What’s new in the new Krishiv Writes!

So, it’s been quite a while – and my sincere apologies for that. Really, I’m very sorry – but the bad news ends there! Just by landing on the site, and in those few seconds it took you to click on this post, you surely would’ve noticed something new. Well, this post is going to…

How I managed a (very) busy week

Recently, before my much anticipated holidays started, I was faced with an extremely busy week. All the exams, tournaments, rehearsals, assessments were all smushed up in one week. 7 days.  Everything that was coming up was #1 priority to me. Everything required constant attention and a lot of hard work.  Just to set things into…

10 Great Trivia Questions

Making a Trivia? Need “Trivial” questions? Here’s a list of trivia questions to make your game as fun as can be! (Also – some pretty great useless facts for you to know!) All right then – let’s get this party started! Trivia question 1 : How many drums are in an average drum set? Possible answer 1….

Saurabh Singhal – an Inspiration.

A couple of weeks ago, my class had another English project. This one really made me think deeply about who inspires me the most in this world and who has been my role model for most of my life. People in my class quickly thought about their values and beliefs and compared it to famous…

Is Go the next ‘Rage’ of board games?

  My father came home excitedly person day, sitting down on the sofa he told me all about this new article he’d read online (I did some digging and got you the link). The article was about a grandmaster Lee Sedol in this game called Go, who just got defeated by Google’s AlphaGo artificial intelligence in…

Book recomendation: Gregor The Overlander: Book 1 of the series

Book 4 of my 3-week challenge. Also, read.   I  had written – on my mission for the holidays that this was a book I would read purely because of its author, and it has surpassed my expectations of how great a book can be. Suzzane Collins has definitely kept her standards and I know for sure, that this…

Equinox 2.0

After the last posts’ experiment of new instruments, I decided to try out the same thing on another piece. So I took Equinox and copy-pasted the same notes (bass and treble) into some other instruments Instruments Piano Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar Violin Bass drum Drumkit Well now, I must say – it sounds just amazing to me. I’ll also…

Krishiv Writes… Music!

I play the piano. And I love it. A couple of weeks ago I decided to try something new – composing music! I downloaded this software called muescore and tried it out. Over the weeks I became quite fond of composition and was ready to share it And since this blogs name is Krishiv Writes I figured, why…

Ancient Rome

It’s the beginning of the new year,  and all of the biggest projects, final assessments, loads of homework are all coming our way. Almost all subjects are now giving us their worst, but for the sake of grades, we have to hold up.  So it was no surprise when our Humanities teacher announced the monster project…

Teen activists, the problems they face, how they stand against them and how you can help.

Being an activist, it’s a wonderful thing. It’s you – going out there and making a change in the world, for the better good. But activism – or making a change isn’t always easy, people will always try to prevent you from chasing your passion. And people will always try to drag you down. This article will talk about the top 3 challenges that an activist could face, reasons, top 2 ways you can stand against the challenges, and top 4 reasons of how you can support.

Multifaced poverty: It’s 4 main causes.

This post is about a very important topic, that we all must know about. It is one of the greatest horrors of the world and it is essential we correctly know it causes. This is multifaced, and ruins live and take away opportunities’. It is the greatest inequality. THIS. IS. POVERTY.

The SDGs and MDGs – What they are and why they are there…

The SDG’s, what they are and why they are there… I recently joined my new school – UWC and there was a “SEED” class last block, SEED stands for social and environmental entrepreneurship development. Here we first talked about the SDGs. I must admit at first I was really lost because I had no idea what in…