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6 min read Rohonit Hang shares his views on how letting in BJP will be toxic for Sikkim.

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2 min read I was innocent when I was born. There were times when I didn’t know about rape, child abuse, racism and other social evils.I simply didn’t hate anyone or rather I didn’t even know how to hate.There is an unusual calmness that we take for an understanding when we are deluded by the motliness of the Continue reading “https://redendron.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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3 min read This folk story might be different than the one you have heard/read. It is a mere collection of all the folk stories about the two river spirts: Rongeet and Rongnyu.

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6 min read Just as we can understand the functioning of the society or the situation of the lives of a particular time in history by looking at the art of that particular era. Similarly, we can understand the temperature of our present world by looking at modern art forms. The modern world finds itself expressing freely in Continue reading “https://redendron.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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4 min read We can either react to criticism constructively to improve, or in a negative way that can lower our self-esteem and cause stress, anger or even depression and anxiety in severe cases (when you’re surrounded with too many morons to deal with in everyday life).

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1 min read Clean as the morning dew, colourless and transparent it began its cycle
It had but one goal, to complete its journey back to that cloud.

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9 min read “In a country that was of the people, for the people and by the people his selfishness had blinded him. It had always been at the back of his mind, the guilt of corruption always floating there but he hadn’t given it a greater thought.”

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17 min read Her slender body moved with the rhythm. Her hair was long till her waist, a black veil that one could see at the exaggerated shampoo ads. Her black jeans further diminished her limbs to a woody menagerie. Her waist had suffered a massive change, anyone could have easily mistaken her for a woman.

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3 min read The observable universe of an individual on the third planet from the sun is plagued by change in climate for the worse, large scale conflicts, ignorance and an inherent lack of altruism, if he chooses to acknowledge what he sees.

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2 min read “Due to the booming economy, more and more Indians have started to shop online. In 2018 the amount of online shoppers was 223 million compared to a mere 94 million as of 2015. Today, Indians can shop from almost anywhere and get anything they like and they do.”

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