Wanderer's Ink

Strains

November 14, 2018 No Comments

A dream so vain, it poisons; The sleep of the vile, it’s vial. With drops so sweet, it reigns; And I dance to the envy of life.   A voice so pure, it blinds; A creature of the dark, it preys. Oaths of an age lie in shards, And I dance to the lashes of time. […]

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A.R.T

November 14, 2018 1 Comment

The Earth as we know it today has seen many species and races in her history. The first big species that roamed this great planet were the dinosaurs. After their extinction, came the apes and the gradually us humans came into the picture. This is the knowledge of the masses and let’s not dive deep […]

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Screams of survival

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Helvetica Neue. What kind of ridiculous word is that? To be saying that these words are written with that font, quite soothing if you ask me, but the name though. Ridiculous naming system. Yes, I know. A Latin name for Switzerland or something. But still, couldn’t they have given a simple elegant name like Times? […]

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The Civilization that we know and its developement

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Everyone who comes across the Greek or the Roman literature can find this statement in different voices, “They all are barbaric! Uncivilized! …” and much more. This was even seen in the western history quoted as such by conquerors like the Brits and the French during the mid- 16th century to the late 20th century. […]

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74th AMENDMENT ACT

November 14, 2018 No Comments

Being a fraternity of Architecture the responsibility doesn’t end within the internal spaces but also takes a major hand in the urbanization of a region or a locality rather a city which directly or indirectly gets in hand with the development of the country in a larger scale. In broader classification, India is a country […]

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Preview: Chelsea vs Cardiff City.

November 14, 2018 No Comments

As the international break has come to an end, we return to the Premier League action this weekend with some pretty exciting fixtures in the tank. One such fixture is Chelsea taking on the newbies Cardiff city in the league. It looks to be a good fixture that might produce a lot of goals. The […]

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A Guide to Understand Women

November 14, 2018 No Comments

We women are very complex beings with complex needs….is what every man thinks! But why? We are simply simple humans that are highly misunderstood. Sure we have our days when we act crazy and can drive ourselves and your nuts, but other than that we’re innocent emotional beings with the heart of gold. Nevertheless, in […]

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Fall of Giants by Ken Follett – My reading experience

November 14, 2018 No Comments

The century trilogy Ken Follett, a British author of thrillers and historical fiction novels is one of the world’s most successful authors. Follett’s novels, Fall of Giants, Winter of the World and Edge of Eternity, make up the Century Trilogy. Fall of Giants (2010) followed the fates of five interrelated families – American, German, Russian, […]

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Feminism and Society

November 14, 2018 No Comments

Why is being a feminist offensive? Why is it always highlighted in the wrong light? Just because it is feminism and not malinism or menilism doesn’t mean it has nothing to do with males or men in general and is only a term favoring women. When we talk of equality we mostly highlight the attributes of women […]

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A Blue’s Perspective: Chelsea vs Bournemouth

November 14, 2018 No Comments

An awesome August of scintillating football has come to an end. The premier league has begun and it has started to make inroads to yet another blockbuster of a season. One such team that came into the season with a lot of skepticism was Chelsea. A new manager getting appointed just a few weeks before, […]

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