Biographies of Bollywood Stars

The biographies which I have read! Unfinished I didn’t read this book – I listened to it!!! I utilised my Audible subscription from a coupon code I had received sometime back. To listen to her story, in her own narration was indeed a catch!!! She talks minutely about her nurturing from childhood in an armyContinue reading “Biographies of Bollywood Stars”

Day travel in Jagdalpur

Safety tips for travel in Chhatisgarh Bastar is defintely worth visiting not only for the natural beauties, but also the man-made architectural marvels. It will take a day to go to all the places of visit. Raja Dalpat Deo Kakatiya commissioned the construction of Dalpat Sagar. It’s one of the biggest artificial lake within theContinue reading “Day travel in Jagdalpur”

The Archer

The tenets of purposeful life The story revolves around Tetsuya, the unparalleled archer in the world, who has now renounced his skills to have settled as a humble carpenter. He has an apprentice to assist him and learn the trade skills of carpentry. One day, a stranger comes unannounced and challenges the might of Tetsuya,Continue reading “The Archer”

Tamda Ghoomar Falls in Bastar

One of the underrated waterfalls in Bastar, Jagdalpur Tamda Ghoomar waterfall is located in the Bastar district. In Bastar, β€˜Ghoomar’ means waterfalls. The only source of the Tamda Ghoomar waterfall is the natural rain water. The slow rain water, continuously flows through the hill, then arches over a horse shoe plunge. That’s what makes thisContinue reading “Tamda Ghoomar Falls in Bastar”

Long Drive through Jagdalpur

The Land of Waterfalls Chattishgarh boasts of both one of the tallest and the widest waterfalls of India. Most of them are located near Jagdalpur. The dense foliage valleys cradle the plunge waterfalls in its bosom. The best time to travel to visit the waterfalls is July to October in monsoons though the roads mayContinue reading “Long Drive through Jagdalpur”

Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah

“You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however.“ Years ago, I came across this quote. I was intrigued with the profound philosophy these words exudes and ended up buying a tattered copy of the Illusions: The Adventures of aContinue reading “Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah”

Never been (un)happier

Journey of a depressed soul I had picked up this books assuming it to be another rant of “privileged” kid of Bollywood. I have never been proved so wrong about a book. Shaheen Bhatt has penned her struggle with mental depression in unminced words. Her book has successfully built up the case against the tabooContinue reading “Never been (un)happier”

Ram Chandra Series

Retelling of The Ramayana by Amish Tripathi Amish Tripathi’s ambitious re-telling of Ramayana with a visionary perspective, spans over four books, with one yet to be released. All the books have so far ended at the same event – though the story is told with clever liberty in point of view of three protagonists. AmishContinue reading “Ram Chandra Series”

Letters to the Lost

Can letters be the remedy? Brigid Kemmerer‘s Letters to the Lost was my September month’s buddy read with Diti Shah. I was skeptical initially – assumed the book to be cheesy elaboration of romance through letters (I was reminded of “Mujhse dosti karoge”!). The book is nothing like cute high school romance, rather one whereContinue reading “Letters to the Lost”

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Are all marriages for love? Monique Grant is on cloud 9 when she is assigned to interview Evelyn Hugo, one of the most-sought Hollywood actress and philanthropist, who is now reclusive. An interview for Vivant magazine is scheduled as to cover the most-talked about auction for Evelyn’s legendary dresses. On meeting the glamourous superstar, MoniqueContinue reading “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo”