Aspiring Writers
A platform for people who dream to become great writers but haven't just got the encouragement & fluidity yet.
One lightning to a thousand words
As I look out now, I see rain pouring; leaves swinging back and forth with rhythm of wind, intact to soil it were sown in and a coconut tree stand majestically with its head held high in the storm, the water flows through the stairs. It is still dark around but I still manage to see little details of my surroundings from my window. The darkness now that engulfs me...
Shredha Narayanan
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26th May 2017
Your Goal is out of Reach for them
We are many who want to succeed in life but how far we go and how far we reach as individuals will depend on our guts and our attitude. Stop making your daily story a fantasy. You need to see the results from the actions that you indulge yourself in daily, to make your dream a reality. It is your chance to get out of your comfort zone and live...
Janet Machuka
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24th May 2017
A journey from Bangalore to Chennai
About a year back, my friend shifted his base to Chennai with his family from Bangalore due to family reasons. He was born and brought up in Bangalore, its culture, language and people. As a child, he never bothered to learn his mother tongue, Tamil, and was fluent in Kannada as he thought that his life was in Bangalore and he will be staying here forever. He had his share...
Shredha Narayanan
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6th May 2017
Lessons a child teaches us all
One of the most important lesson a child teaches us is 'how to love?'. A child never sees beauty of his mother or her social status or financial condition before falling in love with his mother. Love of a child is not influenced by beauty or social status or financial condition. For a child his mom is most beautiful person in the world whatever may be her complexion or look. His mom means world to him...
Vishal Rajkumar Gudlani
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5th April 2017
Serving The Society Since The Age Of 13: G Shivkumar's Insightful Journey Building his NGO
Fortune favors the determined! Yes, this statement is very true in the courageous journey of the 18 year old. Born in Kalwakurthy, a village of Telangana, G Shivakumar, a student of second year diploma in agriculture lost his parents and his elder brother and stood out strong to mold his future as a sixth grader. He is nurtured by his sister and brother-in-law and is blessed with the similar...
Rakshitha R
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21st March 2017
Living Your Dream!
We hear everyday "work hard and never quit". I also heard that life is like an onion, we have to peel it one layer at a time and sometimes you cry through the process. Life is something which happens to you. It happens when you have a "dream". You'll get slapped, humiliated, offended, but don't take it personally. Don't ask why did this happen to me? "Oh my god!, It's really hard."...
Pooja Mohan
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3rd March 2017
VTU Rank Holder Yamuna Mruthuinjaya Gives 11 Tips For Every Student Heading Towards Success
The mind of Yamuna Mruthuinjaya, VTU 4th rank holder for her overall engineering journey, topper at every stage, a gold medalist and former engineering student of Vemana Institute of Technology, was an empty white canvas when she set her foot into a study place which later, diverged out as a beautiful painting radiating wisdom and ecstasy. Unleashing the essence of the corporate world, she has a boon called consistency to...
Rakshitha R
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28th February 2017
Siri Lekha - From Quitting Engineering, To Pursuing Her Dream As A Dancer
Siri Lekha, a first year BBA student of Center for Management Studies (CMS), has explored all the twist and turns which she encountered in her life, learning from every instance she lived to ensure her destination is reached. Her inborn passion for dance was not recognized until she moved according to the beats of a phone's ringtone at around a year of age when she incorporated a dance flavor in...
Rakshitha R
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20th February 2017
 i3 - A rejuvenating journey which can vitalize lives
Drowning in the ocean of darkness, mentally blind folded, not being able to find the way out into light, I waited for bliss to capture me. Amidst the solitude, I was still nurturing a lot of dreams in my heart. Although a strong will power characterized me by constantly feeding into me, a ray of hope, I felt as if I was pushed into a puddle of pandemonium since I...
Rakshitha R
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16th February 2017
Times Lit Fest - Lighting the Aspiration for Writing
Every reader at some point of time in his/her journey of reading, dream to write; some of such dreamers envision to bloom in to writers. Aspiring writers strive hard to thrive the passion to ink thoughts, but few are seldom scared as they are hit by a thought - "amazing writing skills mandatorily have to be developed within ourselves for budding into a nascent writer. Yes! It is mandatory, but at...
Rakshitha R
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15th February 2017