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Stairway to Heaven – Trek to Kondana Caves

Stairway to Heaven – Trek to Kondana Caves

Some of the greatest joys of a corporate life are hidden within the weekends; One such recent getaway took me to this amazing little place hidden from the hoard and unknown to a good portion of the regular trek groups. Kondana Caves are a bunch of ancient Buddhist caves carved out of rock somewhere in the region of 200 BC ... Read More »

Freedom, Independence & Such Things

Freedom, Independence & Such Things

I’m an Indian. It is the 15th of August, 2013. My nation is officially 67 years old today as more than 1.2 billion people in the country celebrate independence and freedom. An odd phenomenon that I’ve noticed in this country (one that I assume must be prevalent in others too) is the way people generally feel overtly patriotic, responsible and experience a ... Read More »

8 Things we will miss about Sir Alex

8 Things we will miss about Sir Alex

We’re exactly 7 days away from the start of a fresh season for the top division of English Football; the most popular football league in the world – The Barclays English Premier League. In addition to the usual excitement at the start of a new season amidst football fans, there’s new sense of anticipation, a sentiment inspired by events that ... Read More »

The Flying Sikh

The Flying Sikh

It is coarsely unfortunate that I do not end up watching a lot of movies. In fact by the time I realize I want to watch a particular movie, it has already been running in theaters for a month or so and on the verge of being taken off. I was however very keen on catching ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ – ... Read More »

Alcohol & Sigmund Freud

Alcohol & Sigmund Freud

One of the most intriguing theories I came across during the course of my formal education was Sigmund Freud’s Structural Model of the human psyche described beautifully by dividing the human brain into 3 hypothetical parts, namely – the id, the ego and the superego. For the benefit of those who haven’t heard of these terms before, Freud describes the ... Read More »

The Nomads

NomadicLives is a result of a sporadic decision of four 20-somethings. The four of us happen to be colleagues (and friends) in the digital industry. The nature of our work requires us to engage with several web-publishers on a daily basis, many of them with ingenious content, immaculate design and amazing fan-following. Considering our varied personal interests, we decided we could just ... Read More »

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