Upgrade your Smartphone to a Superphone | Apps that can potentially turn your life around

5 min read Ever since the inception of Android as a mobile operating system, the number of Android applications has increased exponentially. Meaning there are multiple apps that cater to the same functionality. So, instead of trying all of them, why not save your precious time by trying these compiled lists of the best free and paid Android … Read moreUpgrade your Smartphone to a Superphone | Apps that can potentially turn your life around

Life has treated us well

2 min read Although, we’ve had our own bunch of insecurities and inferiorities creeping in from our cerebrum,Although life has seldom dragged us inside dungeons of what our minds tell us look like hell; Life has and continues to provide us with our own special set of “ups and downs”, only later to be fondly remembered as memories. … Read moreLife has treated us well

A Difficult Topic

2 min read With a password well known, I swipe and swipe just to come across headlines that might, trigger my interior out of good sight. “Molestation”, bewailed the headline. As I felt anger seeping in with a sign of no indulgence, but a crime of aspiring to excruciate the one molester next in line. The perpetuity of … Read moreA Difficult Topic

Andhyaroo

3 min read By Wangchuk Bhutia It was early afternoon and the sky was confused whether it was winter,  summer or the monsoons. I  strolled up and down Kalimpong’s  Main Road three times and an unfamiliar feeling that I managed to recognize at once struck me heavily, bluntly; it stabbed me and it cloaked me. It was this … Read moreAndhyaroo

Winter Evenings

< 1 min read Winter evenings. The muse of the very first poem ever written, could be. The ambiguous tinge of early darkness Evokes emotion, resembles loneliness, longs warmth. Men buried deep into their layers of wool, Yearning a warm supper after an arduous day’s work And the love of a good woman. Home. Empty streets. A home only … Read moreWinter Evenings