Khayaal

‘Khayaal’, a word that holds a gazillion of emotions. It is limitless and timeless with no visible boundaries. It’s a space that gives you the liberty to be you. Here you can breath more freely, dream fearlessly, and choose your own kind of fairytale. This book by Anandarupa Chakrabarti is all about that and even […]

Unfinished – A Memoir

Unfinished is a memoir by Priyanka Chopra Jonas. It is a reflection of her professional journey and personal experiences. The book starts with her childhood days, giving info about her background, family, and friends. Her story moves from India to the United States to Los Angeles. Who thought that a dusky Indian girl who always […]

These Our Bodies Possessed by Light

“What can one say of childhood grief? That it is invisible. That it is denied the vocabulary granted to adult despair. That it shifts, mutates, but seldom vanishes. That it casts a mark.My sisters and I, we were sorrow stained.” ‘These our bodies possessed by light‘, a debut work of Dharini Bhaskar is well-deserving of […]

Vitamin H – Volume 3

what is your constant source of motivation ? “Strength is the only thing that is respected most in the world. Therefore do everything to strengthen yourself physically, mentally, and spiritually” The above quote is from the book Vitamin H – Volume 3 written by Abhishek Thakkar. This book comprises 102 such quotes and epiphanies. The book […]

SAVIOUR – An Uncommon Tale

Our lives get affected by the occurrence or non-occurrence of various events, whether positive or negative. An event as small as a change in the workplace is capable of putting us into full discomfort. Think about an event that can change your whole world upside down and can even question your existence. Saviour – An […]

I Dreamt of Love

W.H. Auden said it right – “ Poetry is the clear expression of mixed feelings ” “I Dreamt of Love” is a collection of twenty-two soulful poems written by K. Sharronne, M. Katherine Allen, and Sandra Mayer. The majority of the poems are mainly crafted by K. SHarronne only. How difficult can it be to express […]

The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi

An elegantly written storyline, sophisticatedly developed characters, and of course the rich culture from the India of 1950s. Doesn’t it sound like a perfect mood?   Well, I am talking about Alka Joshi’s novel, The Henna Artist which recently bagged its position under the top ten in Goodreads choice awards under the categories, best debut […]