Details About the Book The Book was released as a part of Blogchatter's ebook carnival. In the very same event, my book Life in the Time of Coronavirus was released as well. Book Name - Five Petals Author - Chinmayeee Gayatree Sahu Genre - Fiction Pages - 31 Language - English Download Link - Five … Continue reading Book Review _ Five Petals by Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu
If you have wanted to make positive changes in lifestyle with respect to sustainability, this book is for you. It is a breezy read with mostly two-page chapters. I’d definitely recommend for a quick informative read.
Creating Bucketlist is like letting the Universe and yourself know the list of things you wish to achieve. It is the first step to getting yourself up and moving. Here is mine for 2019. Hope it inspires you as well.
Book Name - The Last Attractor of Chaos Author - Abhinav Singh Rating - 3.5/5 "Whenever chaos go beyond a measure of control, it gives birth to an attractor to restore balance." This line from the book reminded me of, "Dharma Samsthapanarthaya Sambhavami Yuge Yuge". Gist - Ashwin Rathore gets killed and as he dies, … Continue reading Book Review – The Last Attractor of Chaos
If you are a frequent instagrammer, you might be aware of some interesting Insta Story games that have been making their rounds. There was one particular story that I liked a lot as it involved asking lots of questions and so I decided to take it up. I put this up on my story: Some … Continue reading Sharing Some Books/Movie Recommendations I Received
A Book review of The Story of a Suicide.
100 Happy Days - Day 88 Happiness is friendship in rain, with book, through letters and conversation. It was 6.50 am. The queue began from the first floor, stretched through the staircase to the ground floor and out. I was on the staircase closer to the first floor. I heard Carnatic music emanating from the room … Continue reading Letters, Rains, Books, Conversations – A Friendship
Day 2 - Four Fictional Characters More often than not, fictional characters have a lot of impact in our lives. We look up to some, we cast aside some and some of them leave us in tough positions as to whether they are lovable or not. There have been debates about certain fictional characters and the … Continue reading Four Fictional Characters
Likes - Magic, Silent conversation. Dislikes - Ice creams, littering... Read on to know more and join the challenge.
100 Happy Days - Day 87 My uncle was showing us around Lawrence School, Lovedale where he gives guitar lessons to the students. After almost an hour of wandering around the huge, beautiful place, we decided to visit one last area and call it a day. As we were descending the stairs, I came across … Continue reading The Seed Bookmark
Introduction Book: Ramayana - The Game of Life: Stolen Hope Author: Shubha Vilas Publisher: Jaico Books Note: This book is third in the series of six books We have all heard the story of Rama and also its various versions. Most of us know of the peripheral whats, whens, hows & whys, and the story as … Continue reading Book Review: Ramayana – The Game of Life
100 Happy Days - Day 86 Happiness is a chair, a book and the threshold of an Ocean and not knowing which one makes you happier. Every Bibliophile's dream - A serene spot with a view, some peace and a book. Behold! An evening at the beach, watching the waves breaking against the rocks, holding … Continue reading Conversing With the Waves
CA happens to be one of the toughest and the most complicated courses ever. It is very well known that a CA student sometimes takes ages to clear CA exams, that the subjects are difficult and the criteria for passing are very stringent. What people fail to realize is the tribulations undergone by a CA … Continue reading Life of A CA Student
Sometimes I just stop whatever I am doing and try to make sense of the things happening around me. We study from a very young age. Our adolescence and youth is spent mugging up unnecessary theories that we will never need in real life. Our youth is spent pretending to understand further more complicated theories. This … Continue reading Do You Have A Vision?
2016 is on a roll. I still remember writing posts after posts when the new year began and it's already March. For a CA student, it is very unsettling as May approaches. So, the unease is setting in already. I have begun to wonder why I started this Gratitude list. The answer lies write here. … Continue reading February Gratitude List