I speak very personally, I don’t think there are any gender biases in the Industry. Anyone who has required talent gets the chance to perform. It is only about how aware you are and how smartly you grab the opportunity in front of you. In fact, it is female DJs these days who are in huge demand than the males DJs.
Do you think Indian society is becoming more accepting of female DJs? Were your parents supportive?
Yes, I am very proud to say that Indian Society is becoming accepting of female DJs. Nowadays, most of the events in clubs or even at private parties, people prefer female DJs.
As far as my parents’ reaction is concerned. I have been very lucky. I think they’re the most important people in my journey. Had they not supported me in everything that I wanted to do in my career, I wouldn’t have been here.
Do you often find yourself faced with concerns about morality? How do you deal with unfavorable reactions? Do you ignore them or encourage meaningful discussion?
Thanks to Allah, I have never faced negative feedback. I welcome critics, they help me get better at work, and I admire my followers, they help me grow. They never question morality. I believe in positivity and spreading happiness and surround myself with people who do the same.
Do you prefer to live gigs and tours, over studio recordings and album releases?
Yes, I prefer to live gigs and tours because they give me a chance to feel a direct connection with the audience. I also make remixes and release them every month. Currently, I am working on an original track which will be released pretty soon.
Is there a word of advice you would like to give to the upcoming DJs, especially females?
Believe in your dreams and work on it- This is my mantra. I follow the very basic “Never give up” approach. Life is full of surprises, welcome them. If u are really interested and dedicated to work for something, I believe no one and nothing can stop you. This industry is very welcoming. Follow your passion and work harder than yesterday. That is what I’ve got to say to the aspiring DJs.

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Nisha Tandon, a bilingual poetess from Dubai has marked her name in poetry with her soulful poetry. An entrepreneur by profession, Nisha Tandon has used her life experience in a well-articulated and rhythmic tone in her poetries. Starting her poetic journey with her first poetry collection, Footprints; she has come a long way in her credentials as a poetess. Currently residing in Dubai, she has been an individual with various attributes. Apart from holding a reputed position in an HR & Training Consulting Firm, she has worked in hotels, educational institutions and corporate entities.
INTERVIEW BY NITISH RAJ

When did you start writing or how you feel that you should write down your imagination?
I would say it’s genetic. My father writes poetry and I feel his creativity has passed on to me. As a teenager when one goes through a transition phase in life, it’s very difficult to share your thoughts with anyone. I found solace in noting down my random thoughts in my diary. Just that my words were in the form of poetry.
How are you feeling after publishing your second book in a span of six months?
It is an incredible feeling. I never gathered courage until my family and wellwishers after reading my work encouraged me to get them published.The roughly drafted thoughts were already there and I just needed to compile them into a book. The progression from the first to the second was smooth and the journey was indeed an interesting experience. We better ourselves with each move.
What aspects of poetry makes it more influencing than fiction?
For me I do a lot of introspection and draw inspiration from real life experiences and the people I meet. It’s important that the readers are able to connect with the poet. Poetry being the reflection of a poet’s personality makes it stand apart from other forms of art.
What role does poetry play in influencing the thought-process of mere mortals?
Poetry is a genre that creates an aura around the most ordinary emotion. They help to portray a blend of reality and fantasy and resonate with the reader’s life. It is the bridge between our heart and words spoken from our soul.
At the time when fiction has overshadowed poetry, what initiatives are taken by modern poets in order to attract the young readers?
I always feel the essence of poetry is one’s innermost emotion captured right. Remaining true to the feelings and expressing them has always worked. They may have been overshadowed
by fiction at the moment but they shall never be lost. You will always find readers’ who still believe in the age old charm of literature written in verse. Social media has been instrumental in engaging the young readers.
At the time when English language is becoming a part and parcel of our life, how much a poetry collection in Hindi language hold it’s relevance?
Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world. It will always hold it’s fort no matter what. There will always be raving fans of poetry who appreciate the significant contributions of our language in our culture and traditions. The lyrical recital still enthralls the enthusiasts. You can’t deny the fact that emotions are better conveyed in Hindi than in English.
How do you manage time for writing with your loving child who actually need special care?
I feel finding time for something one is passionate about is not difficult. For me penning down my thoughts is like breathing.I can do it almost anytime, anywhere. It’s all about time management! And as far as writing is concerned, while taking care of my child with special needs, I draw a lot of inspiration from her. Her never give-up attitude and zest for life inspires me to pursue my dream of writing.
What would be your advice to the young budding poets?
I would advise the budding poets to follow their heart while writing. Express yourself in words you believe in , they have an instant connect with the reader. Not everyone is blessed with the thought-process required for writing , especially poetry. So one must exploit this talent to the optimum.
 

