The pandemic has left us all dazed and confused. Here you’ll find stories about thoughts, experiences, art, mental health hope and poetry in the Covid-19 times.


“I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” FAILURE. This word has haunted me for as long as I can remember. I cannot vouch for having experienced many failures in life probably because I never tried anything  that was specifically challenging or had the

Grateful for the little things feat. @roopal_rsr

Roopal takes to drawing and painting for therapeutic reasons and believes that it is a great way to express your emotions creatively, and also connect with your audience.

Letters to Jude feat. @paintedthebook

If you were a poet, and you got to express all your emotions through beautiful poetry, what would you say, and how would you say it?

Pandemic feels feat. @elainemarais_

We love the colours and emotions in digital artist @elainemarais_ #Covid19 art and had to share. With the lockdown in India extended till May 17, we are still feeling the jitters.

Dear Hope… feat. Hiral Vasa

Hiral is a brand strategist, content designer and an intuitive tale-teller. She loves making self-portraits and her recent work is quite colorful & catchy. 

Be the hope you desperately want

With this grim atmosphere all around, with Irrfan khan & Rishi Kapoor going away, its very easy to fall prey to the depressive thoughts about death.

Ramblings about depression feat. @chillbillee

While a lot of people are getting out there and talking about depression but many are not able to understand the different layers of emotions that one undergoes through.

Playing with colours – Flavved Studio

Disha started with a motive to define imperfection, not following the rules and not abiding by the rules for anything.

Hell lotta Hope

At that moment, I felt so hopeful about everything. I started to look at it differently. I began to feel this has a purpose: HOPE, hope is the purpose.

Art that speaks for itself feat. Walls & Beyond

The artists from Walls and Beyond are all about sharing art and positivity in these quarantine times. Aren’t we all having thoughts to reset 2020?

An urge to serve the hungry feat. Mohammed Sujathullah

Mohammed Sujathullah started to serve the hungry in 2016 when he feed the needy with his pocket money. Today he’s the president of HFF.

Quarantine & I – Art Ghar

Flexible and fixed. This is how I would describe my day. Some things are fixed and the rest have flexibility. 

…and the people stayed home – Kitty O’Meara

And people stayed home and read books and listened and rested and exercised and made art and played

Art to the rescue feat. Jaipur Creative Commune

I did not know monotony till the Covid-19 pandemic was declared. With India being on complete lockdown and all the time spent at home doing chores, monotony really started getting to me. Here’s when I really started to appreciate life, here in Jaipur, and the many options I hadn’t even

What you should know about Covid-19

The novel coronavirus has got all of us to experience Social Distancing like never before. Here are a few FAQs to better understand this pandemic.

COVID-19 and privilege feat. @ms.alwar

If the costs you’ve reduced include your Zomato bills, shopping, eating out expenses; signs say that you’re privileged.

Covid-19 and Work From Home feat. @fatsmeagol

Fatsmeagol is an employee-owned democratic collective, and wfh is quite usual. However, this quarantine period does bring with it a lot of uncertainty.