Adarsh Gautam

Adarsh Gautam

Adarsh Gautam is a student of Shri Ram College Of Commerce, University of Delhi. Hailing from the northeastern state of Sikkim, he has a keen interest in music and literature. He plays the bass guitar as his primary instrument. With a hobby for writing, he constantly writes various short stories and articles, and some have been featured in SRCC's Fine Arts Society's blog and English Literary Society's blog. Loves reading and travelling, keeping music as his constant companion. And, is a "Game Of Thrones" fanatic when it comes to entertainment. Also interested in psychology, astro-physics and anime.
  • Jan- 2016 -
    11 January
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    Five Things That Happen Only When You’re With Your Crush

    All of us might have crushes, or had at some point in our lives. Some turn out to be girlfriends/boyfriends, some husbands/wives and some simply crushes until they become just a memory. And some even become really good friends after the ‘crush’ feeling is gone. Some people claim that having a crush is better than having a boyfriend or a…

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  • 8 January
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    Six Mind Blowing Things Around The Earth

    We define reality the way we usually see things. A green sky would be ‘unreal’ since the sky is not usually green (although on occasional sunrises it has a few shades). But how many times have we often wondered how would it be to find yourself in a world of fantasy? And some of us may still have this inquisitiveness…

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  • Dec- 2015 -
    26 December
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    5 Important Things That Everyone Should Know

    There are often several instances in life when we think “I should have done that” or “I should not have said that.” Sometimes we regret our indignance, while at other times we rue over our silence. These situations usually arise because we do have enough knowledge about certain situations so as to know how to react or respond. Here are…

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  • 26 December
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    5 Paradoxes Seen In Our Daily Life

      A paradox is, in essence, a statement that contradicts itself, or a statement that has a different meaning from what we think intuitively. One famous paradox include the statement made by Salman Khan in the movie ‘Wanted’, “Mujhpe ek ehsaan karo ki mujhe koi ehsaan mat karo,” meaning ”Do me a favour by not doing me a favour.” So…

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  • 14 December
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    20 Amazing Facts About The Human Body

    The human body is a marvel in itself. With over five litres of blood, 60% of water, 206 bones and a ‘100 billion cells’ sized nervous system, without mentioning the other long lists of known facts, it is one of the most complex and sophisticated ‘machines’ that mankind has come across. Although certain new discovery about the human body pops…

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  • Nov- 2015 -
    30 November
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    5 Amazing Things About Time and Time Travel 

     “I don’t have time” or “I need some time to finish this” or “Time heals everything” are some of the common statements we hear in our lives. And we also do what is common: hear them, understand them and then forget them. But sometimes, we may ponder on what this time really is, is the ticking of the clock all…

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  • 27 November
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     Five Reasons Why Naruto Is a Special Anime.

       Most of the late teenagers and people in their early twenties would have watched, or at least heard about one of the longest running anime in the world, Naruto (in combination with Naruto Shippuden). With the extravagance of imagination in the plotline; a set of widely different characters, some with really poignant juxtaposition; and not to forget the very…

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