The vastness of the universe, kickstarting at a cellular level in the building block of our body, at the observation of the cell and its organelles, that's where we start, from the beginning of existence and till the subject of continuity of race. Changes undergoing and undergone, we humans have somehow survived extinction. Seeing other … Continue reading The Rigidly Vulnerable Nature of Human Superiority
Sometimes, the best and the most beautiful things in life are right at our own doorsteps but go by unnoticed, like the seasons that change each year which brings about such a transformation in our environments, they assume newer forms they've never had before and never will have again. We seek multiple sources of entertainment … Continue reading Musing on the Minstrels of Nature
Yes, I got you! You’re certainly (not probably, but who cares, right?) thinking as to why I have given such a heading. To begin with, about 7.5 billion people are living on earth today, and never was the population on earth around 15 billion. A typical Marvel fan might be wondering, “Is this related to Thanos … Continue reading Half of The World is Already Dead
Holy Grail of Packaging – Biodegradable/Organic Packaging Or is it? PREFACE Volumes have been spoken about the menace of plastic packaging and how it is harming both us and the environment. Plastic waste is recognized as one of the most troublesome categories of waste, and disposal of plastic waste has been blamed for shortening the … Continue reading The Pitfalls of Packaging – Is Organic Packaging really the Holy Grail of Packaging?
With the advent of the idea of the word "Nature", an association of trees, streams, mountains and clear breeze paved way for something that stood outside civilizations- not just trees and wildlife, but also Humans. Humans are at the highest strata of the social ladder. Our genius and intelligence can be blamed for placing ourselves … Continue reading The Twilight of an Abyss
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 … Continue reading M.G. Marg is the mirror of the new Sikkimese culture.