Let the Cricket World Cup Fever Begin!!!

The ICC Cricket World Cup is almost upon us and as Cricket fever, hype and frenzy gets over us, WeekendTrivia helps you to set the mood right with some Street Cricket or Gully Cricket Photography.As the madness begins and we start cheering for India, let us go Chak De India! Before we begin, We have a special guest feature amongst us. It is none other … Continue reading Let the Cricket World Cup Fever Begin!!!

The Last War is Over – What Next?

The Epic Saga called “Game of Thrones” has finally come to an end. After entertaining us for almost a decade with 8 seasons, we have to finally bid adieu to perhaps the Greatest Show of all times. Although fans are divided over how the ending went, there is no debating that we have loved the show, cried, laughed and experienced all sorts of emotion with … Continue reading The Last War is Over – What Next?

The Last War is Over – What Next?

The Epic Saga called “Game of Thrones” has finally come to an end. After entertaining us for almost a decade with 8 seasons, we have to finally bid adieu to perhaps the Greatest Show of all times. Although fans are divided over how the ending went, there is no debating that we have loved the show, cried, laughed and experienced all sorts of emotion with … Continue reading The Last War is Over – What Next?

Ordinary Tales of Not-So-Ordinary Mothers

All mothers are extraordinary. Mother’s Day is obviously a day to glorify and celebrate motherhood. The divinity of it, how no one is quite like a mother, how blessed we are for mothers and how they are indeed the only superheroes we need. But apart from all the cliched quotes and romanticizing the phenomenon, how much insight do we really have into the lives and … Continue reading Ordinary Tales of Not-So-Ordinary Mothers

Youngest Wildlife Photographer of India – Jivitesh Singh

We have mentioned this earlier and we say it again – Wildlife photography for us is the toughest form of photography. We say this because in all other forms of photography, the subject is either in your control or is immobile to a certain extent. The conditions in which you photograph of course matter, but nevertheless it can also be controlled to some extent. But … Continue reading Youngest Wildlife Photographer of India – Jivitesh Singh