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  • Dastangoi Proponent and Urdu Storyteller Ankit Chadha Is No More

    30-year-old author, researcher and storyteller Ankit Chadha, who was considered the youngest proponent of the world’s oldest form of Urdu storytelling, ‘Dastangoi’, drowned in a lake near Pune on Wednesday night. With thunderous voice, Ankit Chadha, who is thought to…

  • Gujarat’s ‘Professor of Poetry’ Nirajan Bhagat passes away

      Leading voice of the Gandhian poetry society, veteran poet and professor Niranjan Bhagat breathed his last due to brain stroke on the night of February 1, 2018. Born in a Gujarati family, Niranjan Bhagat has deeply influenced Gujarati Literature over…

  • Veteran Dramatist Nimesh Desai Rests in Peace Now

    Veteran theatre personality, who invested around four decades of his lifetime uplifting the Gujarati drama industry by his immense contribution of more than 104 profound plays, has left for the heavenly abode on the wee hours of tuesday morning, November 14, 2017.…

  • Yogi Adityanath finds a creative way to combat Population Explosion

    On a creative note, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has stated to distribute Shagun Kits to newlywed couples in the state. The Shagun Kit is a package that includes condoms, oral and emergency contraceptives, Family Planning literature to help couples plan, handkerchief,…

  • Dubai – World’s First City to get its Font

      Image source: www.gulfbusiness.com Dubai city is not entirely sufficient with the world’s tallest building and the biggest shopping centre title and has now collaborated with Microsoft and designed its font and became the world’s first city to do so.…

  • Yogi Adityanath Says No more Jayanti Holidays in Uttar Pradesh

    Creative Yatra the offbeat media space felt intrigued on hearing the news that there will be no more holidays on birth and death anniversary of public leaders in schools and colleges anymore. The new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi…

  • Tarak Mehta the creator of Tarak Mehta Na Ulta Chashma passes away.

    Tarak Mehta a renowned author, humorist, columnist, playwright and the creator of the famous series ‘Duniya Ne Undha Chashma’ has left for the heavenly abode on March 1, 2017. The Padma Shri writer was suffering from old-age ailments and wasn’t…

  • Exploring the Real Siachen with Harshal Pushkarna

    Harshal Pushkarna ‘Aa Che Siachen’ is a brave and insightful Gujarati coverage of the life of Indian soldiers working in Siachen Glacier. The power of journalism has always shaken the world with its force, but this time a civilian has…

  • Cash no Cash, a boon for every Indian

    With the demonetization of 500 and 1000 rupee bills in India and the release of new notes of 500 and 2000 in the economy, people of this nation are struggling in the long lines at ATMs and Banks to renew…

  • The Palanpur Project : A Noble Start

    We all have experienced tons of documentaries till date that describe climate change as a serious issue but still we are insensitive upon acting on it because it is not tangible and visible around us. But if we talk about dump/garbage…

  • A Music Album not for Humans

    Cellist and musician David Teie, a soloist with America’s national symphony orchestra, has created the first ever music album specifically for cats to listen to. So the question is, ‘does it actually work?’ Well as an experiment the cat that…

  • Bridal Makeup Competition at BPA

    When abilities met the specially-abled aspirants, waves of creation met the shores of innovation. Blind People’s Association(BPA), Ahmedabad organised a ‘Bridal Make Up’ competition on Wednesday, September 7, where 7 visually challenged girls, 7 partially challenged girls, 14 deaf and mute…

  • Under new coach Anil Kumble, Team India bonds over music

    New coach Anil Kumble has brought a refreshing and unique team bonding activity for Indian Cricket Team. With the help of acclaimed actor-musician Vasundhara Das’s group ‘Drumjam’, Team India was recently found playing drums in a group. It is believed…

  • Pokemon Go!

