Can a saintly, naive, kind, selfless, loving, childlike person survive and thrive in the world the live in?
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky is not the most popular choice amongst readers. However, some of this work’s admirers include Albert Einstein, Friedrich Nietzsche, Virginia Woolf and Albert Camus (wonder why? … Continue reading The Idiot: Noteworthy Quotes
Swearing has irrefutably become one of the most essential parts of our daily lives. Whether it is done consciously or otherwise, it sometimes helps in venting out anger and frustration. … Continue reading Noteworthy Trivialities #4
India’s unprecedented journey of making world’s largest biometric database is promising, yet dangerous.
One must read, reread, think and rethink to understand War & Peace. I have tried my best to come up with some of the noteworthy quotations to inspire you to … Continue reading War & Peace: Noteworthy quotations
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?