My family and I went to Kodaikanal, a district in the state of Tamilnadu, last summer. The trip began on April 2 and ended on June 9. This was one of my most splendid experiences. Sightseeing The Lake - The Lake was beautiful. It's supposedly star-shaped. You can either go boating with the pedals or have… Continue reading Kodaikanal


The Color Purple by Alice Walker

  The Color Purple is an epistolary novel in North Carolina of the year 1940. Celie, the main character, write letters to God about the problems she is facing. This book is a feminist novel. I actually read this book because Oprah Winfrey acted in the movie The Color Purple as Sofia. In an interview, she… Continue reading The Color Purple by Alice Walker


Sine, Cosine and Tangents

Let's learn something different today! Math! I really LOVE math!! Hope you do too. Sine, Cosine and Tangents are some of the main functions used in trigonometry. They are also represented as sinθ, cosθ and tanθ. They are mainly used in operations involving right-angled triangles. These functions may look like gibberish(or maybe not, you could… Continue reading Sine, Cosine and Tangents


The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

One of my favorite books of all time is The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason. The book is just 144 pages but packed with wisdom. It's set in the Babylonian antiquity, which makes the book more endearing (except when the Victorian English starts to rubbeth off on thee). Even though this book was… Continue reading The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason


How I Faced My Worst Nightmare – Math

What's your worst nightmare locked inside a room filled with hairy, crawly tarantulas? Or your Algebra textbook? If you had asked me this question 2 years ago, I would have probably chosen my Algebra textbook. But, everyone and everything changes, given time. And so did my fear for Math. I just went from hating Math… Continue reading How I Faced My Worst Nightmare – Math