If I could give one gift, it would be the gift of knowledge, of the power that we all hold in ourselves.
A mom’s crusade to comprehend the mysterious diary notes from school.
This is about inclusion. Of festivals from around the world and celebrating them with the same gusto as we celebrate Indian festivals.
It’s not that time of the year without… The frantic cleaning, scrubbing and washing Of every nook and cranny, till it all sparkles as new. The desperate… Read more “It’s Not That Time Of The Year Without…”
For our book-club this month we all read Roar by Cecilia Ahern, and what a wonderful read it turned out to be. Our discussion went well over… Read more “Review – Roar by Cecelia Ahern”
Running in the Family by Michael Ondaatje This February, we read Michael Ondaatje’s Running in the Family. It turned out to be a book which everyone enjoyed.… Read more “The Book Club – February Chapter”
Ek Chadar Maili Si, is the story of Rano. A strong willed woman, on death of her husband, she has to succumb to societal pressure into marrying her brother-in-law whom she has raised almost like a son. This is the story of her journey.
The first book of the year – The Prophet.
This year, I resolved to read at least 1 book/story/article or poem in Hindi or Punjabi. I started with Pinjar. Pinjar is Punjabi for a skeleton. This… Read more “On Pinjar by Amrita Pritam”
Book Reviews The Grand Sophy – Georgette Heyer Meet The Grand Sophy. Someone completely out of place in the typical Austenian family setting with the mother looking… Read more “The Book Life”