I came across Purba Chakraborty‘s NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) earlier this morning and got all excited. I mean, imagine writing 50,000 words in a month. Whoa!! I started wondering if I can do that. But then, I’m not a novel person. So I would like to take this chance to write poems. Instead of … More All set for new challenge!
Already I’ve written about the little rays of sunshine. Now I’m gonna write about roses and storms.. may be little extra about my sunshine too… So what’s this roses and storms? Roses are the friends I got here and storms – the problems! I wouldn’t say that I am so grateful for my life as … More Sunshine, Roses and Storms
The day I decided to try my luck all over again in writing and relocate to Delhi, I was filled with all my dreams and hopes wrapped up all over again to start over new. The city, is not new to me, nor am I to it. But fate had something else in store! All those misfortunes that … More New Girl in the City – Delhi
Life is busy.. We never get a chance to enjoy all those little things in our life. Not those stuffs like work, commitments, friends or family.. But those cute tiny things like morning dew, the evening rays, earthly night stars etc., But I get my rays of SUNSHINE from a person. Isn’t that crazy? As crazy … More Little rays of Sunshine
I personally found the book a little boring. Comparing to the other works of Mr. Brown, like the Da Vinci Code, this one, I found a little uninteresting. I’ve watched enough spy movies, and read enough books with the same type of storyline to say that this is one of the plain and may be … More Today’s Book Escape: Digital Fortress
I waited such a long time for this book and when I get to hold this book, that was exactly with Harry Potter feeling. I mean, I can’t bring words to that feel.. The hardcover was awesome, just black. Wonderful! Though the cover is nice, it takes out the hardcover look. When I opened the … More Eat this story: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The Hypnotist: a serious, disturbing, highly readable novel that is finally a meditation on evil. Just to say in a word: Horrible. The authors have presented something like a bad mishmash of what they thought the audience may like. All in all stay away from it. But let’s get in to details on why I ask you to … More Eat this story: The Hypnotist
The history of Indian Independence cannot be completed without a reference to him. He had plunged into the freedom movement right from his teens. To achieve Independence is a pious duty was his motto. “The British rule over India is an unnatural yoke and unjustifiable and any means to remove it from India’s neck are … More Greatest Irony
Okay…after all the posts here in my blog, this is an entirely different one. I don’t know how to categorize this or what to put on. Though I have friends who would listen to me, I haven’t shared this with any of them. Eventually they might read this or not. But, I guess letting numerous strangers … More Should I or Shouldn’t I?
The nervousness of the first international trip left me sleepless and I landed in the morning around 11 AM at Colombo without having slept a wink. Forget sleep, I haven’t eaten anything properly the previous day.. Probably not the best time to visit the island – I ended up there in a wrong season, but not so wrong.. Most … More so much more.. Sri Lanka – Part 1