When you switch off the lights and darkness covers ever cranny of the room. The darkness does not inspire spookiness but it is a darkness which lightens a small lamp ...
While reading a book, I came across the temple's name and thought to revisit the case revolving around it.
Travel. Isn't it about visiting places unknown to you, capturing moments with your lenses, looking at the simple surroundings with a perspective so new and unique that mundane activities get a glamorous feel. To gather unforgettable experiences and locking them down as memories can be summarized by this one word and today I would like... Continue Reading →
Tapping my fingers on the handle of my two wheeler, I turned around noticing the black and maroon overcoat clad homo sapiens – going home after finishing their day at work. That's when...
Lights off and the darkness prevailed everywhere. Not a single star shone in the night sky, nor was the moon glowing her bright light as she was kidnapped by the dark, water bearing clouds. I breathed a sigh and walked to the open veranda of our house because, it was just another warm summer night... Continue Reading →
*Shyam - An illustrated retelling of the Bhagavata * * Author - Devdutt Pattanaik * * Publisher - Penguin Random House India Pvt. Ltd * * Genre - Mythology * * An enchanting journey of Krishna's life with beautiful illustrations and words. *
‘The little book of Hygge’ by ‘Meik Wiking’ truly intrigued me. Hygge (pronounced as hoo-gah) could be best defined as cocoa by candlelight. Hygge is the calm that we feel after completing the day while sipping a cup of tea by the window. Hygge is the contentment that we feel even after having a meaningless... Continue Reading →