When in stress..


There are many days where we just lose against stress. So next time when in stress, do these things…:

When in stress, remember that IT WILL PASS!!

Yes, there is some financial difficulty at the moment. But that happens to everyone! You have had your bad days and they have passed too. Then why won’t this pass? Yes, it will take time. But that doesn’t mean it won’t end. You will eventually find some work and will earn money.


When in stress, remember that BE FIT…

You’re having an exam. You need ENERGY! I know sometimes we are so stressed that we don’t even wanna eat or drink anything. But at least you can drink water right? Also, make a lemonade and put it in the water bottle you’re gonna carry. It gives you energy. Without energy, you’re gonna fail for sure.


When in stress, remember that, YOU HAVE TO LEARN FROM OTHERS…

There are diabetic people, handicapped people, heart patients, roaming around you. You don’t even know that the person sitting next to you in the metro has a kidney problem. That’s because they still come to work. They don’t let their suffering dampen their daily life. Even then, they still smile. Learn from others and complete your responsibility even when in stress.


When in stress, remember that DONT GIVE UP…

Today there was a meeting in my office. I had severe back pain but still, I gave the presentation anyhow. People could sense my pain but still, they kept quiet because I signaled them with my work that “I’m gonna finish what I worked for”.

Two nights, 14 cups of tea, so much electricity, so much paper, so much food, and so much brainwork has been put into this project by me. How can I give that up and let my pain win over my hard work?


When in stress remember that DONT STRESS..

Drowning? Don’t stress. Call for help, swim, start flapping your feet, rise up somehow. (ofc doesn’t apply to extreme drowning cases like in an ocean)

You had put in so many years in school and college. You have gained so much knowledge. Are you gonna let that stress make your brain freeze and let you not retrace the things you learned? NEVER. Don’t panic and don’t let stress win. Relax and think. We have all the solution to our problems. We just need to open the door to the presence of mind.



When in stress, remember that YOU HAVE TO START AGAIN..

Ok, you failed. Ok. What next? Gonna cry all day or gonna give the test again? Yes, definitely your friends will tease you for failing or might even leave you. But then you yourself will realize that they weren’t actually your friends. True friends help when needed.

So get up, wipe your tears, and start studying harder. Skip parties for some days and throw the biggest party ever when you will pass. Patience my boy, patience.





Simple things which can bring instant happiness..


The world is chaotic.  Every second, there are problems.  But we ourselves have the solution to these problems.  These are small solutions to big problems.  Sometimes, they are small precautions to avoid big diseases!  If we start to value these things, our life will become beautiful.

Below are simple things which can make you happy instantly.

  1.  Smiling :
  • Smiling is a signaling system that evolved from a need to communicate information of many different forms.
  • You never know who had one of the worst days of their lives, Your smile even to a stranger may bring some hope. So Give one and maybe you get one
  • Psychology says that smiling enhances your mood and brings positivity. Smile daily and you will be happy. 🙂



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2. Phone call :

  • For at least one day, stop texting and start calling!
  • Call your mom, not for asking about groceries, but for asking her how her day was.
  • Call your dad and ask him how his day was.
  • Call your siblings and ask them how they are doing in life.
  • Most important – CALL THAT OLD FRIEND.  Just call.  Don’t think twice.  Call him/her and say that you miss him/her.  They will say the same.  Then you go on with the old memories of your school, college and you will never know when they will quickly ask you to meet!  A single phone call may make your plan for the day.

Text can never portray emotions.  The sound of your loved one will.


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3. Hugging :

Ik in the west, it is normal to hug.  But in Asia, it is not that common.  Hugging, kissing, makes other people awkward around you if you are in Asia.  Of course not in every Asian country, but in MOST Asian countries, PDA is not common.  No worries! Home is always there.

  • Hug your mom and dad without telling them. Without saying anything.  They will be surprised, but then emotional.
  • Most of us don’t know how much our parents sacrifice for us.  They don’t even tell us their problems.  A small hug could bring a change.
  • A tiny little kiss on the cheek is also so effective.
  • It may seem awkward to you at first, but then if you know the outcome is positive, why hesitate? And hugging your life partner is always so beautiful!
  • You can also hug your pet!

Psychological reason to hug:

  • Hugging has been proven to have health benefits.
  • One study has shown that hugs increase levels of oxytocin and reduce blood pressure.
  • Based on significant research indicating that a 20-second-or-longer hug releases oxytocin, Leo Buscaglia encourages people to hug for 21 days consecutively and to have each day a hug that lasts for a minimum of 21 seconds.
  • He recommends “getting lost in the hug”, encouraging people to slow down and “use the power of the hug to be fully present at the moment”.



Man and Woman Hugging on Brown Field


4. Listening to music :

Everybody knows that music is a healer.  It has always been used to portray emotions.  It is useful in many ways.  It can instantly boost your mood!

How Music is used in Psychology for healing purposes :

  • Music therapy is an interpersonal process in which a trained therapist uses music and all of its facets—physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic, and spiritual—to help clients to improve or maintain their health.
  •  In some instances, the client’s needs are addressed directly through music; in others, they are addressed through the relationships that develop between the client and therapist.
  • Music therapy is used with individuals of all ages and with a variety of conditions, including psychiatric disorders, medical problems, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, developmental disabilities, substance abuse issues, communication disorders, interpersonal problems, and aging.
  • It is also used to improve learning, build self-esteem, reduce stress, support physical exercise, and facilitate a host of other health-related activities.
  • Music therapists may encourage clients to sing, play instruments, create songs, or do other musical activities.

So, What are you waiting for?  Go and plug in your earphones and listen to music.  If it can heal mentally affected people, then why not you?


