Utilized the two-day break from a training to write this article on Tri-Chandra College. I wish nobody has to go through the pain of seeing their schools/colleges/universities collapse.
I could not write anything over the past three months. In this article, I try to find the reasons behind my inability to write.
#writing, #writing advice
What’s the Point (Part One): A Party in the Dark is published on my blog. I’d appreciate honest reviews on the story.
What’s the Point? (Part One)
Thank you 🙂
I did 3D modeling and produced an image for my short story . The process is on my modeling and animation blog, Notes of a Noob Animator. If you like it, please follow the blog.
3D Model: An Abandoned Warehouse
Mount Everest, also known as Chomolungma (locally) and Sagarmatha (in Nepali) is one of the major mountains of the Himalayan Range. At 8848.86 m, it is the highest peak in the world. Located in Solukhumbhu district of Nepal, it attracts climbers from all over the world.
Sir Edmund Hillary (New Zealand) and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa (Nepal) were the first to reach the peak successfully on May 29, 1953. Their achievement made them legendary in the history of mountaineering. However, their position is not without challenge.
In June, 1924, British climbers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine ascended the mountain. They were reported to have been sighted by Noel Odell, one of the members of the expedition who remained at the Camp below the summit. Mallory and Irvine, however, never returned.
In 1933, Irvine’s ice axe was found by a Frenchman, Frank Smythe. He disclosed this fact only in 2013.
In 1999, an expedition discovered Mallory’s body in the mountain. Irvine’s body hasn’t still been found.
Since Mallory and Irvine died in the mountain, and their camera/notes have not been found, it’s doubtful if they ever summitted the Everest. But even if they did, Hillary and Sherpa will still be the first to climb the summit and return alive.
#triviatuesday, #MountEverest, #Mountaineering, #history
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Watched two South Korean movies this week. Both of them depict the horrors of society. Here is the link:
Ever wondered why human struggle is different than that of other sentient beings?
Whenever I write a story, I write at least two versions of it. I am writing one right now and I have completed its fifth draft. I am still exploring the characters and the plot. I am hoping to complete in a couple of revisions.
Do you write stories? What is your process? How many drafts satisfy you?