6 min read Macbeth is arguably one of Shakespeare’s most popular works and it has been adapted to screen numerous times, worldwide. One of the reasons for this could be the plot being heavily action-driven that usually does well in the market, however, it will be ignorant to think of it in only this way. Macbeth shows us … Read moreMacbeth VS Throne of Blood|Review
6 min read Colour Vision: Evolution and variation in the animal kingdom; and the evolutionary significance of Deuteranomaly in humans. -Abhibyanjana R. Thatal In a bullfight, a bull is released in an arena where a matador is seen standing waving a red cloth that the bull charges on. A common misconception in this bullfight is that the bulls … Read moreThe Perks of Being Colorblind
2 min read John Mayer is a singer songwriter and an extremely talented guitarist. John Mayer is in all respects a genuine musician. The music video of ‘Bigger than My Body’, is a simple one but the kind that makes you wonder. We see Mayer in his quintessential image, with an electric guitar and a mic. In this … Read moreBigger than my body gives me credit for
3 min read The year of 2018, so far, has seen the demise of a very important figure in the field of Art and Literature in the Indian Nepali community. 6th March 2018 saw Indra Bahadur Rai, one of the most prominent writers in Nepali Literature pass away at the age of 91. The only way I came … Read moreThe othering of your own identity: Western hegemony in our culture
2 min read (The following is an article from Karma Jimba) It seems that the current generation seems to have just stopped evolving and is evolving in ways that are not sensible nor evolving in means that are supposed to contribute in increasing the world’s knowledge and understanding of how the universe works. No, instead the current … Read moreThe Psychology of The Current Generation
2 min read Mahatma Gandhi Marg, most commonly known as M.G. Marg is the face of Gangtok. Carved among buildings and roads in the hill, this is a pavement filled with flora, all groomed with lights that make the place look prettier. By the day, under the blue sky and yellow sun, it almost feels like heaven, with … Read moreM.G. Marg is the mirror of the new Sikkimese Culture
4 min read The word patriarchy is derived from Greek Patriakhēs which means ‘the ruling father’ – used in order to explain a society made of families where the father is the head and the decision maker of the family and where children and the women have little or no say in these decisions. In this structure, power … Read moreA Masculine Mask : How Patriarchy Hurts Men
2 min read As I woke up this morning I checked my Instagram. The grays of our mundane life coloured by the bright LEDs in our screen. We cannot deny the huge footprint of social media in our life. Communication is essential to a human, as essential as the need for food; and technology is the biggest medium … Read moreTo Post or not to Post? That, is the question.
4 min read Do you know many guitarists? I’m a guitarist myself and chances are you know many who say they play the guitar, but do they really? Guitar may be one of the most overused instruments in the present day music. It is especially popular among the young population so much that you cannot go into … Read moreTypes of Guitarists and which one are you?
6 min read How many of us reading this right now have posed with the 사랑 ‘Sarang -love’ (the finger heart)? How many of us have at least seen it in selfies and pictures across Instagram? I’m betting you have. The Hallyu wave or the Korean wave has spread through the world like wildfire. People all over the … Read moreThe Gangtokian Hallyu : Why K-pop is so popular in Sikkim