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Where do IDEAS come from?

Where DO they come from?  A blank sheet of paper?A shape in the cloud?A butterfly on a flower?Someone doing something really awesome and making you go like, “Heyyyy! I wanna do that too!? How to solve this mystery of what is inspiration? Andrew Norton, a surprisingly tall Canadian filmmaker and radio producer, went all out in the search of …

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‘Splash and Burn’ against ‘Slash and Burn’

Splash and burn! As the name suggests is a movement and that too a bold one! For ages social problems around unregulated farming practices in the palm oil industry have prevailed. Resulting in a constant rise in deforestation, animal displacement as well as endangerment of species, especially the Orangutans.  Orangutan genocide has become a big problem …

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A Heart to Art with Lily Padula

Lily Padula is a gifted young artist from New York. An illustrator through and through, she does inspiring work that deals with modern reality, but with a twist of its own.  Her art is her way of exploring the world, and yet, what she uncovers is the facade of human reality. Her favourite theme is …

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Dance of Rhythm – Cymatic Experiments

So when we were done playing with toys (a.k.a Fidget Spinners), we figured, this experimental stuff is great!What else can we do?Should we set something on fire and watch the dance of flames?Or capture the fluid movement of water. But what will be the stimulator? We noticed the vibrations of bass coming from the woofer. That …

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And Breathe in…..the pollution!

Since Donald Trump pulled USA out of the Paris Climate Agreement, its been rankling that maybe some of us are not aware of what is happening in the world. And although brighter minds than us must be trying to talk some sense into the fat heads, we might as well touch this topic a little …

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Building a culture of knowledge in India – IPLM

Albert Einstein said, “The only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the Library. ” As a kid in school till college, one place that always felt like a second home was a library. Even during peak summer hours, a big expansive library provided a cool respite and an escape into the world …

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