Ever wondered why so many different languages around the world have such common structures, even common words for some?
The words Pitru and Matru in Sanskrit are very similar to Pater and Mater, even though the two languages grew in isolation from each other. Latin and Sanskrit also have similar structures where it comes to the grammar of the two languages. Where does this common vein originate from? Continue reading Studying Linguistics And The Various Effects It Has on Human Society
It has been often been said that the minds of certain people are capable of creating a world so dense and complex whose understanding eludes the sanity of the normal ones. Be it the harry potter saga or the LOTR saga. Readers and audiences were baffled and mesmerised alike. With the dawn of the new millennium our world was graced again by the creation of a complex mind. George R.R. Martin created one of the most exciting and gripping books of all time. His books reached a new level of captivation and interest. That’s not it. His books very adapted into the ever so popular TV series called the Game of Thrones. Continue reading George R.R. Martin’s Hilarious Inspiration for Game of Thrones
This is a story about how each and every thing in life happens for a purpose and how one event leads to another. Here the narrator narrates the tale of how her parents met and thus she was born..
Kaspar Jørgensen, a Danish poet is bored and in search of inspiration to write.
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The oldest known literature perhaps is the Ancient Egyptian literature. The Egyptian Civilization existed for a span of time, that exceeds all records of history that we possess today. The Egyptians Civilization was a civilization with utmost sophistication with proper techniques and methods for tackling the everyday chores. They had ways and methods to develop and preserve proper writing and are known to be one of the founders of the concept of books and writing. Just imagine, had the ancient Egyptians not developed paper and writing, there would be no books today!
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A lot of poets in the history of literature have written about the sea. Whitman and Hemingway are a few to name. While they have usually expressed the fierce side of the sea, Dickinson, who’d never had the privilege of actually witnessing the sea, writes about it in a subtle, fierce and original manner.
I started Early – Took my Dog –
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Malala Yousafzai is the young girl, the whole world looks upto. Better known as the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, July 13th marks the birthday of this young, yet powerful girl. Pakistani by birth, Malala is a children’s and women’s activist and fights for the same in her country and throughout the world. She advocated right to education in her village, where at times, the Talibans banned the girls from going to school. This advocacy of hers actually turned into a huge movement. At the tender age of 18, she has influenced the entire world like never before. Continue reading Happy Birthday To The Girl Who Taught Us “Books Not Bullets”
The kind of books that inspire us the most are the ones based on true life or based off a memoir. Through such books, we know that people go through certain situations and have the ability to overcome them and that the siatuations created are not fictional or beyond imagination. Hence, we bring to you 10 books based on or inspired from real life stories that will touch your heart like never before.
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