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K R Santhana Krishnan: Travel Through the Past With Art

Leo Tolstoy once wrote, “Art is not the manifestation of some mysterious idea of beauty or God; it is not a game in which man lets off his excess of stored-up energy; it is not the expression of man’s emotions by external signs; it is not the production of pleasing objects; and, above all,

By |2021-01-24T10:12:34+05:30November 27th, 2020|Art, Culture & Lifestyle, Interviews|Comments Off on K R Santhana Krishnan: Travel Through the Past With Art

Dare to Share: Get Started on Your Self-Publishing Journey

The year that has passed has been one for indulging in activities most of us have previously “not had enough time for.” We have seen people truly embrace their passion and focus on it more than ever before. People have used this year to nurture their skills and prioritise those activities which may have

By |2021-01-24T10:13:18+05:30November 26th, 2020|DIY Publishing|Comments Off on Dare to Share: Get Started on Your Self-Publishing Journey

Renuka Vyavahare Shares Her Knowhow On What Makes For A Successful Career In Entertainment Journalism

Watch Now: 5 Tips to become a Better Writer and Interviewer by Renuka Vyavahare It’s been over 12 years for Renuka Vyavahare in the film and entertainment business. As a popular film critic for The Times of India and a Principal Correspondent at The Bombay Times, it would be

By |2021-01-24T10:13:39+05:30November 20th, 2020|Creators' Dialogue, Interviews|Comments Off on Renuka Vyavahare Shares Her Knowhow On What Makes For A Successful Career In Entertainment Journalism

UNBLOCK YOUR MIND: 10 Ways to Navigate a Creative Crossroad

Creativity freshens our soul, our mind and allows us to experience several lives in just one lifetime. But, on some days, that creativity bone embedded in all of us takes a back seat. Anyone in a creative field, be it a writer, a painter, a designer, a filmmaker, or even a sculptor, can attest

By |2021-01-24T10:14:56+05:30November 17th, 2020|Creators' Dialogue|Comments Off on UNBLOCK YOUR MIND: 10 Ways to Navigate a Creative Crossroad

7 Ways to Build an Online Reputation: Lessons from Exploring #writersofinstagram

With the #writersofinstagram community growing on a daily basis, ‘Bookstagrams’ or Instagram accounts dedicated to talking about everything related to books are becoming increasingly popular. The literary community on Instagram has been successful in creating a niche for themselves where the sole criteria to be a member is an undying love for reading. Literary

By |2021-01-24T10:15:09+05:30November 16th, 2020|Branding & Marketing|Comments Off on 7 Ways to Build an Online Reputation: Lessons from Exploring #writersofinstagram

#thelastfishermanofbombay: How Ganesh Nakhawa is Driving Change Towards Sustainable Fishing Practices

At the start of the lockdown, close to 10,000 tonnes of fish had to be dumped in Mumbai, leading to a loss worth crores. This was an immediate crisis that the fisheries community needed to survive and come out of.  But let’s step back a bit more. Overexploitation of natural resources, weather changes, climate

By |2021-01-24T10:15:17+05:30November 12th, 2020|Changemakers, Interviews|Comments Off on #thelastfishermanofbombay: How Ganesh Nakhawa is Driving Change Towards Sustainable Fishing Practices

When the Brand is You, Which Colour Should You Choose?

Each colour narrates a story of its own. When one is posed with the particular shade of red, they automatically think of McDonald’s. Similarly, social media apps like Twitter, Facebook, Messenger, and more, come to mind when blue is posed. These examples depict that brand is colour and colour is brand. The shades of

By |2021-01-24T10:15:28+05:30November 12th, 2020|Branding & Marketing|Comments Off on When the Brand is You, Which Colour Should You Choose?

Writing Fiction: 10 Storytelling Lessons from Drama Series ‘This is Us’

As a species, we are highly emotive, and one of the most distinguishing parts of being human is the ability to communicate those emotions. Through evolution, one of the skills of interactions we have cultivated is storytelling, which is the cumulative result of emotion, imagination, and expression. It is an intricate process – like

By |2021-01-24T10:15:39+05:30November 9th, 2020|Creators' Dialogue|Comments Off on Writing Fiction: 10 Storytelling Lessons from Drama Series ‘This is Us’

Rummy’s Kitchen: A Home Chef who is Building a Brand While Filling Hearts, Not Just Bellies

Watch Now: A Home Cook's 5-Step Guide to Up-scaling Their Business & Consumer Base Food has the power to ignite all our senses and take us down the memory lane. The sizzle of butter on a hot pan, or the warm toasty smell of freshly baked bread, even the

By |2021-01-11T13:49:05+05:30November 6th, 2020|Interviews|Comments Off on Rummy’s Kitchen: A Home Chef who is Building a Brand While Filling Hearts, Not Just Bellies

The Manager To My Celebrity, The Caption To My Post: How to write the perfect caption

Before social media, captions used to be simple one-line descriptions for an image. Now, they have become the equivalent of a blurb at the back of a book. Captions allow you to personalize posts and add a human element to it. With the plethora of posts being uploaded onto social media on a daily

By |2021-01-11T13:49:15+05:30November 3rd, 2020|Blogs|Comments Off on The Manager To My Celebrity, The Caption To My Post: How to write the perfect caption

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