I would like to go back in time to revisit stories from the 16th century and perhaps even times ancient than that. The stories revolve around Jain philosophies and practices. There will be key takeaways that can be applied to our modern-day lifestyles.
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.
All for Rs. 5, the surmawalas of Kolkata are keeping alive good faith and spreading happiness, one customer at a time!
One of the holiest of festivals for Jains, Paryushan has many interesting rituals and concepts to know about.
Earlier this month, I along with 3 other friends, went for a short 4 day trip to the City of Destiny. It was my first all girl's trip after school days. A lot of beautiful places to see, Vizag can truly amaze you with its diversity. The city folks are blessed with beautiful beaches to... Continue Reading →
A stranger from across the seven seas, finds solace in the company of a lonesome, chirpy young lady in the lands of Punjab. What do their destinies have in-store for them? [This is my first attempt at writing a short-story!]