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  Published October 02, 2020 “She wore flowers in her hair and carried magic secrets in her soul.” Created by Vanshika Misra

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Weird title? Makes no sense? No. Meraki, a Modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish word “Merak” meaning labour of love, is applied to tasks, usually, creative

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Flower Girl By Vanshika Misra

  Published October 02, 2020 “She wore flowers in her hair and carried magic secrets in her soul.” Created by Vanshika Misra

Colours By Vanshika Misra

How would you describe the colour red to a blind person? Would you describe it as the warmth that envelopes you when you are sitting

Meraki By Vanshika Misra

Weird title? Makes no sense? No. Meraki, a Modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish word “Merak” meaning labour of love, is applied to tasks, usually, creative

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Flower Girl By Vanshika Misra

  Published October 02, 2020 “She wore flowers in her hair and carried magic secrets in her soul.” Created by Vanshika Misra

Colours By Vanshika Misra

How would you describe the colour red to a blind person? Would you describe it as the warmth that envelopes you when you are sitting

Meraki By Vanshika Misra

Weird title? Makes no sense? No. Meraki, a Modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish word “Merak” meaning labour of love, is applied to tasks, usually, creative

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  Published October 02, 2020 “Even if you stumble, make it part of the dance.” Created by Vanshika Misra

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Flower Girl By Vanshika Misra

  Published October 02, 2020 “She wore flowers in her hair and carried magic secrets in her soul.” Created by Vanshika Misra

Colours By Vanshika Misra

How would you describe the colour red to a blind person? Would you describe it as the warmth that envelopes you when you are sitting

Meraki By Vanshika Misra

Weird title? Makes no sense? No. Meraki, a Modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish word “Merak” meaning labour of love, is applied to tasks, usually, creative

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  Published September 05 , 2020 “You are imperfect, permanently and inevitably flawed. And you are beautiful” – Amy Bloom Created by Krittika Khanwalkar@krittikakhanwalkar

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