Diversity is the spice of life that adds chaos to our perspectives, pushing us to explore the unknown and find beauty in the unexpected. Diversity brings about a richness of experiences and perspectives that can broaden our horizons and challenge our assumptions. Embracing diversity means valuing the differences among people and seeking to learn from those differences, rather than trying to force everyone into the same mold. It means recognizing that our individual experiences and backgrounds shape who we are and how we see the world and that those differences can be a source of strength and creativity.


The word ‘diverse’ truly captures the essence of this edition. From creative ways to seek revenge to philosophical reflections on the nature of existence, the 55th edition of kMITRA has a variety of articles in store, each one unique and captivating in its way. Whether you’re looking for a fun read or a thought-provoking piece, there’s something for everyone in this collection. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the variety that this edition has to offer!


Shuja’s article ‘Cooking up a storm: The ultimate guide to make your ex regret everything’ is a unique and scintillating article that speaks of creative ways to seek revenge on your ex (or anybody you hate). If you’re too sweet for revenge, it’ll help you try out bizarre food combinations anyway.


Speaking of food combinations, we all have to agree that anything goes well with Lay’s (well, almost). When it comes to Lay’s flavors, we can agree that there are more fan wars than there are for Formula 1 drivers. Ananya Perwala’s article- ‘To All the Lay’s I’ve Loved Before’ is a fun read describing just that. Make sure to comment your favorite Lay’s flavor under the article (unless it’s yellow Lay’s, you know you’ll be dissed).


All of us know how bizarre modern art is getting every day. ‘Black Fire II’ by Uruj is an article that questions the worth of modern art. One billion dollars is a small price to buy Black Fire II by our great abstract artist Uruj. While we’re on the subject of art, we ought to talk about Kerala. Kerala isn’t known as God’s own country for nothing. “Kerala: The Twilight State” by Manognya shows us the light, the darkness, and the twilight that prevail over this beautiful state.


Eshaan’s short story ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ is an interesting fictional short story. This isn’t like any other zombie apocalypse story though, it comes with a Hyderabadi twist. The Suicidal Murder’ by Sanjay is a fictional short story based on a suicide (or is it a murder?), read to find out.


Hyderabad is a city rich in culture and history that offers a diverse range of photographic opportunities. From the iconic Charminar to the stunning Golconda Fort, it makes it hard for us not to admire its picturesque beauty. Read Rutam’s article ‘Discovering the best photographers from Hyderabad on social media ‘ that introduces us to a vibrant photography community in Hyderabad that deserves a lot more credit than they receive.


Harika’s article, “Exploring a Dystopian Future: The story of rebellion on Mars” is a short and gripping story about the journey of two people to Mars and their fight for survival.


‘The price of play’ describes a personal incident in Nameera’s life. It shows how a single moment can have an everlasting impact on our lives.


‘Now what?’ by Manasa provides a deep insight into a woman’s life and the inner battles that a woman faces. The article beautifully depicts that there is no one right way to be an adult. On that note, ‘Decoding the grand design of the Universe’ by Akshara is a philosophical reflection on the nature of consciousness, existence, and purpose.


“Why I watch Anupama without being blackmailed” by Nikhil shows us why the Indian soap opera ‘Anupama’ is so popular and promotes awareness and empathy towards women’s struggles. We warn you though, you might end up binge-watching all the 800+ episodes after reading this article.


If you struggle with making small talk with strangers, or if you are an introvert, ‘Top 10 conversation starters’ by Siri Chandan will be of great help to you, or you can start a conversation with the following question. ‘What if Humans Evolved from Sloths?’ by Venkat is a thought-provoking article that answers a seemingly trivial question in great depth.


‘Thus Spoke Zoomer’ is a funky article by Afifa that describes Gen-Z lingo with subtle humor and layers of irony. It shows us how lingo is just one part of the language, and how words will always change with time.


Elon and his MUSKeteers’ by Krishna Chaitanya is an article that shows us the different controversies in which Elon Musk was involved. It is an attempt to open the eyes of those ‘MUSKeteers’ who support his ideals despite knowing the open secrets of his life. Speaking of Elon Musk, we know that if we open Twitter, we’re bound to see hilarious memes that he puts out. For a comical take on the ‘History of Memes’ read Niveditha’s article.


As we end the 55th edition of kMITRA, we want to leave you with a heart-warming thought. Just like the diversity of articles in this edition, we want to celebrate the diversity of people in the world. And just like how every piece in this edition has something special to offer, every person in the world has something special to offer too. So let’s embrace the people around us. We hope you enjoyed reading this edition as much as we enjoyed putting it together. Happy reading!

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