Photography of Woman Listening to Music



5. Food!

  • You don’t even need an explanation for this!
  • There are many children who don’t even EVEN ONE meal a day.  You are lucky to have food around you.
  • Don’t ever remove your anger on food.  If your sad, or unhappy, don’t skip lunch or dinner.  Okay, eat less for that day but don’t go hungry to bed.
  • Cooking food with your own hands is an amazing experience.  Once in a while, cook food yourself.  If you always cook food yourself, take a break and go out to eat.
  • And yes, its okay to cheat for one day. You are doing this for nobody else but yourself.  Just don’t overeat 😛

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Green Salad on White Plate Near Grilled Potatoes on Brown Table



6. Naps :

  • Too stressed about tomorrow’s speech?  nervous?  Have prepared everything but still, there is a fear?  Do one thing – TAKE A NAP.
  •  Napping is when you sleep for only a few hours.  It refreshes you after you wake up.
  • Studies have shown that if you break up your day with a nap, you will be as alert and energetic for the second part of your day as you were for the first.
  • So if you’ve got an event planned for after work, take a nap before going out on the town.(source)

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Note: We are not claiming these to be 100% true.  But these things many times, do make us feel good instantly.  Ps. this list is for healthily minded individuals for dealing with daily stressors.  It might NOT be effective if you have depression, anxiety etc.  Seek doctors help if you have a long-term stressor disturbing your life.


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Women’s day special : How India can learn from India..


India is the place of extremes. Go two kilometers away from your place, and you will see a change in culture and lifestyle.

But is this diverse culture helping us or harming us? Surely HELPING US. Many Indians don’t even know about India as a country. They know that India is diverse but don’t know HOW and in WHAT WAYS is it diverse…

Here we are going to address how Indian cultures can learn from each other and make India better. Here we are particularly discussing women in different Indian cultures.

First, let’s start with the issues women face particularity in northern India :

  • India has seen a lot of horrible rape cases over the years.
  • The govt is very slow in giving justice.
  • Delhi is ranked really very low on safety for women as well as men. Its a shame for Delhi being a capital.
  • Although women’s safety depends upon region to region and culture to culture, there is a widespread patriarchy like any other Asian culture.
  • Women have “specific jobs” like teaching, NGO, IT, engineering, medical, etc. Only lower caste women are seen doing jobs which are mostly for men in other countries – like construction jobs. If you travel by a local train in Mumbai on Sundays, you will see women repairing railway tracks. Good. But let’s face it – they are doing it because they have to support their family. and not because they wanna do this job on their own…

Of course, no one wants to be a construction worker be it a man or a woman and they do this job for family only. But men at least come to sign up on their own. Women are very much dragged into this for extra help not for “equality” as such…

  • With this we have another point – the women of minority entities, religions and caste in India, are seen doing more participation just like minorities in other countries. But again, it’s not because “I wanna do this. I love this job!”. Its because “I have to do this. I have to support my husband in earning money. This is the only option for me”
  • The most important problem- education and female foeticide. Female foeticide is reduced in India but now abandoning a female child is increasing. Especially, in those places which are very unsafe for women (so they cant even be used for construction jobs). The literacy rate of women is better but still lower than men.

Is there no solution to this? There is. And, guess who has the solution- India itself.

Now let’s see the other extreme :

1. Meghalaya :

The traditional matrilineal system of the Khasi tribe has empowered women in other spheres. In Meghalaya (and in fact much of the north-east), there is :

  • No purdah system imposed on women.
  • There is no restriction on women’s physical movement, nor their attire.
  • There is no bride burning, female infanticide or foeticide and no dowry (there are instead cases of a bride’s price)
  • And there is no social stigma attached to a widow re-marrying.

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2. Kerela :

When it comes to matriarchy, it is clear that there never was any matriarchy in Kerala. However, women in Kerala seem to be more politically empowered than their sisters in Meghalaya. An article in The Hindu says that a large number of women from Kerala participated in the freedom movement. This tradition has stood them in good stead today and there are not surprisingly, 7 women in the Kerala Legislative assembly.

There are other states which are doing well in terms of women’s participation in politics and in other spheres but if one takes into account the status of women in the family and the sex ratio then certainly both Kerala and Meghalaya stand out as shining examples to the rest of India.

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Neighbors to Khasi, this tribe has a similar social formation and also follows the matrilineal methodology to trace property. A Garo family is headed by the mother of the house but the father is responsible for providing sustenance. The tribe is divided into sub-tribes and clans, with marriage outside the tribe highly discouraged.

The daughter of the family carries the clan name throughout her life, whereas the son takes up his wife’s clan name after marriage. If the marriage doesn’t work out, the couple can get separated without any social stigma. Similar to the Khasi tradition, the youngest daughter in a Garo family will inherit the property and if there is no female inheritor within the immediate family, the property passes to the daughter of the mother’s sister.

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The reason why these places have women empowerment are :

  • These cultures support education for all.
  • Women stand for themselves.
  • Women raise a voice against the injustice done to them.
  • Men support women in their fight.

Surprisingly, Meghalaya has less literacy than Delhi. BUT, women say they have better control on their lives despite the literacy rates. So we have an exception here of Meghalaya which is because it is still following its culture. But it is said that literacy rates have now improved a lot which is a good news 🙂


Other states of India which lack women participation can improve their education like Kerela did, and make their states better in women participation.

However, one also needs to understand that if you see these cultures in modern concepts, some of these matrilineal cultures are in fact biased towards men. Which backfires by having more anger in men towards women.

But, I personally think that Northeast and Kerela are really ignored in India because they don’t have “urban cities” like Delhi, Bangalore etc. But seriously, what have these cities achieved? Most people have a stressed life there and half of the life goes in dealing with traffic. Yes, women can “Dress” like they want, but does that mean they get equal treatment? Probably No.

So we can see that matriarchal and patriarchal cultures both have their flaws. But as far as empowerment is concerned, matriarchal cultures have an empowerment in jobs and overall life for both the genders which can be seen in the northeastern cultures…


So basically what we need is to learn from each other. Kerela and Northeast need to have at least one major urban city for having ample jobs because they lack it. They then don’t have to worry about who will get the jobs because, given the embedded women empowerment, both the genders are gonna get jobs, not just men. Kerela even has transgender empowerment.So even transgenders can have jobs.

