Today Swati Rai talks about one of her solo travels to the most recently opened Neemrana properties – Tijara Fort in Alwar, Rajasthan. Read on her tips on things to do and quite not to do… Read More #MyMojo – Solo girl travel at Tijara Fort by Swati Rai
Today Anupriya Gupta talks about her favourite 5 Indie authors that she looks upto. BTW Anupriya is a budding author too & her debut novel is just out and I hope you will show some love to it!… Read More #MyMojo – 5 Indie authors I look Upto by Anupriya Gupta
Today’s guest blogger is here to review a book set in the second world war era – The Guernsey Literary and potato peel pie society… Read More #MyMojo -The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Anamika
Writing a guestpost for Write Tribe on Niche blogging was an awesome experience. Do read my post on their website and share your feedback with me please… Read More Guestpost – Niche Blogging and why? #Writetribe
Nandhini talks about some amazing books for kids in todays guestpost on my blog. Do have a look at her recommendations for reading to your kids… Read More #MyMojo – 6 Kids’ Books Series for a great Family Reading Time
Today’s guest blogger brings for us a book review of the Michael Ondaatje book the English Patient, set in World War II. Read on to know more… Read More #MyMojo – Book Review: English Patient by Michael Ondaatje
Today my guest is Rajlakshmi who lives in Australia and is talking to us about her most favourite 10 things to do in Sydney. Read on to know how best to discover this gorgeous Australian city.… Read More #MyMojo – 10 things to do in Sydney by Rajlakshmi
End of November and last one month of the year is left to fill with love and happiness. So here I am recapping it for the gratitude circle… Read More #Gratitude – A novel November
Cenotaph are the monuments built in the memory of a deceased soldier/warrior who might have died in a war elsewhere. A cenotaph might be an empty tomb at times because of this. I decided to explore the Royal cenotaph at Ahar which is a small town, 2-3 kms from Udaipur. This place serves as the… Read More Paying homage to the Royals at Ahar Cenotaph in Udaipur
The courtyard of maidens or the saheliyon ki baari in Udaipur is one of the quiet corners in the city. Its a great place to simply chill a bit in nature. Lush pink bougainvillea blooms can be found all over in this park with a pond of lilies, quietly guarded by a charming elephant sculpture.… Read More Visiting the Courtyard of Maidens in Udaipur
Freefall by Jana Williams is a fast paced space adventure, replete with wormholes, deep sleep and space explorations. Here is my review of it and see for yourself why you must pick up this book to read.… Read More Book Review – FreeFall by Jana Williams
Kerala has been a gorgeous destination to travel to for me and I cant wait to plan yet another trip there soonest to experience rice boats and tea gradens… Read More #TravelTales – Kerala is truly Gods own country!
The Aravali bio-diversity park is situated right at the entrance of Gurgaon from New Delhi on the MG road; Guru Dronacharya is the nearest metro station. This 600 acre site was once a mining and quarrying site in the 1990s and was converted to a mini forest by careful ecological conservation by a group of… Read More Save the Aravali Bio Diversity Park in Gurugram
Oktoberfest is my chronicle of all the blessings and gratitude for the same for the month of October. Linking it up with the Gratitude circle… Read More #Gratitude – Oktoberfest to celebrate Gratitude
Listing out three of my favourite bloghops that I regularly participate in and why. Hope this will inspire you to join some of them too.… Read More #Gratitude – 3 Bloghops worth hopping on
This is a post expressing thanks to my favourite book reviewers out there in the blogosphere. Their book reccomendations have not failed me so far.… Read More #Gratitude – 5 of my most favourite Book Reviewers
Pachinko is a historical fiction which tells a tale of a Korean family struggling to find their niche in Japan who had colonised the former. This tale is written by a Korean author who is retelling the events as witnessed by three generations of this family… Read More #Gratitude – Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
The last part of the feasting in Uttarakhand is here folks- promise no more torture after this 😉 The insta feed will make you drool!! I kid you not about the masterclass in the hills where I learnt to make sourdough starter and breads.… Read More #Gratitude- Travel Tales: Feasting on a Hill vacation in Uttarakhand Part – 3
I am listing out the good , the bad and the ugly of all blogging challenges that I have taken part in and what I feel about them. This is the second and final post in this topic.… Read More #Gratitude: Challenges for a bloggers pen – The Bad & the Ugly!
As I got more and more proficient at my blog, I jumped onto the blogging challenges bandwagon to promote my writing and also interact with others. After doing loads of such blog hops and marathons, I have narrowed down three that I must partake in a year.… Read More #Gratitude: Challenges for a bloggers pen -The Good!