With a population of our land crossing millions and the total number of book readers ratio is actually not the thing, I am quite worried about but the total number of Indian readers are rising day by day and out of them how many have read or know about the Indian literature is where the… Continue reading #DiscoverIndiaReadathon-Join the movement
Reminisces of a seeker tells the story of the author itself Kapil Kumar Bhaskar, how the world of spirit made him see through the dimensions of the dark world painted white. So, I got the chance to interact indirectly with the author, his answers are straight and honest with no sugar coated hopes and words… Continue reading Author Interview: Reminiscences of a seeker.
A dying leaf has a hope to born again, so why can't a living man can have hope to a life full of love and happiness even in the time against the odds!? Inside the heart of hope a rendering story will light up each hopeful candle in your heart, that beamed for the warmth of… Continue reading Inside the heart of hope-Book Review
Well, if you take feminism as a tete-a-tete talk about women, showing pity concern on their wrathful dilemma then my friend let me take you behind the veil of her sealed bruises by talking beyond these thoughts, were the rights of women are not as bright as her intellect. Beyond the veil talks about the… Continue reading Beyond the veil-Book Review
Journeys were we go alone, but return with a bag full of pinned emotions, touched gestures and clanged bodies that stepped into wilderness. It all starts while meeting those strangers, a flickering spark that unites them,the most of them meet near that window seat, staring us right into our souls. the soul, which wants to… Continue reading WINDOW SEAT-BOOK REVIEW
Exams were over so why would I miss the opportunity to grab my tbr list .I was confused between two but I grabbed this one, while buying this book I just read the rating and swoosh it arrived!! Our land is merely divided into different customs and traditions which makes it different rather than… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW:ONE HALF FROM THE EAST
This book was in my tbr list for a longtime finally I added it in my cart and it arrived two weeks before my midexams!! The thought of reading this book hit me by its small review which had thin slices of wry and dark humor and guess what! I m… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW:THE ILLICT HAPPINESS OF OTHER PEOPLE