“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” – Pride And Prejudice, Jane Austen Set around the time of the Napoleonic Wars, however making little reference to it, Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, as the vast majority know, follows the sentiment … More Pride And Prejudice, Jane Austen: A Review
“Actually, the problem is that I can’tlose my mind,” I said. “It’s inescapable.” – John Green, Turtles All the Way Down The bestseller author of “The Fault in Our Stars”: John Green came up with another one of his masterpieces back in October 2017. “Turtles All The Way Down” is a tale about Aza Holmes, a 16-year-old … More Turtles All the Way Down: A Book Review
Hello, hello! For those who follow my blog, must know by now that it is mostly about well being. So while we shred light to the well being of mental, emotional and physical state, why not add skincare wellness to the list? I’m really excited about Bioblush, though I’ve been using their products from a … More Bioblush Cosmetics Mini Review: An Affordable, Effective Skincare Brand Cleanser And Mask!
Mental health is no game play, and I am no therapist, but from my research, acknowledgement and real life tales, I am sharing the basic steps of emotional acceptance and processing.
If even a single person gets to learn something from this, my motive would be fulfilled. … More A Path To Accept And Process Your Emotions
As someone who takes great interest in posing for the camera, and explore myself as the subject, I come up with new ideas to shoot, write and create every now and then. During this world wide pandamic, when everything seems to be at standstill, I have my own ways to cope up with my blue … More Shooting During Quarantine: Photoblog And Tips
What a dream! Why was I eating my Oscar award though? Why did I wake up? Damn you, alarm! I could sleep a little more. Maybe the dream will continue once I sleep again. Oh, What’s that noise? Didi must turn off the blow dryer! The noise is up my head. A Blow Dryer Blowing … More 110 Thoughts On My Anxious Mind On A Normal Day
I desire the sun to be my selfless lover at some point of time.In the powerful whispers, and boundless eminence that he offers,I find myself lost in his contrary pastels,looking for any signs of wrinkles and dull shades he might have grown over time,but he stays forever young, and bright.He seeps into the hole of … More Poetry: the sun as my selfless lover
I had once heard from a dear person, ‘Fashion is like fingerprints, different for everyone’. Ever since then, I could not relate more to the statement. Being a part of the generation that has a prominent tendency to shop, experiment, and try new mediums to refine their style and stand out in the crowd, I too … More Why Following Trends Must Not Be Followed!
Self-isolation, quarantined, lockdown, all these terms have been too familiar during this egregious situation going on worldwide. All the days keep moving ahead, but it’s almost like that the world is at standstill. What we are going through right now will be printed in our future history books, reminding us of how we overcame a … More My Lessons From The Lock Down!
Whether its the need for some grocery shopping or the declaration of your office re-opening, stepping out of the house at some point or other is inescapable. While the best option is to stay indoors, with the end of lock down in Delhi, many of us are obliged to rush for office. Here is a … More Precautions To Take While You Step Out Of The House
Hello, hello! When someone talks about lazy summer afternoons, all that roams around my head is the sunlight peeping through the windows in a dark room, my little dog by my side and of course, a book which consumes my thoughts! Hence, every year I prepare a reading list to entertain such monotonous afternoons and … More My Summer Reading List : Let’s Devour!
It has exactly been 183 days, 23 hours, 44 minutes and 22 seconds since I have commenced my college life. All this while, I have made use of my observing skills and made notes about the people we usually find in college. To all those anxiously excited people who will pass out of school in … More TYPES OF PEOPLE IN COLLEGE!
It’s already 5 days past new year and I still can’t adopt to put a “2019” at the end each time I write the date. All over, 2k18 has been a year which taught me a whole book of lessons itself. Remembering the previous year, all I can feel is Grateful. Here’s a list of … More 2k18, I am Grateful!
The month of October itself brings the delicate yet stem – winding vibes of Festivals. Starting from Durgotsava to New Year, India always ends it’s years in a festive mood. Durga Pujo, also known as Durgotsava is a festival celebrated all over India. While at one side, Gujratis celebrate these days with Garbha, bengalis add … More THE FESTIVE THROWBACK IN INDIA!
It is a fact very well acknowledged that wedding season in India always starts with a hustle of excitement and ends with the burps of dessert. In the meantime, selecting what to wear and what not becomes the matter of concern for everyone in the house. Personally, I am the sort of person who starts … More THIS WEDDING SEASON, BE THE SUN IN THE MOON!
19. November. 2018 The day I posted my first vlog on Youtube. You see, I’ve always been into writing. But being in front of the camera was something I didn’t really admire as I’m always trying not to look constipated in front of lenses, or even people for that matter. Although surprisingly, I pushed my … More I Unveiled the Vlogger in me!
Originally posted on Amygdala's Venture:
“Sacred Games” is not a new name for all of us. The Netflix’s web series launched on 6th July 2018 failed to do its bit to give those spine chilling thriller suspense. Left with lots of unanswered questions many of us are eyeing for the next season. Like everyone…