Archie miss Tom Moore

The world of cartoons is enjoyed by children and elders. Many teachers, leaders and communication exports have exploited cartoons for their whims and fancies. Cartoons make the message attractive, spicy for all the readers. The cartoon artist who is involved in finding the inspiration from song, poetry or real-life incidence or character, political or socioContinue reading “Archie miss Tom Moore”

Joy to the World

“It is a fine seasoning for joy to think of those we love” Moliere            British came to India in 1600 and established their business. Christmas was alien to this soil till then. Brits celebrated Christmas with low sound. It was 1822 that first house of Brit was built in Shimla.Continue reading “Joy to the World”

Bipin Chandra who wrote a chapter in Indian History

Bipin Chandra mentioned this fact in his interview to Rediff, he never afraid of arguing the truth. Bipin Chandra who born in 1928, Kangra Vally(then Punjab), Himachal Pradesh, has witnessed India being formed and Governments been made.  He was educated in Lahore and Stanford University and Delhi University. He worked as a professor at JNU.Continue reading “Bipin Chandra who wrote a chapter in Indian History”

Reign García Márquez over magical-realism

                 ‘Gabo’one of the most significant authors of the 20th century who got the 1972 Neustadt International Prize for Literature and the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature. Very strikingly he left law school to pursued a self-directed education for a career in journalism. From early on, he showed no inhibitions inContinue reading “Reign García Márquez over magical-realism”

Kudos to Strand Book Stall

                                I remember the last summer when I was reading the books on Federico Fellini and his style of film making. The very subject fascinated me as his films inspired many film makers from all over the world. As a film student I did find a cord between French Avant Grade Cinema, German Expressionism and ItalianContinue reading “Kudos to Strand Book Stall”

The Kiss

                                     Initially photography was used to capture the portraits of then social elites and social landscape. As Abraham Lincoln once said, “There are no bad pictures; that’s just how your face looks sometimes.” Salman Rushdie,   went further byContinue reading “The Kiss”

David Balie a Lens man who crafted swinging 60s

David Balie a filmgoer who has fascination of silver screen and the images right from his childhood.  His housed was bombed when he was three and use to stay in Leytonstone and just next street East End where Alfred Hitchcock is borne. Mickey Mouse and Bambi have been his childhood fantasies. He started his careerContinue reading “David Balie a Lens man who crafted swinging 60s”