The month of May in India spells unbearable, scorching, summer heat and that is how it was until a couple of days ago when the effect of the predicted Cyclone Yaas brought strong winds and moderate to heavy showers in our city. Bringing the temperature down by almost 10 degrees, this change in weather was... Continue Reading →
Life as we never knew it. It is times like these that make the light shine brightest. Keep going...Let faith win.
A day when 8.5 crore souls attained liberation from the holiest of holy places - Shri Shatrunjay Giriraj. Know how devotees continue to celebrate this day till date.
Away from the urban jungle, surrounded by divinity I spent 50+ days in the lap of nature's bounty and experienced the divinity that re-introduced me to the divinity that lived within me - hear my soul's soliloquy.
The recent news story about CCD's founder makes me re-think about our life's choices and the allocation of our time.
The chapters are precise and to the point and the language is simple. In total the book has 36 pages and 26 chapters. I would recommend you to read this book if you wish to be briefly acquainted with interesting trivia of South India.
Good, relatable humour in current times is like an oasis in a desert! Radhika Acharya's - The Adventures of the JP Family promises chuckles and laughter.
Know what made Sayan Bhattacharya's Book - My Land Across the Border, a must-read for me and why the story shall continue to live for long in my mind.
Manish has the same shrill voice, the same gait and a similar dressing style - said my dadi. Sharing a resemblance with his father and continuing with his business, Manish was the kulfi wala who visited our locality in the evenings. Carrying a huge container full of ice and molds of creamy kulfi, he was... Continue Reading →