Abol Tabol is a great show of the author Sukumar Ray’s craft where otherwise non-sensical text appears meaningful when read together with illustrations.
“Tomb of Sand” gives us a genuine, realistic resolution in the author’s distinctive manner, in contrast to most novels that purport to have a realistic touch with fantasy-like endings
Book- The Nutmeg’s Curse (Parables for a Planet in Crisis) Author- Amitav Ghosh Publisher- Penguin Random House, India Although the name of Amitav Ghosh evokes memories of surreal novels like The Glass Palace or the renowned Ibis Trilogy, yet The Nutmeg’s Curse brings in a box full of surprise for Ghosh’s fans. Here, Ghosh takes…
In the months following the emergence of the first known cases of the Covid-19 virus across several countries, the most common and immediate response observed in people was denial. Despite its rising numbers, a vast majority dismissed the virus as similar to one that caused the common flu, attributed Covid-19 deaths to undisclosed diseases and…
The film Khamosh Pani (Silent Waters) portrays how the gender subjugation forms as the undercurrent for the political partition of India and Pakistan into two nations by the British.
The Court movie suggests why it is important to expedite justice delivery in India through the lead Narayan Kamble
When will the sun-sodden life be back?/ When will we stop crushing nature’s soul into powders of profit?
To,Our Captain CoolWho finishes off in styleMahendra Singh Dhoni Always a class apartMan who hits the ball straight into our heartWith hopes of millionsHe stood tall with all of our aspirationsWith a charming smileThis man always ran an extra mileWhenever we lost, he took all the blameAlways kept the spirit of the gameStarted his journey…
For life was nothing to her
But the one that gifted her
With infinite choices to
Bring the hag out of her.
But she chose to succeed
Than to surrender!
I woke up to the sunlight falling on my face from the window. I looked around to check the time but could not find my clock. It must be later than usual, the sun is brighter than usual. As always, I forgot to close the curtains last night and I am bearing the brunt of…
It all started when I was 8, a happy childhood, and I was still at the dunce level of understanding the real world. I was a teeny kid, happy in my own LaLa Land. The small toy that comes with every KinderJoy had me excited and jumpy.
Human life on earth cannot exist without suffering. It’s a sign of existence. While giving birth to a child, a mother suffers, and when the child grows up, he too suffers. So every being suffers; just the sufferings differ from person to person