“A ghost could be staring at you right now as you read and you would never know!” – This thought always reverberates in my mind as I read paranormal stories and it has been the same while reading the book ‘Wreath and the Other Stories’ by Sangeeta Mahapatra. Right from the book cover to the stories… Continue reading Book # 27
11 years of married life, 11 years of moving places, 11 years of meeting new people yet all this seems like a ‘Dream’ when I look back! As a couple -me and my hubby have sailed through these years with a brave face,weathered the various storms, sailed through the medical condition of our child by… Continue reading My Butterfly Moment
This page illuminates and focuses on the books : a book lover like me can look forward to indulge and relish in the coming future. Disclaimer : This page is being used to promote good literature. I am not being compensated monetarily for the same. (Spotlights are in no way endorsements for money by me)… Continue reading False Ceilings
What If- the book you have received talks about unravelling a secret associated with the quaint place you have made your home for the last couple of years? What- If, you can relate to every location, description and imagery put forth through the literary devices? Doesn’t one get filled with a sense of déjà vu,nostalgia… Continue reading Book # 16
Remember! We were expecting snowfall soon, while returning from our trek to Karelun, in the previous post? Well, our guess turned out right. The very first snowfall of the season and the ‘very first’ snowfall to be witnessed by me happened in the second week of December. Blanketing of Dalhousie in white started slowly, silently… Continue reading The White Carpet
For a month after we landed in Dalhousie,we restricted ourselves to long walks along the Thandi Sadak and the Garam Sadak.’Sadak’ basically refers to a road in Hindi.These two sadaks form a sort of noose around the hill on which we dwell! Also,most of the shopping and eating joints are along these two sadaks. So… Continue reading Trek Along A Wooded Trail :
Nestled among the lower ranges of the Himalayas known by the name of Dhauladhar, facing the majestic PirPanjal ranges, away from the maddening lives of the city and its dwellers is a majestic hill station in Himachal which boasts of a rich colonial heritage and stories. This small, sleepy and sluggish town may not be… Continue reading A Colonial Experience!