The wheels of time have turned full circle and we are ready with the sixth issue of the “Enlightenment” web edition. The year gone by saw some welcome changes in Enlightenment including its transformation from intranet to internet accompanied with quality articles and sublime photography.
Keeping up with our reputation to always bring variety for our readers we have introduced a new section “Face Off” providing an opportunity to our readers to express their views and the topic for the same is very interesting as by this time of the year everyone would be either engulfed with their New Year Resolutions or would have parted their ways till now.
Apart from this we are again back with some thought provoking articles which would lead our readers into some introspection with the article “New Year, Time Travel and Musing” which provides an excellent blend of regrets of the past and resolutions of tomorrow. An inspirational article on leadership would be a perfect fit for all our budding leaders. In addition to it Enlightenment is all set to take you through some of the most beautiful places in India. Reading the Travelogue of Vagamon and Allepey will surely make into the list of must visit places of our readers. All those searching for true happiness will find it right here reading the lyrical article “Happiness-Psychology and Spirituality” and a beautiful poem on life will leave an indelible print on our readers mind.
Check out the review section to unleash the inner party animal as we take you through this extravaganza called “The Lord of the Drinks” situated in the heart of Delhi. Explore the Informal, Irani-style cafe/bar “Soda Bottle Opener Wala” situated in the 21st most expensive retail street in the world followed by an excellent book review of “The God of Small Things” for our enlightened readers.
Mr. Ramsewak Kushwaha, a familiar face for all of us sends a strong message in the IN FOCUS section that if you feel like there’s something out there that you’re supposed to be doing, if you have a passion for it, then stop wishing and just do it.
Do check out the “Whacky Web” getting us familiar with the true meaning of irony of life.
We wish our readers a very “HAPPY NEW YEAR” ,”HAPPY LOHRI” and “HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI” and would like to conclude with these words of Swami Vivekananda reverberating in the firmament of each one of us
Arise, awake and stop not, till the goal is reached
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