Of Gods and Goddesses

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Mystics

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Pen and Paper – Jigyasa Sharma

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Brushstrokes on Canvas – Tanisha Gambhir

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Through the Looking Glass – Aarushi Das

“Through the Looking Glass” contains two parts.  The picture actually painted is in negative. So, when you put a negative filter on it, it looks how it would look in reality.
The picture to the left is painted, and the one to the right has the negative filter on.
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Shades of the Sea

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Mystics of the Desert – Ananya Tandon

From the very beginning of our childhood, we have heard about the Arabian Nights. After reading all the desert stories from the very famous Aladdin, a question arises about the mysteries of the mystic desert .
The illusions, the mysterious experiences all feed to the rumour that the desert is magical. Imagine a dark night, when you are alone and a sudden aurora streaks across the sky. Just like this one, many stories come by and blow our minds– from meteors exploding in the sky to illusions– all coming to a stop at the question, “is a desert really enchanted? ”
Most theories suggest that these are really rare experiences which occur once in a blue moon. Other religious theories believe that there are true and sacred spirits which cause these mysteries .
A mystery still unsolved… What is your take on this? Is it really true or just a conspiracy?

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Dimensions

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Colours of Thought

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Inside Minds

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Off-Colour – Ananya Tandon

Concept – 

Today in the United States, it seems as if race determines the gravity of the crime a person commits. If a white person commits a crime, they are still treated respectfully, but if a Black person doesn’t do anything and lives in “the country of whites”– that in itself is a crime.

This extreme situation makes one think, what if this racism doesn’t end at all? In that case, do Black people have to paint themselves white in order to lead a life of dignity where they aren’t profiled on the basis of their skin colour? Every day, at every moment, do people have to pray for equality, demand justice, protest for the right to live…when will it be granted? When will the masses realise that humanity is what makes people pure, and not one’s colour?
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