Zarin Rezwana

AN OJHA

“The winter was too chilling. And blank, somehow. In the background, there was no blaring music, and the morning felt like someone had taken the salt out of an almost perfect chotpoti.

5y ago

Economics: the deconstructed edition

Once you have studied a subject long enough, it grows a hold over you. More importantly, everything around you seems related to it. For some frank understanding, here are some theories of economics dressed as everyday matters. Do note that these explanations are far cries from the actual applications.

6y ago

Wonders, lost

While getting out of the house at 7.39 am every day, thoughts of moving to a faraway land ran through her mind. Winnie, as everyone called her, was already tired of her life. The atrocity of college did not seem to end.

6y ago

The Rapunzel Struggles

When television commercials showed long silky hair, the young me would drool and dream. I always wanted to have luscious locks, and achieved them at one point.

6y ago

Reasons to love Ittyadi

Ittyadi shares the same position as khichuri on a rainy day in a Bangladeshi household. Since the show has been going on for over 25 years now, it has seen its viewership swell. My parents introduced me to the show when I was a child.

6y ago

Don't stop at this station

Paula Hawkins' bestselling thriller, “The Girl on the Train”, was something I was looking forward to because it was supposedly comparable to Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl - a thriller that blew our minds off. Nonetheless, the expectations fumbled as I gave it a read.

6y ago

An Ode to Bengali Second Paper

Bengali literature, which is as rich as literature could possibly get, has always been a favourite of mine. From the emotions of Tagore to the mysteries of Feluda, the ideas around which the works have revolved are commendable.

6y ago

The truth about Noakhaillas

Being a Noakhailla, it is fun and/or stressful when the mention of our hometown causes mass hysteria in a room full of people. I'd like to clear the air once and for all, and get real – bust some myths and perpetuate some semi-truths.

6y ago
June 27, 2019
June 27, 2019

AN OJHA

“The winter was too chilling. And blank, somehow. In the background, there was no blaring music, and the morning felt like someone had taken the salt out of an almost perfect chotpoti.

November 30, 2017
November 30, 2017

Economics: the deconstructed edition

Once you have studied a subject long enough, it grows a hold over you. More importantly, everything around you seems related to it. For some frank understanding, here are some theories of economics dressed as everyday matters. Do note that these explanations are far cries from the actual applications.

November 23, 2017
November 23, 2017

Wonders, lost

While getting out of the house at 7.39 am every day, thoughts of moving to a faraway land ran through her mind. Winnie, as everyone called her, was already tired of her life. The atrocity of college did not seem to end.

October 26, 2017
October 26, 2017

The Rapunzel Struggles

When television commercials showed long silky hair, the young me would drool and dream. I always wanted to have luscious locks, and achieved them at one point.

October 26, 2017
October 26, 2017

Reasons to love Ittyadi

Ittyadi shares the same position as khichuri on a rainy day in a Bangladeshi household. Since the show has been going on for over 25 years now, it has seen its viewership swell. My parents introduced me to the show when I was a child.

October 19, 2017
October 19, 2017

Don't stop at this station

Paula Hawkins' bestselling thriller, “The Girl on the Train”, was something I was looking forward to because it was supposedly comparable to Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl - a thriller that blew our minds off. Nonetheless, the expectations fumbled as I gave it a read.

October 5, 2017
October 5, 2017

An Ode to Bengali Second Paper

Bengali literature, which is as rich as literature could possibly get, has always been a favourite of mine. From the emotions of Tagore to the mysteries of Feluda, the ideas around which the works have revolved are commendable.

September 28, 2017
September 28, 2017

The truth about Noakhaillas

Being a Noakhailla, it is fun and/or stressful when the mention of our hometown causes mass hysteria in a room full of people. I'd like to clear the air once and for all, and get real – bust some myths and perpetuate some semi-truths.

September 21, 2017
September 21, 2017

Stages of dealing with the new iPhone

With smartphones crowding the market, the iPhone has remained as one of the most expensive and popular line ups ever, even with its fair share of equally competent rivals. However, with the release of a new series and the mass mania, here is a story of how one gets over the new range.

August 31, 2017
August 31, 2017

A brief walkthrough of makeup

Are you tired of wasting money at a parlour and ending up looking like Casper's relative? Do you hate looking off fleek in your selfies? Then worry no more, because here's a noob's guide to makeup.

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