Five Classic Poems On Rain

image source "Rain is grace; rain is the sky descending to the earth; without rain, there would be no life." - John Updike There is always something spectacular about these tiny droplets full of vigor and vitality; spreading life after scorching summer. Inspiring art since ages, here are few classic poems embracing the droplets at... Continue Reading →


Can A Diary Bestow The Eternal Fame – The Case Of Samuel Pepys

"Blessed be God, at the end of the last year I was in very good health, without any sense of my old pain but upon taking of cold" - Samuel Pepys Post 315th death anniversary of Samuel Pepys, it's obvious to talk about his famous personal diary that gave him eternal fame. Begun in January... Continue Reading →

Folk Epics from Ancient India

  Folk epics are an integral part of our life as they depict the world view of a particular society from where they originate. Being the oldest in their creation, they were passed on as oral tradition or written down by single or multiple authors . They are no more confined to study of past... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Banned Books Of All Time

image source “If you cannot bear these stories then the society is unbearable. Who am I to remove the clothes of this society, which itself is naked. I don't even try to cover it, because it is not my job, that's the job of dressmakers.”  ― Saadat Hasan Manto Winding back in the history, a lot of... Continue Reading →


A Damsel in distress waiting for her knight with the shining armor - a Gothic novel is more than this especially when it has deep reflections of human wonderment and fear . It's one of the most sought after genre by the readers , contrary to our fear from darkness. Here is the list of... Continue Reading →


image source The mumbling of rain drops the echo is same as it was for the first in those tiny soft ears to be They didn't changed like us, like you like me, continue to shiver the senses like cold current along with the shadow. The breeze still chooses to be moody no not PMS,... Continue Reading →


image source 'THEORIES OF MYTHS CAN BE AS OLD AS MYTHS THEMSELVES' - ROBERT A SEAGAL Not wasting time on introductory talks we'll jump to the review of this bling bling book ( will get to know why i am calling it a bling bling book below). The book is by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Indian-American... Continue Reading →

The Journey Begins

Leaving the lap behind, ahead of mother's warmth arrives swinging little droplet. showering the happiness, comes the little droplet. the invisible babyhood above the white peaks preparing to merge with the destiny, make way for the pure droplet make way for the pure droplet. - pria pandey   Feel free to comment and mail your... Continue Reading →

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