Author: Trisha Niyogi

Can Storytellers Save Lives?

She knew she was going to die. But, a well-read woman she was; she knew stories. She perused the books, legends, anecdotes as well as examples to weave captivating stories…
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What I learnt from APJ Abdul Kalam!

Once upon a time there was a scientist; very dedicated as was also the demand of the high-pressure project he was working on. But, a family man he was also;…
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Why Do We Need to Travel?

The long tight hug from the best friend or a compliment from a stranger, the little teardrop at the corner of the eye due to uncontrollable laughter or the chuckling…
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Naropa: The Dauntless

She disappeared like a rainbow fading in the blue sky. He could only see her as an old, ugly woman, but the Vajroyogini saw him for what he was and…
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Meet the Author | Mrinalini Mitra | Belief

Mrinalini Mitra, a young painter, poet, and pianist, has been recognised for her rhetorical abilities and her views on contemporary issues. Her poignant comprehension of human wants and failings transcend…
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Translations at a Crossroad

Just a few days back I met a family of three; mother, father and a five-year-old girl. The father was Bengali and the mother non-Bengali. During the course of the…
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