Largely unknown to the outside world, Nepal’s centuries-old institution of the child deity, the Kumari Devi, is deeply embedded in the culture of Kathmandu Valley. Young, beautiful and decorous, even a glimpse of her is believed to bring good fortune. Continue reading The Kumari’s Story
We need to stop giving pupils follow-up tasks and tests after reading, and just allow them to enjoy books for the sheer love of reading Continue reading Is the Schooling System Against Reading?
Tell me which ones you relate to! Continue reading mInD BoggLInG PsyChOloGicAL FaCts
This program takes two matrices of order r1*c1 and r2*c2 respectively. Then, the program multiplies these two matrices (if possible) and displays it on the screen. Continue reading C++ Learning the Basics: Multiplication of Two-Matrix
Nope! Nothing is binary except computers maybe. Continue reading Is Gender Binary?
The Heliosphere protects our solar system. It is produced by the Sun and contains our entire solar system like a warm and cozy blanket. Continue reading Let’s Explore The Heliosphere
On his new album, ye, Kanye West revealed that he has bipolar disorder — a brain disorder characterized by significant changes in mood and energy, from emotional highs to devastating lows. This has met with a lot of criticism. Continue reading Kanye West’s Bipolar Disorder
Acedia, also known as the Noonday Devil or a spiritual sloth, is a key constituent of the Seven Deadly Sins (a gang you wouldn’t want to be a part of!) So what does this poetic-sounding title mean? Continue reading Acedia – The Deadliest Sin
Consumerism is a social and economic order that encourages the purchase of goods and services in ever-greater amounts. Continue reading What is Consumerism?
With these genetic-based superpowers transforming Wade Wilson, a mediocre crook, into Deadpool, a real-life ninja, the question begs to be asked: Can science back up Deadpool’s superpowers, and can we acquire them? Continue reading The Science Behind Deadpool’s Extraordinary Superpowers