The patriarchal society of rest of India, can learn from northeast and Kerela and adopt their means of women empowerment because they lack it. It will provide jobs for all and overall happiness, prosperity, better sex ratio, and solve many of their existing problems.


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Feminism – the word which scares everyone.

Feminism – the word which is used quite often by women and quite less by men.

Feminism – the word which has its meaning clear but not for most people who follow it.

Feminism was required in the past centuries in the west when women had no constitutional as well as social rights.

Feminism is required in the present centuries in many countries of Asia and Africa where women still don’t have constitutional and social rights.

But, the third wave feminism from the west, is affecting the women in the east.

West is the centre of all the media and it says what it sees – third wave feminism. And the east believes what it sees, which is – third wave feminism. Result: Intersexual anger in the west, more patriarchy in the east.

But how can we end this?

Is there no hope?

Guys, there is a solution.

And no, the sentences earlier weren’t “intros”. They were realities which one should not forget to read.

In fact, when I was doing a research on this topic I saw that many “feminist” websites had written thousands of articles on “importance of matriarchy”. I’m like, girls, feminism means equality, not matriarchy!!

Now, if the world hates patriarchy so much, does it mean that it wants “matriarchy” (at least the third wave feminists want matriarchy, don’t they?)

So, Let’s focus on the “unheard” and “unnoticed” tribes/cultures of the world which are predominantly matriarchal..

These are ethnic minorities of each country who are practising matriarchy in a patriarchal culture :

  1. Mosuo’s of China.
  2. Minangkabau’s of Indonesia.
  3. Akan’s of Ghana.
  4. Bribi’s of Costa Rica
  5. Garo’s of India.

Why do they have matriarchal culture?

  1. These cultures support education for all.
  2. Women stand for themselves.
  3. Women raise a voice against the injustice done to them.
  4. Men support women in their fight.

What changes does matriarchy do there which is different from patriarchy?

  • Due to matriarchy, these groups have :
  1. Fewer rapes
  2. Less molestation
  3. Caring people.
  4. A quite happy and safe environment.

All these things are really good. But is that enough for a country to be successful economically and socially? Do these groups have no problems? No.

These groups still have the same problems which patriarchal society have – poverty, corruption, etc.

Yes, we can solve rape problems by adopting matriarchy.But is that enough? Why don’t we hit two targets with one arrow? Is it even possible to control rapes AS WELL AS solve other problems too? Yes, it is.

The solution – NEUTRAL CULTURE

Is there a country which is truly feminist? Which maintains an equal culture?

Well yes, there are many countries doing that.

According to weforum, these are the countries which are the most gender neutral


Our main goal here is to discuss that HOW are we gonna make our countries gender equal. And here’s how these countries did it :

  1. By giving a good education to every citizen.
  2. By not focusing on religion.
  3. By embracing humanity.
  4. By stopping corruption and poverty.
  5. By embracing individualism when required and communal society when required thus making it difficult to have “stereotypes” about each other.
  6. By making their country strong enough to make humans live like humans.
  7. By giving justice to everyone.


If you guys have read about these countries, you will know that they have really good HDI and GDP. Which also makes them a developed country in a true sense.

And it’s not that these countries don’t have problems at all. But these countries have better healthcare and education which makes them less problematic than other countries. In these countries, there is a hope and positivity which our countries often lack.

So are you getting it? What these people did is that they :

  1. Brought a good government and the government did its work.
  2. Made their culture open to change and made sure everybody follows what is morally right and not just religiously right.


Basically, these countries made a cooperation of government and people and together solved their problems and brought EQUALITY and FEMINISM in its true sense.

We in our countries focus on complaining. We keep complaining. We never do anything to solve our problems. Which leads to people not SEEING change. So we only rely on media and we all know how much “correct” our media is. This brings anger in the west and more patriarchy in the east. Not saying that west is/was not patriarchal. But if we say that patriarchal means that men rule, then certainly men are ruling more in the east than the west.

All we need, is to stop complaining and start going in the right direction..



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Types of people you should NEVER befriend.


Nobody likes a bad friend. It is better NOT to befriend them. But, how do you know whom to befriend and whom to not? Here is the answer….


  1. The “cool” ones :

  • Everyone LOVES to be friends with this person.
  • These people are the most famous and “cool” ones in the school.
  • But when YOU are in a problem, they will always be skeptical to help you.
  • They will always find ways to maintain their “image” and even if their image can be maintained by ditching you, they WILL do that too.
  • Never ever befriend them they will hurt you the most.


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Ashley Tisdale from High School Musical is the best example


2. The jokers :

  • These are the people who only want attention.
  • They keep cracking jokes, entertaining people to get attention.
  • If you befriend them, sure, you will enjoy the show but when you will really need them, they will not help you for sure.
  • Their main goal in life is to be “popular”
    Jester, Joker, Castle, Fairy Tale, Clowning, Kids


3. The “I don’t care” ones :

  • There are various people who get attracted to the “doesn’t give a fuck” type people.
  • It’s not wrong to get attracted to them but it is wrong to trust them.
  • They clearly don’t give a fuck about you.
  • They only care about themselves and nobody else.
  • it is also uncertain whether they themselves will accept you as a friend or not.
  • Because they DONT CARE.
  • They come and leave college/school/office on their own, eat lunch on their own, and do work on their own.
  • You can make out from one’s face whether he/she wants to talk to someone or not. But these people don’t even show those signs. Which clearly shows that they aren’t even interested in making new friends.
  • Yes, they could appear to some as “shy” but again, shy person at least shows some signs that he/she cares about someone.



