Rain and Me.

Nimbuses gathered and with one loud thunder, the drops lost their balance and fell down to be hugged away from death by the soil, to be lost in the depth of the potholes and to slide across the green carpets hanging from the branches. The rain drops fall, slide and are happy to lose them because they have people looking forward to them at the … Continue reading Rain and Me.

Colorful Geology of Dolerite

This is a collaged photo of thin-section of Dolerite. Dolerite holds a marked place in the QAPF diagram. It is an intermediate between Mafic gabbro and Felsic granite. So the minerals present are Quartz, Plagioclase, alkali feldspars, amphibolites, biotite and some specimen like this one contain epidote. The bottom right-hand image shows us parallel alternate dark and bright bands which are geologically termed as “Lamellar … Continue reading Colorful Geology of Dolerite

Now that you are leaving,

Now that you are leaving, I will be back to the world of mundane. Now that you are leaving, I will return to the diary to voice my tales unheard. Now that you are leaving, I will try hard not come across people asking about how I am doing. Now that you are leaving, I will look forward to for you arrival at the nightfall! … Continue reading Now that you are leaving,

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone turns 20.

A/N- There is a post in the similar name in Launchora. That’s mine too. 😀 Happy reading folks!   There’s no certain day you need to be thankful about getting introduced to the best school of witchcraft and wizardry in the world. But since 26th of June 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of the very first book in the series of seven, … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone turns 20.

Father’s Day or a Lifeless Life?

He was nervous. Drops of sweat resting on head dropped on the floor with every jerk, giving it a taste of salt. Cracking his knuckles every time they went white with the pressure he put on them. Flashbacks of the similar days made him go numb, they had never made it through, he never made it through. The entire room was full of known faces, … Continue reading Father’s Day or a Lifeless Life?