The City which made me who I am

bissa

This photograph is submitted by Abhishek Bissa (BA.LL.B. Class of 2020)

 

I came to Mumbai wanting to be a lawyer.

But, photography happened.

Since then, this city has motivated me to click more, explore more, be more.

 

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This is not a doodle

Not a doodle

This photograph is coerced out of Ishpreet Chabbda (BA.LL.B. Class of 2019)

This is not a doodle. Ishpreet insists it is a traditional kinda design she does aisehi.

There is no backstory to the traditional kinda designs either. Ishpreet asserts that these are what she doodles draws when she is bored *cough Environment Law lectures cough* or when she has to calm down.

We wish we could be half as creative to doodle such alluring things, but, they are not doodles.

Unintended Consequences

SC on Penal Code

This article is submitted anonymously.

Sometimes world is on a collision course, and we just don’t know it. Whether it’s by accident or by design, there’s not a thing we can do about it.

A woman was on her way to go shopping, but she had forgotten her Patanjali GauMutra Swadeshi Moisturizer – went back to get it. When she had gotten Patanjali Gau Mutra Swadeshi Moisturizer, the phone had rung, so she’d stopped to answer it; talked for a couple of minutes. While the woman was on the phone, the Eastern Book Company Design Head named Lajwanti was at home rehearsing for a wedding toast for a friend who was getting married at 4.20pm (Subh Mahurat) that day. And while she was rehearsing, the woman, off the phone now, had gone outside to get a rickshaw. Now a rickshawala had dropped off a fare earlier and had stopped for some chai-sutta. And all the while, Lajwanti was rehearsing. And this rickshawala, who dropped off the earlier fare; who’d stopped for chai-sutta, had picked up the lady who was going to shopping, and had missed getting an earlier rickshaw. The rickshaw had to stop for a man crossing the street, who had left for work five minutes later than he normally did, because he forgot to set off his alarm. While that man, late for work, was crossing the street, Lajwanti had finished rehearsing, and was taking a dump. And while Lajwanti was taking a gigantic shit, the rickshaw was waiting outside a boutique for the woman to pick up a package, which hadn’t been wrapped yet, because the girl who was supposed to wrap it had broken up with her boyfriend the night before, and thus forgot. When the package was wrapped, the woman, who was back in the rickshaw, was blocked by a delivery truck, all the while Lajwanti was getting dressed. The delivery truck pulled away and the rickshaw was able to move, while Lajwanti had to replace the toilet paper, which ran out. While the rickshaw stopped, waiting for a traffic light, Lajwanti came out the back of the building.

And if only one thing had happened differently: if there was slightly more toilet paper; or that delivery truck had moved moments earlier; or that package had been wrapped and ready, because the girl hadn’t broken up with her boyfriend; or that man had set his alarm and got up five minutes earlier; or that rickshawala hadn’t stopped for chai-sutta; or that woman had remembered her Patanjali GauMutra Swadeshi Moisturizer, and got into an earlier rickshaw, Lajwanti would’ve crossed the street, and the rickshaw would’ve driven by.

But, that rickshaw did not go by, and that rickshawala was momentarily distracted, and that rickshaw hit Lajwanti, and her leg was crushed. She did not make it in time to office to notice that the stupid fucking intern had not bothered aligning the dust jackets of the Supreme Court on Penal Code books, which was published as is.

PS: Read Benjamin Button script.

Chand ka photoo

Chandamama

This photograph is submitted by Niti Vyas (BA.LL.B. Class of 2019)

 

“You’re like the moon to my very dark sky.”

Firstly, slightly racist (or not, the usage of this word is so wrong in most of the cases that it hurts me, but we’ll talk about that later.)

Secondly, grow some goddamn stars. (okay, sorry geez)

Thirdly, no, a moon does nothing, it just stands there still but still, it’s the only thing we notice in the whole damn sky, much so as NMIMS in our lives. even though college is supposed to be only a fragment of my entirely (fictional) exciting life it has become my whole life and I can’t escape it for 5 years and in so much that most of my conversations go like this:

Brother: Hey Bro, what’s up? let’s hangout?

Moi:  Ya sure, let’s finish studying five other acts and then, LOOK FOR CASE LAWS ON MANUPATRA!!!! YAYAYAYAY!!! such fun! Much wow!

and thus with an completely unrelated caption, please enjoy the moon picture.