4. The subtle slavery ones :

  • These are the MOST COMMON people you will ever find.
  • It’s not that they are bad people but they also cant be trusted if you wanna make long-lasting friends and end up with one of these.
  • They are good people, but only in school/college/office.
  • They befriend you to use you.
  • They are nice to you and crack jokes etc, but only to gain your confidence.
  • Then they will tell you to do THEIR work.
  • Yes, its ok to do someones work sometimes but NOT ALL THE TIME.
  • These people will start asking favors from you MOST OF THE TIME.
  • They be like “oh honey please do this for me”, “this is the last time”, but the “last time” never comes and you have become their servants now.


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5. The rich and spoilt :

  • It is our natural tendency to get attracted to money.
  • Some even end up being a slave to a rich guy/girl just because he/she is rich.
  • If the person is genuinely a good person and being rich is just his economic status, then its ok.
  • But if the person is mean and he thinks that he deserves more friends only because he has a good economic status, then don’t befriend them.
  • A person who genuinely values his money will be down to earth rather than a show-off guy.
  • You will end up getting replaced.
  • Don’t befriend them.
  • They will also be mean and rude to you.
  • You don’t need to befriend someone who is just a rich and spoilt brat.



6. Those who suddenly isolate you :

  • Imagine how heartening it is, when you have befriended a really nice person but then suddenly he/she doesn’t talk to you anymore.
  • They quickly leave you without even a reason and befriend someone else.
  • It is hard to “identify” these people beforehand.
  • These people are also like the “I don’t care ones” but these people care about making friends but don’t care about maintaining the relationship.


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7. Who cross the boundaries :

  • Friends are people who you like to spend time with. They help you, guide you, hug you when you’re sad, make you laugh and make you feel good as a whole.
  • But there are people who want to befriend you just because you look good.
  • Sometimes they even cross the friend boundaries and start touching you at private places.
  • When they constantly keep flirting, touching, and treating you like an object, ITS TIME TO LEAVE THEM.
  • These people have their own tricks to befriend you.
  • They will use flirty lines or will ask you out. After you say no, they might say that “but we can be friends right?” and if you agree, they are good to you at times, but then they start being a jerk again.
  • Another characteristic is that they constantly keep adjusting their hair, their looks etc which one rarely does for a “friend”.
  • Identify them as early as possible and don’t befriend them.


8. Who doesn’t help you when in need :

  • Last but not the least, the most important person to not befriend is this one.
  • What is the use of a friend who doesn’t listen to your problems and doesn’t make an effort to help you out?
  • Yes, one can’t “fully” solve your problem but at least they will make an effort to help you as much as they can.
  • Let’s say you are depressed and you tell your friend about this. If he/she does not tell you to seek help, are real douchebags.
  • They would say that “oh let’s not talk about this ever again. I feel uncomfortable” and similar stuff that would make you sadder.
  • These friends are really hard to point out beforehand. But one possible way is that see what they do when you tell them to solve a very small problem of yours. If they at least TRY to solve it, you can be sure that they are good to keep.




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12 things you must know if you are enrolling in the science field in India.


Nowadays everyone wants their sons and daughters to have a career in science.

But they have NO CLUE what the science field gives them, what opportunities they have etc..

Today we are gonna see what REALLY happens in the science field and I’ll clear all the myths connected to it.

Note – this article is mostly valid for HSC(also called as “+2”)in science and not the other boards.

So here are the things you need to know before joining the science filed in India



  1. Science field is NOT Just for scholars :

  • Yes, you read it right. It is NOT for people who score well in 10th boards.
  • People who score well in board exams have a lot of memory power but, sometimes, they don’t even know the proper concept of many things.
  • For eg- They only know that the earth revolves around the sun. But when asked WHY, they cant answer it.
  • Thus, science is only for people who are conceptual learners.
  • Only LOGIC LOVERS and PRACTICAL people will survive the science filed.
  • You have to think, breathe, pray and play science to be successful in this field.


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2. The subjects :

  • Science has two subfields- “medical” and “engineering” : 
  1.  Medical has subjects like – Physics, Biology and Chemistry (PCB) as COMPULSORY subjects in HSC.
  2. Engineering has subjects like – Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM) as COMPULSORY subjects in HSC.
  • For cracking physics and maths – You need to have knowledge of applying logic and formulas.
  • For cracking chemistry and bio – You need to have knowledge of learning and remembering things easily. (which all people who have given 10th board and have scored 90% and above, WILL know)



3. “Out of syllabus” no more valid :

  • Okay, in school, you only needed to know what’s written in the textbooks right? BUT, you don’t need to do that in science.
  • In +2 science, you should know about OTHER things which are OUT OF YOUR SYLLABUS too.
  • And the reason is that – the 12th board exams and also the engineering/medical exams in the future, ask various OUT OF SYLLABUS question RELATED TO THE SUBJECT.
  • So be prepared for that.



4. Curiosity wins :

  • Asking questions is a MUST in science.
  • If you get stuck with ONE topic, other topics will be affected too.
  • For eg, you need to know something called “centripetal force” (along with its proof), to understand why satellites rotate around the earth.
  • This is why you need to ask doubts and you need to get them cleared ASAP!!
  • If you don’t have the guts to question, DONT COME TO SCIENCE.


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5. College life :

  • You have no college life.
  • No time for girlfriends and boyfriends.
  • No time for hanging out with friends.
  • No time for fun.
  • Even if one says that they have seen science people having fun, let me tell you that those science students are the average ones. They are surely not getting good marks. They are just passing the exams.
  • If you REALLY want to make your parents proud and are serious about being a doctor or engineer, you can’t afford to lose marks. And if you don’t wanna lose marks, study more and hang out less.



6. Tutions/coaching classes :

  • You HAVE TO get a coaching class.
  • You CANNOT do science on you’re own.
  • The college teachers only teach you the stuff that is required to pass your HSC BOARD EXAMS.
  • Coaching classes will teach you board exam syllabus+extra tips+enterance exam syllabus.
  • If you want to become an engineer, you have to compulsorily give entrance exams called JEE or CET(Maharashtra)
  • The eligibility to enter the exam is that you have to pass the HSC board exam first.
  • But you can become an engineer only if you study for JEE or CET and give those exams.
  • So basically, you have to study for both boards+enterance exams.
  • And thus, you need coaching classes.
  • Also remember that sometimes, good HSC board marks also have a good impact on the CV for jobs.



