Nostalgia and Zest

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...

Cue the Background score

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 →

Why read Shyam by Devdutt Pattanaik?

*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. *

My Daily Dose of Hygge

‘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 →

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