WGS BLOG

By Padma Shri Laila Tyabji Padma Shri Laila Tyabji pens her thoughts on Bapu's legacy

“Gandhi ji died the year after I was born, but he was a familiar figure in our family stories.
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By Himanshi Gupta Laughter and Happiness

We have blurred the line between laughter and happiness. It is as though we have forgotten that happiness is a core emotion and laughter is just an expression.
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By Aarna Mohan Euphoria of visions

I see the sunken look in your eyes. Those dark circles telling a magnetic story.
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By Jhanvi Dugar Economiquement égal

“We cannot change what we are not aware of, And once we are aware; we cannot help but change” -Sheryl Sandberg
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By Jitya Bagga Feminism- A Tool for Economic Gain

Feminist T-shirts, how many of those have you seen around lately? How many times have you spent money on a statement article of clothing just because it supports feminism?
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By Keya Aggarwal Renewal

From across the sea I feel the breeze, the breeze of change Oh! The wind of glory let my land breathe you in.
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By Ms. Shefali Thapliyal Bookmarking an Intellectual banter

This wintry November evening I sat with my friend on a wooden bench That belonged to a Nawab We were draped in warm clothes The light under a street lamp had a bluish haze
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By Dr. Nalanda Pandey ज़िंदगी खूबसूरत है !!

कुछ प्रश्न हैं जो कई वर्षों से रह.रह कर मन में उठ खड़े होते हैं कि अक्सर ऐसा क्यों होता है कि किसी भी विषय का नकारात्मक पक्ष हमें ज्यादा दिलचस्प लगने लगता है
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By Mrs. Richa Joshi Pant In a reproductive Biology class.

Being a teacher gives me an opportunity to interact with children and young adults. I see them growing, getting smarter, cheekier, more confident as the years roll year. The children that I teach in the sixth grade are just at the cusp of becoming adolescents, giggly, even at the mention of the word sexual reproduction.
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By Shubhika and Vidushi A future for us to keep

Everyone knows about global warming. They might deny its existence (looking at you Donald), but everyone is fairly familiar with the concept - the temperature is increasing and it's because of pollution caused by us.
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By Yatika Singh A Poet's Revelations to the Modern World

Generational longing of the soul is captured by the muses of the Prophet. His Lebanese descent blesses him with the use of flowy Arabic, as he dictates what lies before us and what governs it.
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By Vidhi Thapliyal Deep, deep darkness ; a friend of the moon

Formidable enclosure , an overpowering feeling of claustrophobia. A longing, for warmth, benignity and geniality. Yet drowning in the void, of helplessness, of impotence.
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By Anushka Khetawat Streetwear

Attire and Body Language are the most important aspects of non-verbal form of communication. A norm has dictated a specific set of ways to communicate through Body Language, Attire or Fashion is something that is ever changing and differs on what perception one wants to portray to the world.
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By Chhaya Singh There is a hope

A thin, faint, dangling-by-the-thread kind of hope. For the artists, authors, poets, There is a hope Fighting the pessimists and other threats There is a hope
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