The great balancing act

If you do not allow nets with too fine a mesh to be used in large ponds, there will be more fish than they can eat; if axes are permitted in the forest only in the proper season, there will be more timber than they need. Hello friends, hope you all are taking extra careContinue reading “The great balancing act”

Nature Teacher: Back to Basics.

Hello friends, today I’m reblogging my earlier post published in 25th July 2020. It’s indeed surprising the status quo remains exactly the same after passing of one full year. The topic of the blog stands as relevant as then. Please do have a read. Today, I couldn’t help myself but smile, despite the gloom ofContinue reading “Nature Teacher: Back to Basics.”

Celebrating the Earth Hour

Hello friends, today we are going to observe the Earth Hour aross the entire world. The ritual is to switch off all non essential electrical devices and lights for one hour. In India it’s from 8.30 PM to 9.30 PM, IST. It may be a symbolic gesture, yet it signifies solidarity and hope for aContinue reading “Celebrating the Earth Hour”

Time to Chain The Monster Called Air Pollution

Have you ever imagined that a country like India has to incur a loss of about Rs 3.6 Trillion, as estimated by Lancet and the air pollution, the main cause behind it. More so, the same slow poison called air pollution is also responsible for 1.7 million untimely deaths annually in India. Therefore the news,Continue reading “Time to Chain The Monster Called Air Pollution”

The Gems of Sojourn, in Bolpur.

Friends, if you’re thinking that I’m going to weave a story of reincarnation, by seeing the cover photo, I wanna assure you that no such atrocity is done by me! It’s only us,my family, standing at the ruins of Raipur Rajbari(palace) . It’s located few kilometers away from the town of Bolpur, Santiniketan, in WestContinue reading “The Gems of Sojourn, in Bolpur.”

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