Shukla Bose featured

SHUKLA’S PERSPECTIVE Honor and transparency have always stood by your side. Where did they come from? Let’s go back to my childhood in Darjeeling. My father was a scrupulously honest bureaucrat. There wasn’t much money but he wielded a lot of power. My life was that of high thinking, poor living. I remember… we had several government cars parked in front of our house but…

volunteers helping Parikrma students

Why do people volunteer?

Why do people volunteer? This question was constantly on my mind until I began volunteering. At the end of the day, everything boils down to happiness. It may be in our selfish interests to help others and feel a sense of gratification, but as social beings, we want to be connected. I enjoy volunteering—the fact that I am helping others makes me feel good. Involvement…

World Literacy Day with British Council

Frederick Buechner once said, “The magic of words is that they have power to do more than convey meaning; not only do they have the power to make things clear, they make things happen.” Haven’t we witnessed this true magic all the time, all around us?? On this International Literacy Day, Parikrma in association with British Council organised the Parikrma Words and Voices – a…

A reason to celebrate

At Parikrma, our Alumni are a true representation of our journey and where we stand today. Any achievement of theirs is a huge source of pride to Parikrma. Today is one such joyous occasion – our student Diwakar who joined Parikrma when he was 5 years old is now being promoted to the position of a Team Leader of F&B at The Hilton, Bangalore. This…