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White and blue seem to be the favourite colours of Bollywood celebrities these days as most of them have been spotted donning these hues while sashaying down the airport. While Anushka Sharma, Esha Gupta and Malaika Arora sported a mix of both the colours, Shilpa Shetty picked a monochrome outfit. Let’s take a look at some of the interesting airport styles from this week.

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Entertainment

Entertainment Main News

Chipkali Movie Promotions Held in Delhi

Recently press conference of upcoming movie Chipkali was held in Delhi. The event was held at PVR Plaza , Connaught Place. Actress Tannishtha Biswas and director Koushik Kar were present at the event. The movie stars Yashpal Sharma, Tannishtha Biswas and Yogesh Bhardwaj in lead roles. It is all set to release on 7 april 2023.
Actress Tannishtha Shared , “I feel blessed to work Yashpal sir as he is such an experienced and amazing actor. We have put all our hard work in the movie as we were doing workshop in the same house where we have shot since 25 days. I hope audiences like our efforts.“
Director shared, “The movie is a adaptation of drama and a book written earlier but is very different from both. I am sure audience will like our adaptation of the concept and give their love to the movie.”

Profile

Pooja Singh
Age – 19
City – Delhi
Height – 5’4″
Weight -45
Bust – 32
Waist -29
Skin Tone – Fair
Eye Color – Brown
Hair Color – Brown
Shoe Size -6
Marital Status – Single
Present Profession – Acting Modeling
Education – B.com Graduate
Dresses comfortable with all – yes
Dresses comfortable with all – yes
Open for outstation shoots – yes
Open for out of country shoots – Yes
Passport – Yes
Experienced – Yes
Comfortable with all Timings –Yes
Languages- Hindi English
INTERESTES IN

Acting – yes
Print Shoot – yes
Ramp Shows – yes
Designer Shoots – yes
Ethenic Wears – yes
Western Wears – yes
Bikini Shoots – No
Lingerie Shoots – NO
Swim Suits -NO
Calender Shoots –NO

11. Music Albums -yes

Seminude-NO

13. Nude shoot. NO
 
Aim
1.Comfortable with A) on screen kiss- No

B) on screen smooch- no
C) love making-no

2.Indian wear-  yes
3.Western – NO
4.Skirt – yes
5.Bikini -NO
6.Shorts – yes
7.Bold scenes -NO
8.Able to work indoor and outdoor – NO
Any allergies to Dust or Cosmetics – NO
Details of Experience – I have done 7 Music Albums

Contact details:
email: poojasinghmeena349@gmail.com
Contact Number: 9137490977

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Models Portfolio

Bandana Sondhi

MODEL: Bandana Sondhi
Age:29
Height:5’6
Contact detail: bandanasondhi@yahoo.co.in
Based in-South Delhi
Work Experience:
Acted in an upcoming Bollywood Movie
I have done over 50 TVC & Print Ad Shoots for leading brands like:
DLF Mall of India, Somany Ceramics, SBI, TATA AIA, Amway, Shalimar Paints, Maltovitaa, Pullman Hotel, Shangri La Hotel, Micromax, HP Sprocket, Plaza Cables, Coca Cola, Kairtis by Kairali Group, AU Bank, Utkarsh Bank, Times Now Channel, Max Hospital, Urbanclap, Cannon Printer, TATA Housing, Oriflame India, Fenesta Windows, Stockmatketfair.com etc and for designers like Joy Mitra, Sajid Dhar, Gopa Kumar, The Silk Tree, Ritika Malhotra, Nisha Sahai Chauhan, Pranay Baidya etc.

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Kajol’s latest looks for the promotion of her upcoming movie Helicopter Eela have been a mixed bag. The actor has been experimenting quite a lot, but not all of them have managed to make it to our favourite’s list. But her latest outfit — a grey-coloured Punit Balana anarkali definitely gets a thumbs up from us and it seems like a great pick for the upcoming festive season.

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