Author: Pragya Parashar

These Pictures From Syrian War Will Leave You With No Faith On Humanity

  Today, the Almighty will be ashamed of His creation of Human. He would never have expected that His best creation would turn out to be the most dangerous one killing lives on the Planet. Recently, the picture of a dead Syrian refugee child who was found washed up on Turkish shore went viral on […]

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Being Bihari – A Gaali???

Recently, a shocking incident took place. After college, a friend offered to drop us to the metro station. I took my seat in the backseat of the car, where I found a diary of “Bihar Gramin Bank”. Inquisitively, I threw a question at my friend(the one this car belonged to). “Your father seems to have […]

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Little Things That Spell Your Love

When its about LOVE, you need not climb over the cliff or spend extravagantly. Anyone with sound pocket can spend a bomb on a romantic dinner. In love, its the little things that matter. Its about expressing yourself inside out and doing the very earthly yet crazy things together. The tiny moments of care and […]

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6 Reasons Why School Crushes Are Always Special

School life is verily different from College life. You don’t get to exercise as much freedom as you do in College. The decorum has to be maintained, class bunk is next to impossible given that you are a student with good image in the eyes of teachers. These add even more to the fun and […]

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A Word Of Thanks To The Visionaries : The Teachers

Who is a teacher? He is an individual but has many personalities. He is a mother who loves her child heartily, a father who protects his child from adversities and a friend who supports his friend through thick and thin. A teacher is a visionary who sees the future of his students and guide them […]

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6 Ways To Be A Life-long Learner

It sounds preposterous when someone says “I had enough. I need not learn anything in life now”. Even bigger astonishment comes when after a certain age, people actually stop learning for they get so much engrossed in their “wake up-go to office-work-get back-eat-sleep” schedule and then repeat the same for next few decades that there […]

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Kausani: The Switzerland Of India

Kausani is a hill station situated in Bageshwar district in Uttarakhand, India. It is located around 50 km from Almora. The scenic grandeur of Kausani is rare as it gives the tourists the splendid 300 km wide panoramic view of Himalayan peaks such as Trisul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli. Mahatma Gandhi spent some days of […]

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Rakshabhandhan – Celebrating The Bond Of Love

Now that the day of Rakshabhandhan is arriving, excitement is in the air of city. The markets speak up the enthusiasm itself. Ladies of all age groups are out on roads to shop for this celebration, some haggling over the costs,  bundles of Rakhis-beautiful and colourful, perfectly decorated and showcased in the shops, pairs of […]

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7 Misconceptions People Have About Pretty Girls

Pretty girls are always the hottest topic for gossiping. With all the past records, I am able to decipher that people do have serious misconceptions about girls who are pretty. Here are 7 misconceptions people have about pretty girls: 1. They are dumb   I have very closely known some folks who think that pretty […]

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5 Less Known Indians Who Wrote Their Names In World History – Diaro Blog

1. Acharya Charaka : Father Of Medicine A native of Kashmir, Acharya Charaka was among the principal contributors to the ancient art and science of Ayurveda, developed in ancient India. He is considered as the first physician to present the concept of Digestion, Metabolism and Immunity. Charaka contributions to the fields of physiology, etiology and […]

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Is Your Fear Handicapping Your Life???

“I won’t go for trekking, for I fear I may fall.” “I won’t participate, I may lose.” “I won’t go for a swim, for I fear I may get drowned again.” And there are so many things you won’t do, places you won’t go to, experiences you won’t have for you fear some grave things […]

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An Open Letter From An Ordinary Girl To People Around The Globe:

Hi all, I don’t have the tiniest idea about how I shall begin telling you what’s exactly on my mind, not only now but all the time. Every time, I step out of my house, I carry an invisible load of fear, tension and insecurity with me. Probably, you grasp the underlying thought. Every time, […]

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Act Of Kindness : A Big Ask??? Diaro Blog

Now a days, One can easily find people misbehaving, talking rudely, hurting others saying hurtful words. Well, your daily frustrations and anger are natural. But, venting your frustrations on people around you, who love and share a bond with you is an act of unkindness and bitterness. You can not be in a great mood […]

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7 Places In Pondicherry That Will Seduce The Traveller In You

“Little France”, as we know it by this name, Pondicherry is affectionately called “Pondy”. A place as gorgeous as Pondy needs admiring pairs of optics. To capture the bewitching Pondicherry within the frame of a lens is what we call LIFE. With a motive to show the beauty of this lovely place and let you […]

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4 Things We Don’t Realize About Our Parents While Growing Up

The unsung heroes of our life, those who raise us and become the most influential in our whole making. “You are great”, we often blurt out to someone we really admire. And that obviously is no harm. But, Do we ever happen to give credits to the two persons who do his upbringing and make […]

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8 Reasons Why Growing Up With Grandma Is A Blessing

“Grandmothers are angels. They hide their wings somewhere in the closet or bed boxes. Because, God give wings to the angels.” Whenever I fell in a line of thought, during childhood, my mind would come up with this reasoning. Sounds kiddish,eh? But, they actually are. May be God didn’t make them angels, but surely their […]

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6 Instances : We Live In A Hypocritical Society | Diaro Blog

Hypocrisy : the practice of claiming to have higher standards or more noble beliefs than is the case. No matter how beautifully we frame sentences to express our rational and noble views. The reality is that we live in a society where Hypocrisy rules. In short, we all are Hypocrites. Here are 6 instances to […]

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Are You A MONSOON Lover? 5 Things You Surely Do | Diaro Blog

Monsoon slowly knocks at your door with thunder and cool breeze sweeping the hot and humid summer. And you are totally spellbound by the magic and joy, it brings. You are indoor cosy in your bed looking at the rain lashing on the window. I bet, if you are a monsoon lover, the next moment, […]

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