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  1. 1. 3 If you haven’t experienced the Christmas celebration in London you’re really missing out on some awesome stuff! London has been one of the greatest tourist attractions since several years particularly because of its historic monuments, museums, weather, culture, food and much more.One can simply never get bored in the city as there is so much to see and do from shopping at the world-famous oxford street to drinking english tea at Harrods or having the best fish and chips in the world. This winter make Christmas memories in Britain. Reasons to visit this Christmas season! LONDON London is a wonderland during December because of the extravagant Christmas decorations, dazzling lights and a list of other things to do like: By Saanya Batra 23rd November,2017 By Saanya Batra 1.Ice skating in somerset house’s 18th-century courtyard ice rink or ice skating while admiring the city’s skyline from the rooftop ice rink at Skylight. 2.Singing Christmas carols around Trafalgar Square’s world-famous Christmas tree. 3.Watching christmas shows as London’s theatres have a great selection of classic shows with famous personalities and family-friendly fun. 4.Christmas shopping is never as fun as in London with the most amazing stores in Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street. 5.Cruising in the river Thames and admiring the mesmerising beauty of the city. So if you’re planning a vacation this December London is the place to be! Picture credits: Saanya Batra Picture credits: Saanya Batra Picture credits: Saanya Batra 5 5 Road trip essentials you can’t do without! We all long for a good road trip with friends and family every now and then. There are 5 really essential things I don’t think anyone should miss out on while traveling • Wet wipes –They’re extremely handy and you can need them anytime from car sickness when you need to freshen up or when you have sticky fingers. • Camera- It is obvious to carry a camera while traveling but now everyone has good quality cameras on their phones so people avoid carrying one. But a Polaroid camera can add a personal touch and make the trip more memorable. •Sanitizer – Sanitizer is a very important thing to carry while traveling for hygiene. • Snacks- We all can feel hungry anytime hence carrying snacks like chips, Maggi or energy drinks which can give you instant energy. •Blanket and pillow- Long hours in the car can be really tiring hence taking a nap is a great way to pass time.
  2. 2. 6 LIFESTYLE MEET HAPPY FEET 19-year-old, moves gently to the rhythm. Anoushka has been an achiever since she was a little girl. She is an all-rounder who’s always been clear about her goals and dreams and has done everything in her capability to achieve them. Bharatanatyam dance is a big part of her life and it has given her direction by always keeping her motivated. Bharatanatyam is a traditional Indian dance from the temples of Tamil Nadu in southern India. It is one of the most respected dance form. Q- Who/what inspired you to learn Bharatnatyam? A- It was always my mother’s dream to make me learn dance since she was never able to learn it herself. From the age of 3, I was on it and I became my own inspiration to do better. Q-WhatimpactdoesBharatnatyam have in your life? A- Bharatnatyam has been a part of my life for 15 years now. It’s given me a personality and helped me find the true meaning of life. Q-You’ve been performing internationally, what is the reaction of the audience abroad? A- The reaction of the audience there made me feel like no less than a film star. I was being photographed and appreciated by thousands. Q- What is the difference between Indian audience and the audience abroad? A- Both can’t be compared. One makes you feel like a celebrity while the other mocks you for pursuing an Indian art form. Q- What are your interests apart from dance? A- Since dance has formed such a big part of my life, there’s hardly any time for anything else. But I sure do love to travel and explore which I’m able to experience thanks to dance. By Saanya Batra 25th November 2017 Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is the country’s largest art fest which takes place in February each year. Multicultural festival takes place in Mumbai for a week where people from all over the world show up. It is held in the Kala Ghoda district near Colaba, Mumbai. This year, there were appearances of celebrities and other celebrated artists. I visited Kala Ghoda as a student this year and observed variety of art and displays. Of course, it took a while for us to enter as there was a huge overly excited crowd! The fest is filled with interactive installations made by artists/college students. The tree of hope was one of such kinds. Most people were trying to click pictures around it without noticing the deeper meaning of the tree. One could write down their messages/wishes and could tie to the branches of the tree. Once the tree it lit up, it would radiate positive energy for these wishes to come true. Mostly, it was also about saving trees and not wasting them for paper. Apart from just installations, there are art works for sale too. These works are purely handmade home furnishing products to creative daily use objects. Super unique, these articles will not be found anywhere else. They are sold at affordable prices too! These are generally a mix of creative modern look to traditional elements. The stalls were crowded with buyers. Further we walked around the area and noticed huge installations. Most of them were made by college students. An Event you can’t afford to miss next year! Kala Ghoda Art Festival is taking place from 3rd to 11th February 2018. By Omisha Dhatwalia 28th November, 2017 5 3. LEH-VING IT - A trip to remember! 