200+ Followers!

And Now my little corner on internet has 200+ followers. With more viewers comes more responsibility. I must post better stuff for you guys to read. It’s quite difficult to study, play games and blog at the same time, all this while discovering myself. But yes keep supporting me and remain my friends!πŸ˜ƒ Do like…

200 Posts!

After two long years of inactivity, finally I have reached 201 posts. This is all because of you who stayed beside me. Thank you. I never thought I will be able to post daily and get 63 day streak. I am melting but yet I will keep posting, and spread emotions among you. Thanks 😊…

Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award Nominated!!

I honestly thank Ekanthika, an amazing blogger, who nominated me, a 15 year old boy, who writes anything in his blog. I am very happy to see that I am nominated by someone for an award. Do check Ekanthika’s blog. The link is beingproductiveliving.home.blog Ideal inspiration blogger award is a non official Award to the…

A Total 1000 Likes on My Blog!!

Happy to announce my blog Teenage has reached a total of 1000 likes. This is all because of you, who kept supporting me. THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT!!☺️ 😊

50 Day Streak!!

There was a time when I didn’t write for 2 years and now I am on a whopping 50 day streak. I am totally heated up to make it 100. Stay beside and keep supporting. New weekly segment Shout out Saturdays, coming from this Saturday. All my friends who show their overwhelming love for my…

Still Stuck, but Not Homesick yet!

I am still stuck at my aunt’s house in Anandpur due to the lockdown. The days are quite homogenous. I wake up at 7 and go help the my aunt’s devrani help milk the cow. Then I feed the cow and her calf. They eat cucumbers, brinjals, grass, hay, starchy water, and other vegetables. Then…

Nabakunja in Anandpur

After my boards, me, and my parents ( actually I) decided to go to my aunt’s ancestral house in Anandpur.There a Hindu celebration of worshipping Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha in nine separate pandals across the neighborhood. These pandals are called Kunjas. In each of these Kunjas, a group of two to three people sing…