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7. Attendance :

  • Here you can breathe.
  • Attendance is 70% required in college
  • But in science, in one week (mon-sat), there are 3 practical days and 3 lecture days.
  • Even if you attend only the practicals, your attendance will be up to 70%.
  • So you don’t have to go to college daily. Go only for practicals if you’re college allows that (which most colleges do)
  • If your college is too strict about attendance, please reconsider choosing that college.
  • You really can’t do both classes and college. Baccha mar jaiga stresss se (the child will die out of stress)
  • So, attend only practicals in college but attend the tuition daily without fail.


8. Practicals :

  • Practicals are compulsory for physics, bio, chemistry and maths.
  • They are conducted every week.
  • They are easy to do.
  • Only physics practicals are very hard for an average science student. Especially the one who doesn’t want a career in physics.
  • Practical exams are conducted too.
  • External examiner comes for taking the practical exams.
  • You have to compulsorily maintain a journal where you have all your practical notes written in a neat and clean way.
  • Practical hack – ALWAYS pay attention to the guide given by the teacher before the practice starts. Make notes and ask questions.
  • Take practicals seriously.
  • Practicals are fun and easy to do (except for physics ones)
  • Don’t miss practicals. You will get fewer marks in practical EXAM.
  • Marks scored in practical exams get counted for the final board mark sheet


9.  Study time required to get good marks :

  • Physics – if the concept is clear, you require 20 mins daily revision for concepts and 4-5 sums daily.
  • Chemistry- Wholehearted mugging up of chemical names, formulas, reactions are 100% required. Will take 40 mins daily. Even if you know the formulas, you have to practice their problems.
  • Maths – Daily formula revision and 4-5 different type of sums to be practised daily. Will take minimum 1 hour.
  • Bio- Min 30 mins daily revision of concepts.
  • Total time for any three of these – engineering (PCM)- 2 hours and medical (PCB) – 1/30 mins or more.
  • Note – this was just self-study.
  • You have to spend least  3 hours in classes daily otherwise too.
  • So classes+self study makes it 5-6 hours of daily study.


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10. After Hsc :

  • You can either go for engineering or medical.
  • You can also go for Bsc, Msc and become a professor.
  • You can also go to pharmacy field.
  • Various other small fields are also there but they aren’t that good enough to pay you as much as you have spent on your studies.


11. All about the fees :

  • Govt college – less than 12,000 Rupees for 1 year.
  • Private college – 1 lakh per year.
  • Coaching classes – 1 lakh per year.
  • Travelling, food, time pass, buying stationary (journals, textbooks etc), lab coats, lab gloves, etc (for Mumbai) – ten to 12 thousand per year.


12. There is a way out :

  • If you are not being able to handle science, there is also a way to get out of it.
  • You can join arts or commerce field after completing HSC.
  • Fun fact – arts and commerce students can’t join science field after HSC.
  • So, if you think your passion is not science, and that you can excel in something else, you can surely shift to arts and commerce easily. While filling the forms for arts/commerce college, they do ask you that from which field have you done HSC.
  • Another fun fact – People who have been to +2 in science field have more knowledge about logic and rational thinking than other fields. Which if used properly in the other fields, can yield REALLY GOOD results.




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  1. We cant be 100% right but most of these are 98% right especially for Mumbai.
  2. You can go to your state govt’s website for more information.
  3. Image credits: Click image.


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6 less chaotic places in India where you can just RELAX.


India is known for being chaotic and in some places, it IS chaotic. But it also has a solution to its chaos – Places with so much nature and calmness that you will forget that you are in the 2nd most populated country in the world!

So here are some of the quietest and calmest places in India where you can EASILY practise yoga, meditation, or just RELAX and chill.

Note – The list is not a hierarchy.


1.Maharashtra : 


Shocked? Don’t worry, We aren’t talking about the cities. We are talking about the natural beauty and silence. Maharashtra might be infamous for having one of the noisiest places called Mumbai, It does have some insanely silent places at the same time. Apart from having huge forts, it does have some insanely nature-friendly places which give relief from the chaos in Mumbai.


2 Day Lonavala-Khandala Sightseeing Tour from Pune

Lonavla, a BEAUTIFUL hill station very close to Pune city. It is a beautiful paradise!

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View of Lavasa hills

Lavasa hills serve you beauty within the Lavasa city. Something like this is rarely found nowadays. The architecture you are seeing in the top left of the picture is the Lavasa main centre. Doesn’t it match with the natural beauty of the place?


Maharashtra tousrim : http://www.tourismguideindia.com/maharashtra.htm



2. Kerela :


Kerela is a pretty well-known place. It has greenery, tea plantations, rice paddies, and the famous – backwaters where you can just chill and think about your life. Kerela will ensure you have a chilled day with lots of coconut water and delightful food.



Kerela is also called “Gods own country”


A glimpse of nature in Kerela


Houseboats ready to take you to the backwaters


Kerela tourism website: https://www.makemytrip.com/travel-guide/kerala/


3. Meghalaya :


Meghalaya is the land of beautiful forests, greenery, waterfalls and so much peace that you would want to come back again and again. Its a paradise for photographers and nature lovers. It is a place so wonderful that your eyes will be delighted to be experiencing this side of nature and how nature NURTURES us.


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                Living root bridges, Nongriat village, Meghalaya.




Mawlynnong Village Meghalaya

Mawlynnong village is the cleanest village in Asia.

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Dawki River Meghalaya

Dawki river, a transparent river.

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Meghalaya tourism: https://www.yatra.com/india-tourism/meghalaya



4. Himachal Pradesh :


Himachal, a lovely state in the northern part of India, is known for its breathtaking nature, flower gardens and the beautiful people. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence. This is reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries, as well as its vibrant Tibetan New Year celebrations. The region is also well known for its trekking, climbing and skiing areas. You will LOVE this place!



