Are you struggling to gain rating points? Wondering where you’re going wrong? Wait a sec. I have the answers because you and I are on the same board…sorry…boat. How to Improve at Chess: 8 Actionable Tips and Tricks Let’s try to recall something. What was the first thing that you did after learning chess pieces… Continue reading Actionable Tips and Tricks to Improve at Chess
The beauty of music lies in its uncertainty and endless possibilities. A versatile musical instrument like the piano broadens the horizon even more. If you have had your share of playing piano, you have certainly come across the name ‘diminished chord.‘ These spooky sounding chords may not have much practical value to piano compositions, but… Continue reading What is a Diminished Chord and How is it Used
Have you ever checked the price of a grand piano online? If you have, chills might have gone down your spine. No kidding, a grand piano (to some extent, an upright too) is expensive. Honestly speaking, most people cannot afford a piano because of its price. You have probably heard that a keyboard is a… Continue reading Difference Between Piano and Keyboard
As a beginner, I often wondered why our chess coach made us write down the moves. Sometimes, I assumed because it was a part of the chess classes, as we were kids. Later, when I began to watch the previous matches, especially the Chess World Championships, I was shocked. The chess grandmasters and the super… Continue reading Why do Chess Players Write Down Their Moves?
As a chess player, I know how esteemed the grandmaster rank is for us. After all, isn’t every chess player dreaming of achieving the title someday? If you’ve recently set foot on your chess learning journey, you ought to know about the great chess grandmaster of our time. Besides this, it is also important to… Continue reading How Many Chess Grandmasters Are There?
Chess is as old as human urban civilization. When humans dwelled in cities and created classes of what we know as royals or nobles, they sought pleasurable pastimes. As a result, chess came into existence. However, modern-day chess wasn’t developed or invented in a day. It gloriously evolved over the course of time. If you’re… Continue reading History and Origin of Chess: How Long has Chess been Around
Have you ever been around musicians or sung in your school choir? If so, you have probably heard of the term ‘Octave’ even if you are not a musician. Apart from making your piano lessons easier, octaves serve the purpose of deciding the range of your piano. In modern times, piano keys range from 32… Continue reading How Many Octaves Are There On a Piano?
In English language, it took centuries to think about gender-neutral pronouns. It’s 2022 and most of us are still struggling to use English pronouns without discriminating against any genders. But, guess what? Most Hindi speakers have been using gender-neutral pronouns since a long time. As Hindi learners, you must be proud that Hindi has gender-neutral pronouns… Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Pronoun in Hindi | Exercise for Practice Included
We know that language is an essential medium for expressing your thoughts and opinions with others. Even though Hindi is rich with many dialects, it’s best to learn the commonly spoken, standard tongue. To do that, you must begin by learning the Hindi alphabet (varnamala). Once you’ve mastered the varnamala, only then, you can move… Continue reading Ins and Outs of Hindi Grammar: Your Ultimate Guide
Learning the guitar strings is one of the first things you learn to understand the guitar. The standard classic guitar has only six strings, making it reasonably easy to remember. However, when you are a beginner, you are bound to face some confusion regarding the order of strings. Knowing the guitar strings like the back… Continue reading Tips to Remember Guitar Strings in Order