Life ‘n’ Living – Part 7

Life ‘n’ Living is an attempt to show glimpses of extraordinary people who have created happiness and a sense of harmony within and around them, making the world a more peaceful one by living their inspirational journey – the journey of life! Meet Maushumi Thakurta Nag, an enterprising ,award winning entrepreneur, founder of MrilQ -a … Continue reading Life ‘n’ Living – Part 7

My Ikigai

An Effort. For Prof.Kaul and Mrs.Kaul, after a hectic career, retirement came as a boon. However, rest was not to be an option and, our minds wandered in search of some useful occupation and Lo! Behold! we soon got it as said , ‘Seek and you shall find.’.Delhi – where we settled had several opportunities … Continue reading My Ikigai

Goodness Grows!

Imagine a life filled with positive thoughts and wonderful experiences every day of your life. Is that even remotely possible, you may well think? What if we believe that it is possible to live a life of goodness and refuse to believe otherwise? For this to happen, what are the hurdles? Circumstances? Lack of time? … Continue reading Goodness Grows!


While there is so much stress(ful!) on effective communication, the art of small talk and so much around “TALKING”, I decided to give communication a break in my entrepreneurship offline class (emphasising on “offline” as these days we need to be clear whether it was an online or an offline session as online sessions, many … Continue reading THE ART OF SILENCE

Energy and its Power

Connecting classroom teaching to the ‘self’ What is energy? Energy is the capacity for doing work. Energy is conserved, which means it can change from one form to another. There are many different types of energy, such as kinetic energy, potential energy, light, sound, and nuclear energy. In simple terms, all bodies possess either kinetic … Continue reading Energy and its Power

Butterflies in the Stomach

‘The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn’. Quote by Alvin Toffler (He was a futurologist) These words proved to be the need of the hour when the pandemic halted normalcy. Educational institutions were also affected as one could not … Continue reading Butterflies in the Stomach