     Dharamsala, best place for spirituality

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   Kasol, Hill station.

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 Tourism : https://www.yatra.com/india-tourism/himachal-pradesh


5. Goa : 


Many people think of Goa as a party place. But Goa is more than that. With its beautiful beaches and amazing relaxing options, you can get a party+peace atmoshpere only in Goa. Various non-toursity beaches like agonda beach are less party friendly and more peace friendly beaches. Goa steals your heart 😉



The most popular spot in Goa for one day picnics, this beach is also one of the favourites amongst the locals. Although a bit of rocky, it is counted as one amongst the least crowded beaches in Goa. Sandwiched between the Mandrem and Morjim beach, Ashwem has several beach-side resorts that offer seaside shacks to relax and rejuvenate.




Lying to the north of the Chapora River, this beach is a beautiful manifestation of sandy shoreline and is amongst the least crowded beaches of Goa. A nesting habitat for the olive ridley turtle, Morjim beach possesses a unique ecosystem that favours the growth and hatching of this species of turtles.




Pristine and alluring, Agonda Beach is the place where someone can simply relax in the company of sun, sand and sea.



All credits for Goa post go to https://www.thrillophilia.com/least-crowded-beaches-of-goa 

(Visit the link for knowing what are the least crowded beaches in Goa)

Goa tourism: https://www.makemytrip.com/travel-guide/goa/places-to-visit.html



6. Andaman Nicobar islands :


Last but not the least, the island to the east coast of India, is one of the popular yet peaceful desitnations in India. Compared to goa, it is much less crowded and is more peaceful for beach lovers. You cant end your trip to india without going to this place!



One of the sprawling white sand beaches in Andaman and close to the Alfred Caves… the Pathi Level Beach is a must visit place in Andaman for all travellers. Being an isolated beach, it is known for its abundant and unspoilt natural beauty and can be accessed by a dunghi from Kishorinagar via Ram Nagar beach.




 Ray Hill, Mayabunder, is one of the newly developed eco-tourism destinations in Andaman that houses eco guesthouses and one can indulge in several activities like elephant safaris, wilderness trail, rock climbing and angling. The Ray Hill thus allows you to explore the forest in detail, laying bare the beauty of nature and wilderness at its best




One of the popular beaches in Andaman, the Laxmanpur Beach, which is close to the Bharatpur Beach… is the perfect getaway for your trip to Andaman, as you are left with sufficient time and space to be on your own and enjoy the privacy even during the peak tourist season.



Credit – https://www.tourmyindia.com/blog/best-places-to-visit-andaman-nicobar-islands/

Official tourism website – http://www.andamantourism.gov.in/



Note :

  1. There are more peaceful places in India too but these places mentioned above, give nature+nurture which is the best experience for someone looking for peace. We will try to add other places in the next edition if possible.
  2. People keep worrying about “safety” while travelling to India but No need to worry about “safety” cause the places mentioned above, are very very safe (even for women)
  3. These places are developed enough to provide good roads and connectivity to the cities so no fear of “getting lost” somewhere.
  4. The northern states are easily connected to Delhi and the southern are easily connected to cities like Chennai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad. Mumbai is mostly connected to all of them.
  5. You can see the vlogs or visits of each place on youtube to have a better idea about them.
  6. Our content is not 100% right but these places will surely provide more peace than any other places in India.
  7. Our list is based on connectivity to cities, natural beauty, atmosphere, etc.



Hope you enjoyed reading this post

Keep travelling, keep enjoying

Namaste 🙂


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We picked top 10 kurtas under ₹600 for you!


All of us are busy in our lives and we don’t get enough time to browse through so many shopping options especially when it comes to clothes. That’s why we are here to help! We picked top 10 beautiful kurtas just for you.

List: Kurta

Order: 1 to 10 (not hierarchal )

Type: Urban kurta

Price: Under 600rs

From: myntra.com

Will look good on : females from age 20 to 30.

1. La Firangi White & Black Kurta


This black and white kurta is literally so beautiful. It has a mix of the good old kurta design plus some modern fashion touch.It will look amazing on tall girls.Braids will look very good on this kurta.Black bindi will suit the look too.

Price: Rs. 559

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/la-firangi/la-firangi-white–black-kurta/1220134/buy


2. M Tex Women Black & Sea Green Printed Straight Kurta



Ahh, this combination of blue, black and white is just mesmerizing! Don’t know why they have taken a foreign model but it looks good on her. The sleeves are like those of normal t-shirts and tops which gives it a different look too. Again, braids are recommended and black bindi. Instead of white leggings, you can wear black leggings too.

Price: Rs. 549

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/m-tex/m-tex-women-black–sea-green-printed-straight-kurta/2312290/buy


3. Biba Women Blue & Orange Printed Straight Kurta



This kurta has a summer feel to it. It is comfortable, airy, and will look great on the youth girl. Orange bindi will stand out and look great on it.

Price: Rs. 549

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/biba/biba-women-blue–orange-printed-straight-kurta/2263436/buy


4. Popnetic Women White Solid Straight Kurta



Yellow, black and white, PERFECT! The hairstyle is also excellent and suits the kurta perfectly. Black bindi would do. A nice watch (women’s watch) will make it look more beautiful.

Price: Rs. 539

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/popnetic/popnetic-women-white-solid-straight-kurta/1814442/buy

5. Anouk Women Blue Printed Cold-Shoulder A-Line Kurta



A much-awaited design is here! The colour combination is peaceful and Instagram friendly too. A pink bindi, braided or open hair would look perfect on it.

Price: Rs. 449

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/anouk/anouk-women-blue-printed-cold-shoulder-a-line-kurta/1770962/buy

6. RANGMANCH BY PANTALOONS Women Off-White & Yellow Printed Straight Kurta



This is fabulous! The design is spectacular and modern style. It really suits the hairstyle. Red bindi will do wonders if paired with this.

