So here we are, at yet another International Women’s Day. The day where the world goes gaga about how precious women are, the work spaces
What December is to the kutcheri-es and dance performances, January is to the carnival for the literature enthusiasts in Chennai.The Hindu LitFest is a three-day
Forever is what it took us to plan a visit to Goa. For years, unknown reasons kept us away from one of the most famous
Often in the last 3 months I heard questions on where exactly I was – My location pins had people confused, people began to question
An interesting prologue which is well-known – the Kurukshetra war and Bishm is lying on the bed of arrows at the battlefield, contemplating his
After having read the Shiva Trilogy by Amish, my natural pick should have been Scion of Ishkavu, the first installation of the Ram Chandra series.
With December comes the season where I spend more time in airports waiting for the boarding, or in the air in the flights or, in
She was a multi-faced personality, an Iyengar girl who ruled the superficial glamorous world and the party which was formed on caste politics.Her subjects lovingly
For quite some time as we remember, we have had the internet presence through Facebook, Instagram, e-mails and writing random thoughts was something we’d loved.
If you’ve read our previous travel stories, you would have understood that we are not the type of travelers seeking an action-packed holiday. We love
Synopsis: “When you travel, you don’t fear the unknown. You become a part of it. You don’t meet a million people. You meet yourself,
This house of clay and water – A story of forbidden love in Pakistan Author – Faiqa Mansab Publisher – Penguin Random House Pages- 272
1999.The year when the Pakistani soldiers infiltrated into the Indian side of the Line of Control. Conflict rose. A War broke out. Victory for India. Gallantry awards for the soldiers and the martyrs.We saluted and showed our respect .And then, we moved on with our everyday life.
Standing on an apple box – Memoir of the superstar’s daughter with a foreword from Shweta Bachchan, another star kid. When you’ve grown up seeing
Devi Yashodhran’s debut novel, a historical fiction, that will teleport you to the time of Cholas and to their port city Nagapatinam.