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Pride & Prejudice: An Overview

by Anantinee Mishra   “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife” is the first sentence of Jane Austen’s highly acclaimed Pride & Prejudice. Published by Thomas Egerton on 28th January 1813, the famously everlasting […]

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Secret of the Smile

by Anantinee Mishra The mysteriously captivating and darkly alluring smile of a woman is exactly what made a particular painting an object to immense worldwide fascination. Mona Lisa (English) or La Gioconda (Italian) or La Joconde (French) is a famous portrait painting of an undiscovered woman, by Italian artist Leonardo […]

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Hence Proved

by Sowjanya M Coronavirus, Covid-19, the year 2020 will also be called Covid-19 year. In all the sense this year has brought a change in everyone’s life. We all know, it is difficult to keep the children and all other family members under one roof but this was achieved. A […]

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Future – How it is

by Daksh Khanna Interstellar and Dark have something in common. If you give the attention they are based on the concepts where the future influences the past, the bootstrap paradox. In Interstellar Cooper; when inside the black hole, in morse code, gives the solution to Murphy. The sixth episode of […]

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Countering Micro Fascism in a Tropical Amazonia: Matriliny and a Female Kalarippayattu Tradition in Kerala

by Umar Nizarudeen  The aesthetic privileging of the feminine along with the political suppression of the same has been a constant factor in the socio-cultural space in modern Kerala. While women have been allotted demarcated zones of beauty and self-care and arenas of feminine sovereignty that draw from tradition, the […]

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Pondering Over Value System

by Bharati Thakur  This is the story of a gentleman from a small village.   He was a pandit, a kind-hearted person, always willing to help anybody. The story began early in the morning when a neighbour told another villager that this gentleman had died.  Some children, younger men, and women […]