Traveller’s World: Oh, the east is east

October 14, 2020  A bright blue day at Passikudah by Adityavikram More In the recent history, the eastern coast of Sri Lanka has suffered the hot wrath of war and the cold rage of the Boxing Day Tsunami. Then, when all was looking up, like the sun that rises from the depths of the sea... Continue Reading →

Doordarshan: Snake – a friend or a foe?

School TV on Doordarshan (DD) YouTube Trailer Shot by Adityavikram More Did you know that milk is deadly for snakes to ingest? Join writer and wildlife enthusiast Arefa Tehsin as she educates grade 11 and 12 students about this and other misconceptions about this fascinating animal on #SchoolTV Sunday 12 July, 10am to 11am, DD Bihar... Continue Reading →

#OnceUponABookWithPenguin and Mosporesso for all kids stuck at home

Link to the Video Hudhud is horrible to everyone. He polishes off his classmates' lunches, plays cruel pranks on his teachers and troubles innocent creatures. Until his strange new history teacher decides to set him straight. The lesson? A curse! Now Hudhud must roam the vast earth . . . with-and as-the greatest migratory animals.... Continue Reading →

The Indian Express: The Algebra of Infinite Beauty

  Postcard-perfect: A heady hybrid of a European town in a tropical place. (Photo by: Adityavikram More) The quaint charms of Sri Lanka’s Galle Fort A stellar example of a fort city made by Europeans in South and Southeast Asia, Galle Fort is a Unesco World Heritage site. Written by Arefa Tehsin | New Delhi... Continue Reading →

New Book Alert – The Hindu’s Whoopee 30!

"The old, toothless tooth fairy Tootsie not only collected teeth, she collected thrown away dolls too...." starts my story The Island of Tooth Fairies in 'Whoopee 30!' A freshly baked book for the 30th birthday of YoungWorld! Raising a toast to Young World, THE HINDU has come out with a keepsake anthology of short stories. Designed... Continue Reading →

The Indian Express: Why the Knuckles Mountain Range is one of Sri Lanka’s most difficult hikes

  Why the Knuckles Mountain Range is one of Sri Lanka’s most difficult hikes With cloud forests, grasslands and semi-evergreen rain forests, it has the climatic microcosm of the rest of the island. Written by Arefa Tehsin | New Delhi | Updated: February 2, 2020 Photographs by Adityavikram More One of the most difficult hikes... Continue Reading →

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