Writing becomes fun when we have partners along the road. Our blogs have stories weaved by our guest bloggers and us. It has some beautiful stories by kids as young as eight years old.
While reading our blogs, you will find these quite different from our website’s other sections because, in this section, we have poured out our hearts. This section aims not to inform or educate you but to relax you, bring a slight smile on your lips, and transport you to the world of nostalgia, fantasy, and fiction. Like our lives, it’s not all glossy at all as it has stories of loss and heart-breaks. It has incidents that touch our hearts and stir deep emotions within us. You can also join our journey and share your life’s story or experience – it will be our warm pleasure to publish them through our website on your behalf.
Karna, from Mahabharata, was one man who could have changed the entire scenario of Mahabharata. His ally mattered, and he could have been the king of Hastinapur, but he chose friendship. He chose anger against his mother – maybe the umpteen dejections he faced because of being a suta putra created constant trouble inside him. Researchers read his thoughts according to their understanding, but I … Continue reading Karna from Mahabharata – the man I awe
A beautifully written article by Edaan Ghosh. It’ll encourage you to study more about this lesser-known Children’s Writer – Subhadra Sengupta. By the end of the article, you might end up adding some of her books to your Amazon cart. Subhadra Sengupta was an Indian writer based in Delhi. She was born in June 1959 and had a master’s degree in history. She was the … Continue reading Tribute to lesser-known Children’s Writer – Subhadra Sengupta
It’s not just about ghontos, chhechkis or chochhoris, Parna’s perfectly weaved article will take you on a ride to your memory lanes. Those distinct smells that wafted from our mothers’ and grandmothers’ kitchens, those aversion towards food until the dearth was felt..and so much more…. Come Indian summer and the winter beauties like carrots, cabbages, cauliflowers and beans go into annual hibernation. Instead, the Bengalis … Continue reading An ode to the Thore Chhechkis and Dnata chocchoris – Bengali Staple Dishes
Ruskin Bond books are timeless and the best picks during this time of disharmony when our minds yearn to be free from stress. Our Guest blogger, Ekta Kubba, an ardent Ruskin Bond fan, has shared some of the best books of Ruskin Bond. The digital world and progressions in technology have altered the way of life. Undoubtedly, it has made students’ life more competitive and … Continue reading Ruskin Bond Books for School Going Children
We, the team of KolkataFusion, had organized our first-ever webinar on the basics of content writing skills. We also decided to create a presentation and record it for the benefit of those who couldn’t attend the webinar. In the presentation, we have discussed the required skills and obstacles one might encounter while embarking on the journey of content writing. We have also discussed the different … Continue reading Introduction to the career in Content Writing through a pilot webinar
Diptanu Chakraborty India is celebrating 75th Independence Day this year. We, the KolkataFusion team are honoured to present to you a poem by our Guest blogger, Diptanu Chakraborty. The kid has not only understood the meaning of freedom but has beautifully put it in words. COVID-19 has put shackles on our freedom and we are dying to go out. How the country must have felt … Continue reading My Freedom
-Angana “The plants around us not only give oxygen to our lungs but also to our souls” Anonymous Continued from Part 1 Our neighbourhood Let us look at our green neighbour – the plants around us. These species of organisms scattered on the earth’s surface spend their entire lives confined in one single place. They are, by nature, immobile. They cannot change their geographical location … Continue reading Pandemic thoughts (Part 2): Life with the plants around us
– Angana Now more than one year has passed – almost from the beginning of 2020- the life of the most dominant species of this planet has been under the grip of the covid-19 pandemic. This epidemic has badly hit not only our bodies but also our mind. The human mind is not keeping well; many people are suffering from severe mental health conditions. The … Continue reading Pandemic thoughts (Part 1): Life beyond physical mobility
-Sourish Majumdar (Guest Post) All illustrations in the story are done by the author himself. Once upon a time, there was a town named Contigo. That place had a huge museum and a monstrous bank. One night, a gang came to the town. They looted those two places. After they had finished, a bell rang— TRI……IINGGGGG!!!! The police were all around. The gang- leader told … Continue reading Seven Friends To The Rescue
অর্ চ ি ষা ভট্টাচার্য্য (অতিথি লেখক) বাবা, মা আর বোনের সাথে আমি ২০১৯ সালের ডিসেম্বর মাসে কাজিরাঙ্গা ন্যাশনাল পার্ক ঘুরতে গিয়েছিলাম। আমার বন্ধু রংমন গৌহাটি তে থাকে। আমরা ওদের সঙ্গে গিয়েছিলাম। প্রথম দিন আমরা জিপে করে জন্তু দেখতে গেলাম। সেখানে আমরা অনেক বাঁদর, এক খড়্গের গন্ডার, হাতি, বুনো মোষ, হরিণ, জেব্রা আর অনেক সুন্দর পাখি দেখলাম। সেদিন খুব মজা হয়েছিল। একটা কালো বুনো মোষ … Continue reading আমার কাজিরাঙ্গা সফর