4. NANITAL on my mind By Manika Agarwal 20th November, 2017 By Saanya Batra 23rd November 2017 Visiting Leh made me realise the importance of “father- daughter” bond. It was the most spontaneous plan with my father. All our trips are planned in advance and the bookings are made but this time it was impromptu. We booked our plane tickets just 4 hours before the flight. Since we live in Agra, we had to rush to Delhi at 6 in the morning to catch our flight and somehow we managed to make it in time. Leh is the capital of Ladakh, situated in the state of Jammu and Kashmir at an altitude of 11,562 feet. The population of Leh is 30,870, inhabited by the people of the Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent, Leh spans from the Karakoram Mountain range in the north to the Great Himalayas in the south. Full of natural wonders, Leh is home to scenic lakes, hilltop Buddhist monasteries, and the world’s highest motorable pass. During spring break, me and my cousins decided to go for a weekend getaway. We had been thinking of going to Nainital for quite a while. A three day occasion just appeared the best time to do it.So we settled on the spot.It took us about 7 hours to reach the hills and another 1 hour to find our hotel.The hotel had a perfect location. Likewise, with any hill station, the view of the valley beneath was beautiful. Alternate points of attractions were Snow view, Naini peak, Dorothy’s seat and Tiffin top. The Himalayan snow caps were noticeable from Snow view however one requires a clear skyline for that. On our 1st day we enjoyed and ourselves, we went to the market area, then for a boat ride.The lake was picturesque and the boat ride is an absolute necessity for everyone. We finally ended the day with a great dinner at the boathouse club. The next morning we decided to go trekking to the tiffin top.We were informed that it is quite a distance and we should take horses yet the vast majority of us wanted to trek anyway.So The trek began from bara pathar which is a spot for rock climbing We had barely begun and we lost our direction.We then had to walk back and go down the slope to reach the right track. After walking for 45 minutes we reached the ‘land’s end’ which gave a better than average perspective of the slopes ahead. At last, we achieved a little garden sort region on the slope.We sat there for a while and had a quick meal. We then reached tiffin top and it was truly a moment of achievement. The wind was very chilly and We could see the entire town from the top.As it was getting dark we finally decided to walk our way back. we all were totally exhausted by then. Everything was so quiet and dark and all of us were getting creeped out.We started to look for a place to relax and eat something but it was or unfortunate luck that most of the restaurants were shut. Suddenly we all stopped outside a house which looked really haunted and decided to go inside.We all were extremely scared but luckily for us, it turned out to be a restaurant which had great food.The next morning we packed our stuff and headed back to Delhi. It was the most fun and adventurous trip I’ve ever had! It took us two hours to reach there, as soon as we reached, we found a hotel nearby and then started planning our next five days in the city. We hired a bike and explored the city in our own way. After visiting Magnetic hill, Sanchi Stupa, Thikse Monastery we did river rafting in the cold waters of Indus-Zanskar confluence, which was a whole new experience. We were fortunate enough to ride a two humped bactrian camel. Bactrian camels are not of Indian origin. This particular species of camel came to India when a group of caravans used to tread this route for trading between India and the Central Asian region of Bukhara, Kokand, Turkestan, and Xinjiang region of China. The double-humped camels are the most beautiful beings in the Nubra Valley. Waking up at 4 in the morning just to catch the sunrise at Pangong Lake was breathtakingly beautiful. I loved how the lake kept changing its colours from time to time. Unlike all other places, this trip was not about luxury but learning to adjust in different situations. I travelled in a local bus because we had not made prior bookings. I even interacted with strangers and I got to know their story. I never thought that this trip would change my relationship with my dad completely. We got to know each other better, we stayed up late at night talking or playing games. I am so glad I took this trip with him and explored the most beautiful city of India in the most adventurous way.
