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Journey of an MBA student #1

Though my plans of going to the beautiful campus have gone for a toss, but with the ease of my soft bed and mom giving fruit salads is a real privilege. With orientation rolling, I’m taking it slow, trying to strike a balance in my routine, tuning out on social media and bracing myself for […]

Childhood Hero

Did you have the trend of supplementary readers in school? The nomenclature might differ but it’s like a book discussion for a batch of students followed by a book review and evaluation on the themes of the novel. And The Diary of a Young Girl was one of them. Chosen for 14 year old, restless […]

Croton

An extensive flowering plant, it adds color to your garden. It is more durable than flowers and available in wide range of colors. Is this Albino in flora? //Day 4 entry SB.

Hibiscus Chad

When I was a kid, I used to have a garden with a huge hibiscus tree. And hibiscus is known for its sacredness in India. And there was an aunty in the neighborhood who used to go to the temple early in the morning. She has stolen our blooms for years. And maybe after sometime […]

Portulacaria afra

It’s an all season plant in India. Though indigenous type of South Africa, this variant of bonsai is widely available in subtropical zone. Elephant bush? This is food for elephants and native wildlife. And these plants can sustain on very little water. As a kid, I used to mistake it for a clover, for obvious […]

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