Price: Rs. 449

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/rangmanch-by-pantaloons/rangmanch-by-pantaloons-women-off-white–yellow-printed-straight-kurta/2066990/buy


7. Nayo Women Off-White & Black Printed Straight Kurta



Just look at the neckline and colour! It’s amazing! Rarely do we see grey colour kurtas being worn as a fashion. But this can surely change the fate of the old grey buddy and bring in the grey fashion. Black bindi+open hair = Full on dhamaka.

Price: Rs. 549

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/nayo/nayo-women-off-white–black-printed-straight-kurta/2240939/buy


8. Janasya Women Peach & Green Colourblocked A-Line Kurta




Ah, this is just..no words. It’s beautifully designed and paired with the hairstyle. Red bindi is apna choice again. We do think that the white leggins do not go well with the kurta but it depends on you what you like.

Price: Rs. 535

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/janasya/janasya-women-peach–green-colourblocked-a-line-kurta/1816027/buy


9. Aasi Women Yellow Printed Straight Kurta



Yellow rules! This is a very amazing kurta style and it has a mixture of plain+texture which gives it a unique look. Paired with the black leggings and this hairstyle, it will look awesome on you. The bindi can be black or yellow as per choice.

Price: Rs. 519

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/aasi/aasi-women-yellow-printed-straight-kurta/1752292/buy


10. Shree Women Off-White & Blue Printed Straight Kurta



This is quite a stereotypical kurta but the design and colour combination makes it a must-try. Blue bindi and braided hair will look nice on it.

Price: Rs. 399

Link: https://www.myntra.com/kurtas/shree/shree-women-off-white–blue-printed-straight-kurta/2086739/buy



Note :

  1. The prices might change with time. The prices are more likely to decrease than increase but still, it can change.
  2. All the kurtas under 400 rs are quite dull and common so that’s why they couldn’t be picked.
  3. We are not responsible for the quality of the product. We are just stating the best looking kurtas in the web store.
  4. It is to be noted that most websites don’t give you leggins free with the kurta. So don’t think that the leggings are gonna be free with it.
  5. We are just choosing and stating the best ones from all the kurtas under 600. Any issue with any kurta is not our responsibility. Talk to the store for complaints.
  6. The second part of the list will be coming soon! So stay tuned!


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The Ultimate Social media management method…


You may have heard about Time Management for studies, for work for other jobs, etc. But today, we are gonna see the time management for SOCIAL MEDIA.

According to a study, People spend 12 years on social media in a lifetime. Imagine if we have had used this time for something else. Our life would have been awesome!

Please note, it is VERY IMPORTANT to first know what EXACTLY does “social media” mean. This will help you understand the steps better.


Social media are websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.

eg – Tumblr, Twitter, Viber, VK, WeChat, Weibo, WhatsApp, Wikia, Snapchat, Youtube etc.


Now let’s see how we can manage our social media time.


1.Count how much time do YOU have in a day : 

  • A day has 24 hrs.
  • Minus 24 hours with the TOAL hours you require for sleep.
  • The remains are the time when you are active or awake.
  • This time is the time we need.


Food time hasn’t been counted here because some watch videos and eat food while some just eat food (what up social media reference!!).

So it depends on you whether you want to minus the food time along with the sleep time or not.


2. List your social media : 

  • List down HOW MANY social media accounts do you use every day.
  • Most people have Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram as daily accounts.


3. List down WHAT YOU DO in that social media : 

  • You may see stories on Instagram, chat on WhatsApp, binge watch on youtube, etc
  • So this is what you have to list down here
  • So after the 2nd step, write down what EXACTLY do you do on that particular social media platform.


4. Make groups :

  • Insta, Facebook, Youtube could be some apps which consume ALOT of time.
  • Whatsapp, Google, WordPress etc might not consume that much time.
  • So you need to group each of your apps into two categories – “More time” and “Less time”
  • The reason why I didn’t say “oh put a timer and count how much you spend blah blah blah” is because I know that every day is different for every social media. Today all my followed pages must be posting some good stuff but tomorrow they may not! So counting time makes no sense.


5. List your job : 

  • You may be a housewife, a student, a teacher or whatever.
  • You note down what you do and what does your job demands from you.


6. Ask yourself :

  • We listed the active time in point 1.
  • Go there now.
  • Ask yourself, do you do what you’re supposed to do, in MOST of the time you have in your hand?
  • If yes, then you are a quite controllable person. If no, and you see that time for SOCIAL MEDIA ,then I fear you are a social media addict.
  • Once you figure out whether you are an addict or not, problem-solving gets easier.


7. EXTRA activities : 

  • Now list down what EXTRA you do other than social media as a time-pass.
  • Do you go outside, or play or what else do you do?
  • Note it down and here you need to check how much average time you spend in doing it.
  • eg- “I play for 2 hours daily”


8. Free time :

  • Everyone has a free time.
  • This free time means the time when you jump to your bed and say “aah! work is done!”.
  • This could be the time you get in between lectures or a break.
  • It could be any time.
  • Now list down how much free time you get.
  • Here you need to make a category – “more free time” and “less free time”


9. Utilize :

  • I think you realized where we have reached now 😉
  • Good that you’re smart. If you didn’t get it, no problem! Just keep reading!
  • Ok, now that you have 4 categories –
  1. More time
  2. Less time
  3. More free time
  4. Less free time

all we need to do is join them.

  • Yes, you are right. Use the apps consuming more time, from the more free time part of the day and use the fewer time apps in the less free time part of the day.
  • See, it was so simple!


10. Utilise smartly : 

  • If you found that you are an addict, you need to cut down on the more free time you get.
  • Since you’re not doing what you’re supposed to do, I assume the time in the “more free time” section of yours, must be HUGE. Like, say 5-6 hours.
  • The more free time for a non-addict is usually 3-4 or maybe 2-3 hours.
  • So, reduce your free time and do something else in that time.
  • It’s not a fast process to get out of addiction.
  • It takes time.
  • You can read – Change yourself : teen edition for changing yourself.



