Mythili is a programmer by passion and a connoisseur of fine arts like painting, calligraphy, and pottery. She writes in the twilight between relationships, creativity, and human behavior.
The Sex Lives of Women in a Mughal Harem
Perhaps the best example of the medieval Mughal mindset towards women can be understood from the famous proverb of Mirza Aziz Koka, the foster brother of the Mughal emperor Akbar.
Why Did the Ancient Romans Draw Penises on Everything?
Life as a soldier in the Roman legion is always assumed to be thrilling, death-defying, and constantly on the move with participating in massive military campaigns for subduing people throughout Europe and the Near East.
Why Truffles Are So Expensive
In 2017, a set of white Alba truffles weighing just under two pounds was sold for 85000$. This is almost equal to the starting price of the 2018 Mercedes Benz S-Class at 89000$.
How to Make Decent Money From Writing
They say, necessity is the mother of invention, and my foray into writing as a business was born out of necessity, a necessity to makes ends meet in the best possible way.
The First Black Woman to Run for the American President
Kamala Harris, the American daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants is undoubtedly the star of the hour. And she truly deserves it, after all, she has broken a three-centuries-old barrier to become the nation’s first female vice president.
3 Things You Need to Do After Sex (But She Wouldn’t Tell You)
The other day, me and my BFF were having a raunchy, girly conversation about our adult lives so far over multiple bottles of Chianti.
The Bizarre Story of the Tulli Papyrus
Mystery and enigma have always been at the forefront of human beliefs. The human mind loves to dwell on things that border on the surreal that cannot be explained by day-to-day logic. And one such text that has been mystifying mankind for the last 90 years or so is as below.
How to Make a Successful Bollywood Thriller
If I were to describe my vibrant hometown Mumbai in 3 words, they will be bedlam, bonhomie, and Bollywood in that order. Mumbai is bedlam because everyone in the city is running a rat race of some kind, whether it is eking out a living or outgunning others to make more money or grab more power. It is full of bonhomie because beneath the cold, materialistic veneer of commercialism, lie resilient people, exuding warmth and helping each other in times of distress and celebration alike. And of course, Mumbai is never complete without Bombay cinema or Bollywood as it colloquially called.