“The greatest creative challenge is the struggle to be the architect of your own life. So be patient. Do not compromise. And give your destiny time to find you.” -Wade davis, canadian anthropologist
“Wonder-which is the seed of knowledge, is the reflection of the purest form of pleasure” Sir Francis Bacon
If you have endless curiosities and no one role define you then you are this!
You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you. […]
Ethnography. one of the best practises of anthropology leaves you with a lot more than just data
Gamla stan is the old town in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden that can turn even the utmost realist into a believer of fantasies and fairytales.
The article talks about the power of anthropology as a discipline that once crosses your road, is difficult to get rid of.
The flow method enables an increase in productivity, but it even goes a step ahead in contributing to our happiness. To learn more read the full article
The world is reeling against the destructive forces of climate change, its high time we stop and think whether we are moving towards progress or extinction?
I’am here for a reason I’m still unfound for a reason I crave knowledge for a reason I’m restless, anxious for a reason I’m stubborn, misfit for a reason I’m rude, headstrong for a reason […]
We often use the word dream and purpose interchangeably, but there is a huge amount of difference between the two. So, which one should you follow?
This article is a culmination of some of my travel experiences which made me realise the true meaning of travel.
With every sigh and fear, In every foot trampling the ground And soot laden heavy sight, I wish something. A space enlivening those arty pictures: Of cotton soil, new born sky A shore of corals […]
An evening before: While the time was eager to run, my heart was still. I was sad, kind of hopeless. I was away from my parents who were sharing their lives through the threshold of […]
Momos and dimsums have become almost like our staple foreign food, but did you know how and why it originated?