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Musical Intelligence: Blending Technicality with the Unknown

Characterized by perception, consciousness, self-awareness, and volition, human intelligence can be defined as an intellectual capacity of a human being to learn, understand, conceive, and implement. Based on thoughts and experiences, humans develop their intelligence and use the same as a key element in decision-making, problem-solving and in many other …

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Unconventional Foods #8: The Many-Faced Pani Puri!

Party means snack time. Party for thirteen-year-olds means that they are hungry and are quite impatient for food. This is one thing I realized on my thirteenth birthday. Another thing that I realized was that desperate thirteen-year-olds if left without food for a while can indulge in some productive creativity …

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Mon Desir: The Best “Mind Food” in Bangalore

“Jaisa Ann Waisa Mann “ As quoted by Jean Anthelme Brillat-“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you who you are”. Tripped Out Fact: If you are dealing with a mood disorder, one of the biggest and potentially most beneficial changes you can make to your lifestyle is your …

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Mother’s Kitchen: The Art of Cooking Selflessly

  Ma hated cooking. Domestic spirits haunted her. She did it, alright. Paper thin dosas on which her words wouldn’t stay Peanut chutney for daddy. Coconut chutney for my sister My motto was “ketchup makes everything better.” Ma didn’t mind. Or we didn’t ask Ma hated cooking. The milk boiling …

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Unconventional Foods #5: The Unlikely Couple

Food and love, according to me, are the reasons keeping the human existence intact as well as the stars in their position. Being a glutton to the core, food has always been an issue of undying interest to me. Even though this interest of mine often makes me a butt …

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Caneola: An Oasis in a Flavorless World

I thought I would finish whatever I had to do before it got unbearably hot. But alas! I had not taken into account the hurdle that was to come before me that day. Every step threw me behind schedule. At noon, worn-out, hot and miserable, I still found myself on …

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