Yellow! I recently finished reading Crime and Punsihment and writing about it in a single blog post will not do justice to the book. So here is just a teaser, … Continue reading Crime and Punishment: Favorite Quotes
Why only save tigers? Are other animals less important?
Human life is more important than the life of plants and animals. Is that so?
There are plays and then there are plays. This one is the latter. Othello is a powerful play with multiple themes such as jealousy, self-doubt, betrayal and it’s consequences. There … Continue reading Othello’s tragedy & Ours
The Great Expectations is a classic work by Charles Dickens. The book is a long journey a young fellow named, Pip, orphaned at a young age and thus raised by his … Continue reading The Great Expectations
Shakespeare’s Hamlet recently caught my attention. When someone mentioned this phrase, “To be or not to be” I couldn’t help but purchase the book. I already knew about the tragic … Continue reading Hamlet & the world of Shakespeare
Diversity & Fertility India, a country of diversity, blessed with fertility. These two are very important virtues, often taken for granted. You throw a seed and a tree will grow, … Continue reading Something development this way comes
How did Islamic State come to jeopardize our lives? And why weren’t we able to nip it in the bud?
Finally I finished reading another good book, suggested by my intellectual friend Anshula. The book being, The Wrong Enemy by Carlotta Gall (a British journalist). The book is about America … Continue reading Getting acquainted with the War in Afghanistan
It was the last week of June and I had been reading for the last couple of days when suddenly I snapped my book close, yelled, “I won’t read you”, … Continue reading And the Mountains Echoed
This blog is based on the book MS & Radha: Saga of Steadfast Devotion, gifted to me by my friend, Anant. Before he gifted me this book I was oblivious … Continue reading MS & RADHA: Saga of Steadfast Devotion
(This is for those who have already read the book) I just finished reading, ‘The Lowland’. While reading I kept wondering why is it titled so, but by the end … Continue reading The Lowland