Unlearning…

A few days ago, I met a friend after a long time and somewhere down the conversation, she said something that gave me goosebumps, and I knew I had to write about it! She said "Until 21 I was looking at the world through my parents eyes and ever since I've moved here, I've started … Continue reading Unlearning…

Fears

I think a lot of posts are long due. And my list seems to get longer each time I add a new topic that I would like to write about and share something. Without any further delays, it's time to bring that list to action. Start with something that's been absolutely thrilling and I've been … Continue reading Fears

Courage…

“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” ― E.E. Cummings Sitting in a life boat, shivering, tears running down my cheeks, I was waiting for the next few minutes to get over as soon as possible. All I wanted was to place my feet on solid ground. The waves were … Continue reading Courage…

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Getting Germanized or Simply Adapting?

“You’re such a German now”. After hearing this for n number of times now, I guess it’s time to write what I have actually adapted that makes my friends and acquaintances think that I am such a German now. Preferring beer over other alcoholic drinks…? Looking for origin of products and buying what seems to … Continue reading Getting Germanized or Simply Adapting?

Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? – Part 2

"People are much deeper than stereotypes. That's the first place our minds go. Then you get to know them and you hear their stories, and you say, 'I'd have never guessed.' " - Carson Kressley Firstly, thank you to all the readers and sharing your views, experiences and opinions on the part 1 of this … Continue reading Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? – Part 2

Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? – Part 1

"We shouldn't judge people through the prism of our own stereotypes" -  Queen Rania of Jordan It’s been 2 years and 5 months since I have moved to Germany and finally after these 890 days to be precise, I believe that I could summarize and give my opinions on some things that I have (and … Continue reading Indian stereotypes or simply generalization? – Part 1

Challenges for international students: How to overcome the hitch!

"Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful - Joshua J. Marine"   Dreams, aspirations and increased pace of globalization makes it easier for students to bag an opportunity to study abroad. Studying abroad is often associated with better career opportunities and higher pay scale. Many students at their … Continue reading Challenges for international students: How to overcome the hitch!

A walk through mind of a photographer…

Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world. Having said that, let me introduce you to the person who is an inspiration to me as a photographer, traveler, optimist and most importantly a friend - Ronak Gandhi. He started a 90 days photo challenge exactly 45 days ago, and seeing him … Continue reading A walk through mind of a photographer…

Going back home after a long, long time…

"There is no place like home indeed..." The excitement of going back home after 1 year, 5 months, 14 days or 532 days (not like I was counting), is just absolute frenzy. Starting to think about all the things you're going to do, or things that you are just waiting to eat, places you want … Continue reading Going back home after a long, long time…