3 min read Let your mind be free of prejudice for next 3 – 4 mins. For once forget the ability to differentiate between the ugly and the beautiful, good and bad, sad and happy, disgusting and soothing. Imagine your mind to be like the sky. Forget the colours and forget that you want success or need a … Read moreYou’re a Masterpiece of Evolution
3 min read Sikkimese, we pride ourselves in being one of the most developed and progressive people in the north eastern regions. We have had the boom of tourism and we have numerous amount of tourist both foreign and local swarming in our tiny Himalayan state. Though our economy seems to be moving upward we have our fair … Read moreShadows in Dark
7 min read Whether you’re a digital nomad or just a travel enthusiast seeking for that perfect getaway, Sikkim has definitely got to be on your bucket list. This might sound like an exaggeration but trust me, travelling to Sikkim is like one of those classic Bollywood locations where you can picture yourself driving along the serpentine roads … Read moreGet Out Of The Smog- An Ultimate Guide To Touring in Sikkim
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
3 min read The Himalayan foothills host a passionate group of people, lively and on the move at all times. One thing that an amazing number of North-Eastern people hold dear is the game of football, spending most of their evenings either playing or watching a game. The magnificence of Gangtok’s footballing arena cannot escape one’s eyes. Palzor … Read moreKick – Off | Why is Football so prevalent in Sikkim?
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