Pakistan · Travel

From the Arabian Sea to the Karakoram

Mark Twain once said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” These words ring true on so many levels. All… Continue reading From the Arabian Sea to the Karakoram


Musings At Midnight

There are a lot of deadly combinations in the world, these combinations can make the world explode, make the earth shake and move mountains.  One of the deadliest combination I have come across is not something someone thought of in a laboratory or anything. It is that of one girl, her thoughts and a song… Continue reading Musings At Midnight

Pakistan · Stories · Travel

The Workings Of Ciqam – The Green & The Prosperous.

Participation of women in development results not only in social justice but helps reduce poverty. However, women in countries such as Pakistan, India and such still face a barrier when it comes to actually being able to contribute to the society. This is mostly due to lack of educational institutions for girls and health care… Continue reading The Workings Of Ciqam – The Green & The Prosperous.


Musings In An Airplane.

Punjab, if one has ever been to they know the green lush one gets to see almost everywhere. This is also apparent when you’re high up in the sky and trying to catch a glimpse of everything from the plane. But as soon as one enters the province of Sindh, the stark contrast between the two provinces is so prominent that it takes your breath away.


Musings at the hospital

Day 100  Going to the hospital requires a lot of patience, as all you do is wait. Your thoughts run away with every door that opens and closes on you. But you just sit there, waiting, waiting for something, anything really. The question is what are we all waiting for? Day 101 How weird hospitals… Continue reading Musings at the hospital