  3. 3. 9 It is one of the most common and the least looked upon social issue. Living is hard, dealing with stress, anxiety, loneliness, and loss is not easy. We all try to deal with depression and we all have our own ways to do so. Some people self-harm, become suicidal while some get addicted to drugs and alcohol at a very young age because they do not get proper help or guidance from their families or loved ones. It often makes the person feel worthless, ruins their ability to have dreams and makes it difficult for them to achieve their goals because their mind is loaded with negative thoughts and anxiety. Anxiety is the most common side effect of depression. Often we see people who are going through massive changes in their life like moving out, starting college or ending a relationship may become down temporarily and then start to feel better as they adjust to their new circumstances. We’ve all experienced gloomy days with a foggy path ahead when nothing seemed right. For instance, my 16-year-old cousin shared her experience with social anxiety and how she dealt with it at a very young age. She was just 13 when social anxiety hit her. When I asked her about her experience she replied: “To feel so much at a young age and not understand what’s happening to you can be draining. I was 13 and devastated, to think back I could deal with my depression and anxiety in a much better way if I had someone to guide me but living in a country like India where people are not so open about mental illnesses made it really hard for me. I’ve had a hard time dealing with depression and the fact that no one understood me led to social anxiety because I knew I was mocked and my feelings weren’t respected”. Life is not always a Sunday morning with breakfast in bed, sometimes it is a dark Monday morning when we struggle to get up. People dealing with this mental illness forget the meaning of happiness. They find it hard to love themselves and find inner peace. Only if they try to have a positive mindset and learn to appreciate the simple things in life a lot of their problems could be solved , perhaps that is easier said than done. Depression is a mental illness that affects 350 million people of all ages in the world. It is a serious and a growing problem that needs more attention. Depression corners you and leaves you all alone. It is a bottomless pit of sadness where you watch yourself fall apart and lose control. It is feeling sad when everything is going right.However, It is important to have people support you and get you out of this mental state. It can’t be dealt with alone. That is what people need to realize. Depression is not solved by one person, it is solved by many. In India specifically, It is becoming a large problem but no one recognizes or pays much attention to it. As a community, we should be more aware. People fake smiles and mask their feelings. It is difficult to recognize but there are always signs. It is also important that people who are depressed speak up and tell someone how they are feeling. Without both side’s cooperation, depression cannot be solved! Depression As A Social Issue “It takes too much to find light but too little to be sucked into darkness”, I guess that is what we refer to as ‘depression.’ By Saanya Batra 4th December, 2017 She started her own business ‘Design By Aikonik’ in 2006 which is based on bringing daily inspiration by visually appealing photography and handwritten typography. She has a passion for fashion, travel and lifestyle trends. Carissa started as a freelancer and worked with a number of clients that helped her create an interesting portfolio. She always believed in herself and had bigger goals to accomplish. In 2014 she figured that Instagram is a perfect platform for her to showcase her creative ideas and talents to the entire world. Her posts on Instagram consist of everything that is pleasing to the eye as they’re extremely aesthetic and ace flat lay photography. For those who don’t know what flat lay photography is, it is a way to showcase items on a white or wood background to tell a story. Like every other blogger, Carissa has also collaborated with various brands including Clinique, Toni&Guy, Moccona Coffee, Decjuba and Fashion Bunker. When I asked Carissa what inspired her to be an influencer she replied: “My motive was to show my content with some ‘tips and tricks’ of both fashion, beauty and flat lays through Instagram , blogging was never my agenda.”However, this is not the only job she has. Apart from being famous on Instagram she works 9-5 as a graphic designer. “I have a job as a full time graphic designer but i also do create content for my own Instagram blog at the same time. It’s all about multitasking so I can get the best of both worlds whilst still meeting all my commitments says Carrisa.” I further asked her the secret to her success to which she responded “Being the ultimate girl boss and running your own business requires a person to be a “jack of all trades”. You should have the ability to be organized and multitask by being your own boss If something needs to get done there is no one else to rely on but yourself and actually I wouldn’t have it any other way .” THE ULTIMATE GIRLBOSS Carissa Smart is a Communication/Graphic Designer and Photographer based in Melbourne By Saanya Batra 4th December, 2017

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