    A game made by Niantic Labs and The Pokemon Company known as Pokemon Go, which is supposed to be played literally on the go, through maps. Not released in India yet, this sensational app is topping the App Store’s ‘Top…

  • Golf returns to Olympics at Rio

    The first South American country that is hosting an Olympic, the city won its bid against Tokyo, Chicago and Madrid. Cumulatively around 10,500 athletes from 206 countries will be participating in this 17 days Olympiad, competing across 306 event. And…

  • The art side to Brexit

    The Great Britan has chosen to exit the European Union (EU), which has dropped the pound valuation drastically in compared to the Euro. The art of Great Britain is predicted to sustain due to the emotional bonding of it with European…

  • Why you don’t get to hear Indipop music anymore

    Dr. Palash Sen, lead singer of the band Euphoria comes up and explains, why audience is only able to hear the Bollywood film music and not Indipop anymore. He actually starts the video while saying “I am angry”. He reacts upon…

  • ‘Mohan no Masalo’ all set for Limca Book

    From Porbandar to South Africa Manoj Shah’s ‘Mohan No Masalo’ recalled Gandhiji’s formative crystallizing life experiences in a unique manner. The play is going Mumbai this week and will be performed in 3 different languages on a single day, which…

  • creativeyatra.com launches its Youtube channel

    We are glad to share with our patrons, that we are launching our Youtube  channel. At CY we are committed to serve diverse tastes of varied content consumers; which made us initiate an original video section called #storybytes . We…

  • Muhammad Ali dies, the legend stays..RIP

    The Louisville Lip, Aka Muhammad Ali, one of the best boxers of all time left for the heavenly abode on 3rd June 2016 evening. Ali was suffering from Parkinson’s disease from past 3 decades and was getting treated for respiratory…

  • ‘Time Waterfall’ in Hong Kong

    This years Art Basel featured the massive light installation titled ‘Time Waterfall’ by Japanese Artist Tatsuo Miyajima. The installation was done on the facade of International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station and it was showcased between March 21 and March 26,…

  • A hospice choir that heals the ills

    A group of 8 old ladies at Massachusetts, who volunteer by singing for the chronically ill people are creating wonders. They believe through music and melodies they can bring optimism within the patient’s suffering. They also believe that music has…

  • Facebook nearby friends, do we really need this feature?

    A new tool of Facebook app installed in IOS and Android phones that has a specific radius in which you will be notified if your friends are nearby or around you. Quiet fascinating! Well it definitely comes with a turn…

  • World’s First World Humanitarian Summit in progress.

    After the Second World War it is the first time that more than 1.5 billion people are in need of human welfare aid from different regions of the world. The United Nations have decided to gather delegates of 135 countries…

  • The Earth has 422 trees per person

    The Global Tree Per-Person ratio suggests that earth has 422 trees per person, which is still less! Did you know that it takes 61 trees to make oxygen for a single person, who breathes on Earth. The current climatic change…


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https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Untitled-1-Copy.jpg 159 year old library in Ahmedabad

Lal Darwaja, the biggest hub for hawkers and patrons, where people flock as if everything is been sold free of cost. It can also be named as the commercial capital of Ahmedabad because it was historically one of the first…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/02.jpg Fernandes Bridge : a unique book market of Ahmedabad !

Fernandes Bridge, the street is connecting readers with writers, students with publishers and curios beings with answers since decades. The Chopda Bazaar of Fernandes Bridge is one of the oldest Book Market in Ahmedabad Gujarat that serves thousands of people flocking…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/library.skecth-001-e1460358412631.jpg One of the oldest library of Ahmedabad – A discovery

The oldest library of Ahmedabad, Hazrat Pir Mohammad Shah Library, is blessed with quietness of the mosque that surrounds it. Ahmedabad has internationally carved its identity on the globe through the numerous mosques dotted across the city. The air confined…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/kochrab-ashram3-2.jpg Gandhi’s first Ashram in Ahmedabad

There’s an interesting story behind Ashram Road of Ahmedabad getting its name. It is said that Ashram road is the road that connects the two ashrams of Mahatma Gandhi, Kochrab Ashram and Sabarmati Ashram. While Sabarmati Ashram is more popular nowadays,…