Mayhem. Disarray. Chaos. Bedlam. Pandemonium.

Do you crave for India to become a westernised nation and cringe when you realise that'll derail us from our traditional path? Do you desperately want to believe in something, but also, not want to refute the opposing idea? Confusing innit? If you have ever felt this inner turmoil, this article is a must read.

The Art of Manipulation.

Ever felt like the world goes by without you really mattering? Have your opinions been discarded without a second look and your ideas not taken into account? To make the changes that you desire, to leave an impact in this world, isn’t that what true power is? Take a look here to know more about the secrets behind manipulation and what it really is.

Stupid and Successful: A 21st Century Story.

The internet has never failed to ridicule and criticise stupidity. But it has also made some undeserving people famous for no apparent reason and these so-called celebrities mint money from their mockery. This robs the competent and deserving men of the praise they are due of. Here is a quick list of such people who attained celebrity status, fame and glory just by being delusional.

That Instinctive Twinkle.

Smile is an indispensable weapon in the crazy competition called life. A tool used to hide all other emotions. We do not wish to reveal our magnificent ploys to our enemies, hence , we smile . We do not want to portray our sadness to the world intimate to us, hence, we smile. A smile is what it takes to appreciate the marvels of life, not as a vicious equipment forcibly used but as a magical curve that brightens our faces during some rare moments, so inexplicably contagious yet so amusingly unobjectionable. Read on to relive those scarce tiny moments that may be unnoticeable yet make the other side of life endurable.

Celebrating Motherhood.

A mother’s love shapes cultures and individuals. The role of a mom in our lives is always different and precious than others involved in our life. This Mother's Day, Festember extends its small token of gratitude to the mothers all over the globe. We hereby release the poems dedicated to all the mothers who had been instrumental in shaping our careers in 3 different languages - English, Hindi and Tamil with a wish to bring a smile in the faces of those hardworking angels.

Spiff the Spaceman, Susie Derkins and Snowmen: The Surreal Suburbia of Calvin and Hobbes

Calvin takes a pad of papers with a pencil in hand, and tells his dad that his campaigns for staying elected as Dad haven’t been yielding any results. He also ponders various existential crisis' as he and Hobbes hurtle themselves from the top of a hill into a lake. Not to mention he managed to sell Earth to some Extraterrestrial beings for cookies. “Lots of cookies”, he would grin. Welcome to the world of Calvin and Hobbes. The Rabbit hole awaits your coincidental stumble into it.


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Blogs- An Outlook on life

"To blog, is to share and to connect, to create and to inspire" - Anonymous I believe that man was, and always will be a social animal, with the need to constantly express themselves. In fact, this takes precedence over many of our other needs. For example, Many people, on waking up, check their Facebook... Continue Reading →

When reality is stranger than fiction

Count Dracula is perhaps the most well-known pop culture horror icon. From Bela Lugosi in the 1931 adaptation to the more recent Hotel Transylvania, the canine-tooth steely eyed Dracula has successfully horrified and captivated generations of audiences. But what if I told you that the personality that inspired Bram Stoker to create Dracula was orders... Continue Reading →

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