Press Release: Gurucool Padhaai Ties Up With Telangana Government

Delhi-based EdTech startup, Gurucool, ties up with Telangana Government for TMR Institutions to integrate Gurucool Padhaai in 204 Residential Schools and 2 Junior Colleges with more than 1,30,000 students across the state. This development has come only a month after the early access launch of ‘Gurucool Padhaai – Learner App’. Dubbed as India’s largest free […]

Metaphysical Poetry

Let’s have a look at a genre of poetry that comprises profound subjects like spirituality, religion, a philosophical concept dealing with a highly intellectual form of poetry that presents the world to its readers in a unique way marked by bold and ingenious conceits, incongruous imagery, complexity and subtlety of thought, frequent use of paradox, […]

Materialism and Society

How much has the world changed in the last century? How much has technological advancement reshaped our lifestyles, and has made them comfortable? What motivated the industrial revolution in Great Britain that began in the 1760s? How would our society have been without the advancement of science and knowledge?    Materialism, the belief in the importance […]

How to Break a Habit

” Every child is special. Kota me IIT ki taiyaari krne aaya hai, toh pehle apni aadatein badal. Mess ka khana achha nhi lagrha? Ghar ki yaad aarhi? Padhai nhi kiya jarha? Ye problems har saal hazaro bachcho ke sath hoti hai. Tujhe kuchh ban na hai toh tu challenge accept krr. Mess ka khana […]

Age of Enlightenment

Until the 1600s, everyone believed that the Earth is the center of our universe, and in this Geocentric model of the cosmos, the Sun, Moon, and Stars were but lights revolving around our planet. Because telescopes were not invented back then, our universe was restricted to only what we could see with our naked eyes. In […]

The Da Vinci Code- Dan Brown (Book Review)

Daniel Brown’s mystery thriller novel The Da Vinci Code was published in 2003. Brown’s work Angels & Demons, published in 2000, was the first to include the character Robert Langdon. After a murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris, Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu become embroiled in a struggle between the Priory of Sion […]

Racism and Its Effect on Mental Health

Injustice in the “justice system”. Ed Johnson, a young black African American man, was murdered by a lynch mob in his hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee, on March 19, 1906. He had been sentenced to death for the rape of Nevada Taylor, but a stay of execution had been given by Justice John Marshall Harlan of […]

Why to Quit?

As we go about our lives, we’re continually reminded of why giving up isn’t an option and what to do if you’re on the verge of giving up, but what if what you’re doing is consuming too much of your time and effort while providing no joy or satisfaction? What if it’s merely causing you […]

Information Overload

We’ve all been told at some point in our lives not to anticipate, hope, or love too much since too much of anything makes us miserable when our expectations aren’t met. The concept of information overload is based on the same concept; ‘infobesity’ if you may call it, is a combination of two words ‘information’ […]

Link Between Creativity and Psychological Illness

Creativity and Psychological Illness

“For the poet is a light and winged and holy thing, and there is no invention in him until he has been inspired and is out of his senses and the mind is no longer in him; […] ” (Plato, ‘Ion’) The above excerpt can be summed up as the saying that people should inevitably […]