Book Review for Ajaya: The Roll of the Dice

The two legendary epics, The Ramayana and Mahabharata, of ancient India have always had their special thrones of honour, both in people’s hearts as well as literary culture and ethical values that form the building blocks of our religion. As they are invincible sectors of literature, they along with the rest of Hindu mythology stand…

Superfluous Comparisons

It’s sometimes inevitable human nature to make comparisons between ourselves and someone else. It can work two ways; either you feel so insecure about yourself you think your friend/frenemy/enemy is enjoying all the fruits life has to give, or you arrogantly feel like you’re on top of the world and think your friend/frenemy/enemy won’t ever…

Sketched

Originally posted on Minute Tales:
Finally after ages, I got to wield a pencil to draw something. God, it just reminds me that how long it actually had been! Perhaps when I was in school. How I love to draw. ❤ I am glad I could find time for it. 🙂 🙂

Book Review: Tale Journey, by Kavya Janani

  This is a late review from me. First of all, I owe my apology to Kavya for that, because I am one of her close friends and this should have been out the very next day of her publication. Sorry, darling! There were some scenes in my book that demanded my attention and refused…

Surrender

  Everyone who loves books love the magic of getting the chance to become another character as they move from page to page. As the essence of the story gets to them, they bond with the protagonist, feel their hearts, see through their eyes, even fall in love with their love interest, entertain their attitude…

Girl Power

Today is Women’s Day and every message, image and video on my mother’s Whatsapp and every post on my WordPress reader feeder is dedicated to it. As it happens, today is one of my close cousin sister’s birthday as well. She lives up to it without flaws, for she’s a strong and brave young lady with a…

A-N-T-S

To start off with, they are insects the size of a pinhead with six legs looking fragile than the baby hairs on your frontal region. Here is what they have to say to the rest of the world with all the arrogance their millimetre body can muster. Kingdom: Pest Genus: Annoying Species: Vex-ata Hobbies: Running…