The story follows a baby elephant, May, and highlights the relations elephant families share amongst themselves as well as with humans. Through May's story, the book attempts to touch on their value to our own existence, our connection to Mother Earth through them, their way of life and their roles; and also the consequences of tourism & poaching industries adding on to their plight. The book aims at highlighting our role as consumers in these industries and also our roles as fellow inhabitants of the planet.
One of my favourite songs, for you! Happy listening and reading 🙂 For many of us, staying indoors is not that big of a deal specially if we've been working from home for a while. But for the rest, it definitely is a huge adjustment and can bring about anxiety and frustration. I've noticed this [...]
Hi there! This is the first time I'm sharing my first biggish project on my blog and I'm pretty excited about it. I normally hold myself back from sharing any project that I'm working on - and currently I'm working on 2 and starting with another, yes I like juggling between options to keep myself [...]
When your body just completely gives up on you to the extent that you think multiple times before getting up and dragging yourself to the washroom, your mind doesn't particularly feel all that merry too. My health was pretty much at its worst. That's how 2018 started for me. As happy as 2017 was, 2018 [...]
Hey! I'm back with some more Inktober fun! This time, with some bookish goodness too. So this week, I didn't make enough art pieces that I could share online because this week I decided to study and practice different forms of illustration from comic books and graphic novels. Since it was completely done from other [...]
Colours are known to have various effects on us mentally and emotionally. A colour that speaks to you can actually change your day and uplift your mood and a colour that you abhor does have the opposite impact. My choices and taste in colours change from time to time depending on a lot of factors. [...]
Hi Doughie! <3 Did you know about the Purple Emperor Butterfly? It's one of the rarest and most attractive butterflies found in the woodlands of Eurasia and Japan! It takes its name from the purple iridescence of the male's wings, whose sheen is visible only at a certain angle. And! Unlike other butterflies, the purple [...]