The partial lunar eclipse, a dramatic celestial phenomenon, was visible from almost all parts of India on 7th August, yesterday. The sky was crystal clear as the moon started skimming […]
The ever-alone, mysterious, full moon. Constantly watching, changing her moods, waxes and wanes. She can drive you crazy….
The Oxford School Atlas was an inseparable part of the Geography class in our school. Looking at the colourful pictures of the continents and oceans, I used to think how […]
This time Chèvrefeuille on Carpe Diem has initiated a new and wonderful feature in which he challenges us to write a ‘quick’ haiku for three days in a roll. This is named […]
Mirror Of Stone by Corie J. Weaver is placed very rightly in the popular sci-fi /dystopian genre . The author has taken us to a time in future when human civilization […]
The owls hooted for the one last time, They knew their time was over . The silent rattle of the night was fading Away with the moonbeams becoming fainter. A […]