🌹R.K Narayan isn't unfamiliar to Indians, most of us would have come across his works at least once In school.I first read his work in grade 10, an English reader had a story from "Swami and Friends". I found it absolutely hilarious, I wanted to read more. Hence I ordered this book. Eventually, I was... Continue Reading →
How often have u thought of quitting everything and running away? .A recent study was conducted by "100 humans- Life questions" by Netflix. They segregated humans age-wise in decades. The age groups from the 30s, 40s and the 50s found it difficult to perform tasks that require communication, calibration, teamwork and analysis. Experts believe that... Continue Reading →
It has sort of turned into my unwritten resolution to devour as much as Agatha Christie books as possible.BOOK REVIEW: The Mysterious Affairs at Styles. .This is (drum roll 論) Agatha Christie's first ever published Novel and first among the #Poirot mystery. .A lot reviwers in the past have compared it with Sherlock Holmes, as... Continue Reading →
Book review on Adam Silvera's They both die at the end. This is an emotionally heart wrenching book about love, life, and dreams.
Let that knowledge 🌳 grow. "As you sow so you shall reap", something we have been told since childhood. Let's try to implement it in life. . .🌱 let's think life as an Investment, not just monetarily but as a holistic approach. . .🌱 Learning is easiest in this century while knowledge is at the... Continue Reading →
"Truth is perspective my son, this is my story" Author Punneth JH brilliantly describes the protagonist Amar Bhardhwaj, a 24 year old self claimed archeologist. His father already a visionary in the field has gone missing. All Amar knows is his last quest was finding a missing weapon. Amar juggles to survive in this predicament... Continue Reading →
Preread: After 6 months of tiresome quotas, shifting and innumerable exams, my head was drained. I knew I had to get back to writing. So one lazy afternoon, after a quick shower, I am sitting in my balcony, my fingers inked. My diary finally quenched from it's thirst for words. As I look out of... Continue Reading →