Interesting environment graffiti picture shared by Indian Rock Band Tatva Kundalini


This picture of the wall graffiti was clicked by an Indie Rock Band Tatva Kundalini on their last trip to Dehradun, India. I found it interesting and so shared it here for you. Source: Tatva Kundalini  

Several households still without power as destructive tornadoes move through east, south


Trees and utility wires were harmed by destructive winds and power went off in parts of northern New England on Sunday. Flights in New York City were delayed and a tornado had hit South Carolina while the battered remnants of violent storms that claimed 13 lives in Oklahoma laid still on the East Coast. AboutContinue reading “Several households still without power as destructive tornadoes move through east, south”

Connect with the infinite energy source within you


Each day passes by without making any significant contribution to our journey in life. We always stay confused between which path to adopt and which ones to let take a drop. Sometimes everything around us turns hazy and nothing makes sense that’s when one the need for a direction is most sought after to keep ourContinue reading “Connect with the infinite energy source within you”

Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making


As someone who is passionately interested in Photography, I recently came across a piece of writing on Ashima Narain, the photo editor of the National Geographic Traveller India magazine. In the interview given to The Hindu, she talked about her journey in photography and documentary filmmaking so far. In the Sewri bay of Mumbai hundredsContinue reading “Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making”

Hundreds evacuate homes as Wildfire reaches California coast


A wind-driven wildfire is spreading by the California coast north of Los Angeles prompting hundreds of people to evacuate their homes. Evacuations have also been ordered in case of university campus including several farm buildings and recreational vehicles are also under threat as the wildfire also surrounded them. Source: Reuters, LATimes, CBS, Bloomberg, CBS 8

Rare photos of the last known Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) and causes behind its extinction


Towards the end of the 19th Century, a bounty was offered for killing thylacine. (The photograph was taken more than half-a-century ago in 1933.) The marsupial carnivore became extinct in 1936, over the belief that it kills sheep. Sheep farming which was the backbone of the Australian economy during that era prompted the government toContinue reading “Rare photos of the last known Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) and causes behind its extinction”