Sample :

Total time = 24 hours
My time = 24-10hour sleep= 14 hours

My social media –
4. Youtube
5. Gmail
6. Twitter

What I do
1. Insta – Check stories
2. WhatsApp – check messages
3. Facebook – check stories
4. Youtube- watch videos
5. Gmail – see emails
6. Twitter- see trends, and tweet

Grouping :
more time – Insta, FB, youtube
less time – Twitter, Gmail, WhatsApp

My job – student
What I need to do – study
Do I do it? – Yes
How much time do I take to study – 5/14 hours

Extra activity  – Playing games and going out to roam around.
Playing games – 1-2 hour
Going out – 3 hours
Time – 5/14 hours

Time spent – 5+5=10
Remaining free time – 4 hours

More free time – 4 hours
Less free time – Time between my lectures.

Final time management :
Apps for 4 hours -Facebook, Insta, Youtube.
Apps for short time – Gmail, WhatsApp, Twitter



Tips :

  1. If you are running a bussiness on social media, I suggest having volunteers to help.
  2. For eg – You choose whatever you want to share or sell, and then give that infor to your volunterr and tell him to manage the uploads, comments, deliveries, checking inquiries etc.
  3. This will help your work get done, plus social media being managed.
  4. Voulnteer can be anyone – Your grandma, your child, your cousin, or friend or some colleges student.
  5. If you are say an instagrammer, you have alot of followers, then what you need to do, is upload the picture, and turn on the notifications. (keep notification on vibrate mode) and just check the notifications on the top of your mobile screen instead of going to the page itself.
  6. Another option is turning on the gmail notification of instagram. It helps keep notifications in a different app and gamil also comes under the “less time” category.


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How to tell whether a WhatsApp forward is fake or not (6 tricks)…


Whatsapp is a widely used tool for messaging. It has its markets in India, South Africa, Brazil and other countries.

India accounts for the largest WhatsApp users.

While WhatsApp is very useful for promoting your businesses, spam and misleading news can be spread within minutes.

But with these techniques, you can identify a fake Whatapp forward.



  1. Use Truecaller :

  • Truecaller is an app which tells you the name of the cell phone user from his number.
  • Sometimes in WhatsApp, there are messages such as “Call this person if you see a stray animal”, “Call him to send money” etc.
  • Then a phone number is also displayed.
  • Copy that number and paste it into Truecaller and see the name.
  • If the person HIMSELF has sent the message and is truly genuine, he will ALWAYS mention his name and occupation/what he does, on Truecaller.
  • A fake person will rarely do this.
  • Like if I truly am an animal rescuer, I will mention that on my Truecaller profile because I know that I have forwarded a message related to it and anyone can contact me anytime because of that message.
  • Once you see the name, you can use Facebook to search it and see the Facebook profile to be double sure whether he’s a spammer or a person in real need.


So, basically what to do in this step?

  1. Search his profile on Truecaller and see the name.
  2. Search the name on facebook
  3. See the occupation if mentioned.
  4. If the occupation is not mentioned, see at least his pictures or friend list to get an idea whether hes a needy or a scammer.


Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/

Truecaller – https://www.truecaller.com/


2. Check the news channels:

  • Only news channels show the real news and nobody else does.
  • If there was an eclipse coming tomorrow, the news tells it today itself.
  • So you don’t need to rely on WhatsApp for news about the environment.
  • Secondly, if there is news on politics, IGNORE it. 
  • NEVER EVER take a political WhatsApp message seriously. It’s all dirty politics to make the youth do wrong things.
  • Lastly, if the news is related to someone being kidnapped/is lost etc, then its probably fake too.
  • Think logically –  If your child is lost, would you complain to the police or tell WhatsApp? Will WhatsApp friends and random people help you find your kid? What if someone uses your contact number, tells you he has found your kid, and then kidnaps you if you go to him?
  • So let’s be real – People will mostly complain to a police officer and rely on them only. Moreover, they may also approach the news channels. But using WhatsApp to tell that their child is lost, is bad parenting as well as a possible scam.


Basically, think logically and rely only on news channels for news.

We know that sometimes news channel themselves can spread fake news too.

So, we suggest watching only TRUSTED CHANNELS like DD news, Zee news etc.


3. Check with the doctor :


  • A random person sends you a message telling about Aryuveda and you believe him?
  • Rather save the message and ask the real aryuvedic doctor.
  • Same with any kind of medical messages.
  • “Better be sure than be sorry”.

Thus, before using random fake medical knowledge, ask your doctor whether the information being forwarded to you is really true or not.



4. UNESCO tells its announcements on its website.

  • UNESCO has its own website and it posts everything on it.
  • So better check it before believing anything related to it.
  • Same goes for anything related to the United Nations.

United Nations website – www.un.org/en/

UNESCO – https://en.unesco.org



5. Website, website, website : 

  • Yes, again, ANY big organization will ALWAYS announce its notices on its WEBSITE.
  • So next time when you get a message saying anything about the govt policies, CHECK THEIR WEBSITE or just check the news channels.
  • Whatsapp itself will tell its updates on its website too. So no need to believe in random messages of “New Whatsapp feature” and similar news being forwarded to you.



6. Social media :

  • Every police establishment in this world uses a verified social media account and use it to tell any announcements.
  • For eg, the Mumbai police tell its announcements on its Twitter account and are active on twitter all day.
  • So you should not rely on messages about police, security or any threat. Just check their twitter/other social media or just ask them directly by a call or on the internet.





Recap :




Note :

  1. We don’t claim all these tricks to be 100% true.
  2. People are still there to run their masterminds and can still fool you.
  3. Now that India has internet users in huge numbers, we should know the dos and donts of the internet.
  4. The basic “DONT” is that don’t believe in rumours.
  5. With the above tricks, you can find a flaw in forwarded message easily.
  6. Yes it may take some effort but as we said, “Better be sure than sorry”





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