May 14, 2018

Harshwardhan Patil’s ‘The Indian Chaplin’

A conversation with Harshwardhan Patil about his book The Indian Chaplin brought a lot to surface. From the enigma of mime as an art to the […]
May 7, 2018

In Talks with Ajay Batra: Building Enduring Organizations

When it comes to building something big out of a dream it takes years of hard work a little luck and a plan to achieve it. […]
April 28, 2018

Interview with N.S. Ravi The Author of “The Leader”

This talk with N.S. Ravi will leave you inspired. When we interviewed him, this is how it all went on. Ravi The Author of “The Leader” […]


September 26, 2017

An Interview with T.T. Srinath

Here is our exclusive interview with TT Srinath, an author who recently published his book “Creating Winning Relationships through Conversations with Self” with Notionpress. 1. Tell […]
June 12, 2017

Memories and Colors

Our memories Some sweet some sour Do u remember that flower? The white one with purple stripes And those herbs of different types? The way u […]
June 12, 2017

Broken Crayons Still Color

He said, “I may not be the most important color in your life, but let me be the least used, to fill in the gaps that […]
June 12, 2017

Poetry is a Color

Poetry is a color, a running one; running off to where you lose track of time, for few milliseconds; its gist is the color flashing in blind-spot of […]
June 12, 2017

Camaraderie of the Twilight

A poem reflecting the pain of the dawn whose lover the ‘Twilight’ has fallen for night and has left the dawn suffering in his love. An […]