Movies are more that a source of entertainment. Some movies inspire you, some teach you by setting an example, some give you a fresh perspective, some make you laugh, etc. … Continue reading Watchworthy movies #1
There are different kinds of fiction books. I know about two varieties now. Type-A are realistic fiction throughout; reading them feels like living them, example War & Peace (https://goo.gl/BimFhn). While Type-B … Continue reading India through the eyes of a servant
If you are a doer and have big goals, then good time management is the most essential part of your success.
How I started reading War & Peace It all started when I unexpectedly traveled to Mumbai and unexpectedly stayed there for about two months. Living there (or anywhere) with any book … Continue reading How to read War & Peace
“Is it that a tiny crime can be wiped out by thousands of good deeds? For one life, thousands would be saved from corruption and decay.” Can a murder in … Continue reading Crime and Punishment
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