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The world recently celebrated International Day of the Girl Child on October 11. The ongoing struggle to make people across all countries aware of the issues faced by a person just because of her gender is real. You can get a lot of statistics from the internet. The sad truth is even we face the … Continue reading Thought – Taught.
She dangled her feet, swinging them gently. Her thick silver anklets keeping her rhythm. Those little feet bear such a burden, Yet they swing with abandon. Little one, you have just begun to walk. Do you know how far you have to go? Do you know where you go or what you will see? The … Continue reading Little Hope
Ever since I can remember my father enrols me all sorts of classes. I started my Carnatic music classes along with kindergarten. It must have been a policy that I must socialise with other children or learn something. But I think that it really was to get me out of the house. I was … Continue reading Summer Splash!
Some times all of us forget to appreciate our surroundings. Come to think of it we look at beaches on our HD screens and don't go to the real thing because of any excuse we can come up with. Last week one of our friends who was going off on a trip asked us to … Continue reading Brilliance
After the Game of Thrones season 5 aired, we were all waiting for the next season to come out. As far as the entire series is concerned, I watched the show after I finished all the books. So it made sense that I read Winds of Winter before I watch Season 6. And then this … Continue reading A Wish upon the Winds of Winter
Before We Visit the Goddess by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is one of my favourite Indian authors. If you have read her other works, this one is a must read. Before We Visit the Goddess is a tale of three women– a mother, a daughter and a granddaughter. It spans across the lifetimes … Continue reading Book Review – Before We Visit the Goddess, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
The Earl Takes All (The Hellions of Havisham, #2) by Lorraine Heath This is Book 2 of the series. Book 1 shows us glimpses of the characters of the twins and Lady Greyling. Lady Julia comes across as someone who came between two brothers, the Earl as one who avoided conflict and loved peace, Edward … Continue reading Book Review – The Earl Takes All, Lorraine Heath