Posts by: Team Juggernaut

कॉलेज से लौटा तो मां बरामदे में बिछे तख्तपोश पर सोई हुई थी। वह मुंह पर दुपट्टा लपेटे जब चाहे, जहां चाहे सो जाती है। कई बार...

In 2010, Om Swami left renounced his wealth to begin his spiritual journey. Almost a decade later, he describes himself as a non-traditional, simple sadhu in a complex world. How does one achieve happiness? How does one overcome fear? Happiness is a state of mind. But how does one achieve that state. The paths are...

How many times have you popped a pill thinking that it will ease the pain and help you feel better? But does it? Have you thought about who makes the pills, how they are made, and do the people making them care more for your health than their bottom-lines? When investigative journalist Katherine Eban set out on a...

On the legendary actor’s death anniversary, we share with you an excerpt from his biography, Dark Star: The Loneliness of Being Rajesh Khanna by Gautam Chintamani With his popularity credited largely to luck and good timing for too long in his career, Daag’s triumph proved that Khanna’s super success wasn’t just...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Kallu Krishna‘ by Amita Thakur Dogra.   Amita is a Medical Science Graduate. While dissecting all sort of Animal Kingdom, she realized her calling is not in dissection but in unification. After giving brain free time for a few years, she discovered her...

लावण्या …बहुत ज़ोर देने पर भी उसे याद नहीं आ रहा कि वो इस नाम की किसी लडक़ी को जानती है. न रिश्तेदारी में कोई इस नाम की लडक़ी है...

With Congress hit by a spate of resignations, can the party do another Kamaraj Plan of 1963 when party bosses all resigned from ministerial posts to reinvigorate the party? Read about the Kamaraj Plan in Sagarika Ghose’s book, Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister. As twilight began to close in around Nehru and...

                  ग्रेग चैपल के साथ वो सात दिन ‘तो आजकल तुम ऑस्ट्रेलिया की रंगीन रातों का लुत्फ उठा रहे हो?’ ग्रेग चैपल ने अपनी...

  “Dreams always make for really good writing ideas” said Stuti Agarwal,a children’s novel writer at Juggernaut’s writing workshop for kids aged between 8-12 years, on Saturday, June 15th. The workshop began with a fun exercise introduced by the author. She asked the kids to draw their own faces and share their art with...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Hatsuyuki‘, by Tapo J. Mandal . On a remote peninsula in northern Japan, as the first snow of the long winter starts to fall, a mysterious new student appears at the local high school, and a young schoolteacher meets a beautiful girl at a dive bar. Could...