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April 15th, 2021 · 1 min read

Divulge - According to Merriam-Webster, the roots of the word divulge came from the Latin word divulgare, which combines the prefix ‘dis’ (meaning apart) and ‘Vulgare’ (meaning to make known). In fact, ‘Vulgare’ takes its derivation from the Latin word vulgus (meaning ‘mob’ or ‘common people’).

The word Divulge as a whole means - to make known (something, such as a confidence or a secret) or archaically: to make public.

But this is not why we’re here. We used this word to explain the core reason for our being. The values and the learnings that we’re here to share and assimilate more at the same time are the essences of Divulge (If I were to put Divulge in just 2 or 3 lines).

What does Divulge mean to us?

We’re putting out everything that we ever wanted to say or speak up for into a space that’s not our personal Instagram accounts (where it’s usually difficult to share our thoughts on anything as elaborately as you might want to).

All of our audiences are - the people who are genuinely interested in the topic (that I’m talking about) and are willing to explore what others have to say on it. It’s not about ‘creating content’ that’s in your face all the time. It’s something that gives you a nick to think about; to find out a perspective that’s different than yours; think about what do you feel, and most importantly having fun with your thoughts.

It’s the space that gives you a little break from the world but also makes you think about it in an even broader sense. If you’ve ever wondered what it’ll look like if you collected all of your 3 am thoughts (or just your usual thoughts actually) into one unit, then Divulge my friend is the space for you, as much as it is for us.

If you want to be a part of this community too then, send us an Email right away at, or you can even DM us on Instagram and we can converse over there!

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