Imagine a prompt which let’s you talk about an Indian based mythology story, written originally in an Indian Language (Sanskrit)! Thanks to Shalini @ shalmojo.in for this interesting one – I didn’t realise I had such hidden opinions about it, until I wrote the following. The Mahabharata, which is one of the two major Sanskrit epics… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Mahabharata | Indian based Mythology | Indian Regional Language – Sanskrit |
Title: THE REVENUE STAMP Introduction: THE REVENUE STAMP is the autobiography of the famous poet, novelist and short story writer, Amrita Pritam. Explosive in its revelations and poetic in its content, the book is a candid account of her extraordinary life. She reflects on her full and creative journey of life—her uneasy relationship with her… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Revenue Stamp | Amrita Pritam | Indian Regional Language |
As January rolled in, I got caught up in the AtoZ challenge 2017 brouhaha. I was determined not to miss it this year but when I sat down to mull over what I wanted to write; I drew blanks. Panicked, I reached out to fellow bloggers; veterans and virgins alike. A few days of furious… Read More [ Theme Reveal ] Peregrination Chronicles | #atozchallenge 2017 |
I remember being fascinated with my Mom’s beauty valise – a vanity case which was like a treasure trove of colourful pots and jars of lotions, potions and paints. Her dressing table was my playground as I would brush my hair and make endless twirls to preen in front of the large three-sided mirror. (I… Read More #ThankfulThursdays | 5 Beauty Products I am Thankful for |
When I saw this prompt to express gratitude for five womanly quirks that I am thankful for, I grinned in sheer delight as this is so-me-kinda thing! So of course, I had to scribble out a few lines to satisfy the devil in me. So here goes folks, an uncut unabridged version of my fallacies,… Read More #ThankfulThursday – My top five quirks that make me, Me!!!!
The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami For someone who loves books and visits to the library, the title was catching indeed. The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami is perhaps a lesser known work of the best-selling Japanese author. It was shelved in the library along with Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore, which I had initially… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Strange Library | Haruki Murakami | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |
Title: Honour Introduction: Elif Shafak’s ‘Honour’ is a gripping exploration of the darkest aspects of faith and love. She wrote Honour in English first before translating it into Turkish. Elif Shafak is a persistent writer. The publication of an earlier novel, The Bastard of Istanbul, saw her charged with insulting “Turkishness”. Her book, Honour,… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | Honour | Elif Shafak | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |
“Stationery Freak” what is that? – You may ask. Well, we address someone in that title when he/she is obsessed with stationery- colored paper, notebook, pencil-case, pencils, pens, cute little post sticks, funky stapler, paperclip, journals, highlighter, paper file, sign pen and the list goes on. How can you tell if you are a stationery… Read More | 15 things that you can relate with if you are a Stationery Freak | Guestblogging |
The fact of the matter is that a man in India is revered by his; Family, for he would ensure progression of generation plus money would come in on his wedding as opposed to a girls, where it goes out (dowry) Father, for he would take care of business / his old age , etc. Mother,… Read More |The Great Indian Men-tality | Women’s Day 2017 |
Age is just a number, and when it comes to comics, I am very much a kid at heart. You will find me at Comic Con (event in Delhi) every year 🙂 I am a big fan of Batman – have always been… my love goes beyond the comic books.. to the kitchen – Lo… Read More | Guestblogging | Comics | Who is Batman- the secret origin revealed | Writer-Devin K Grayson | Artists -Staz Johnson & James A Hodgkins |
This is the post for my love of comics. If you have a ‘good’ childhood, you probably have an idea that comics means. I met my first comic when I was 9 year old. My ‘Aenglish’ was terrible. I used to pronounce I like that way. A super rich relative’s kids who were fond of… Read More | Guestblogging | Comics | The adventures of Asterix & Obelix | Albert Uderzo |
Title: Shekar Kapur’s Devi Review: Tara Mehta was once human but when the spirit of a divine warrior fused with her, she turns Devi, a living goddess sworn to protect mankind from threats both criminal and supernatural. Now the girl-turned-goddess should protect one of her own as young woman claiming to be her long-lost sister… Read More | Guestblogging | Comics | Shekar Kapur’s Devi | Saurav Mohapatra & Chandrasekhar |
WORDLESS WEDNESDAY Attempting Wordless Wednesday for the first time with these two pics below!! Linking up with Wordless Wednesday shalzmojoPassionate about everything design, I am in love with photography, travel and baking. My writing journey was initiated with my letter writing hobby as a child and has metamorphosised into serious blogging. I indulge with… Read More Wordless Wednesday #1 – Claim your Walls !