Ever since being impressed by watching the Academy award-winning movie by the same title a decade back, I was earning to read the book To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee. My eagerness culminated in me thieving the book from the personal library of my dear friend Hemlal. There… Continue Reading To Kill a Mockingbird
A Buddhist monk was traveling with his collection of books through a river, in a small boat. Without warning, a sudden storm came and the boat was overturned. The Boatman tried to rescue the monk, but he pleaded, “Don’t try to rescue me. Please save the books. They are much… Continue Reading Philosophy of Reading
“If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson It is said that hobbies define a person. What an individual prefers to do at the spare time portrays his outlooks towards life. I cannot hide my pleasure in admitting… Continue Reading A Bookaholic’s Chronicles
The novel is a heart-wrenching narrative of the horrors of war and an unlikely friendship interlaced with the spontaneity and inevitability of life.
Does the words that we use have the potential to change our reality? If so how can we use it to our advantage? The blog tries to provide an answer.
What is the role of imagination on the reality that surrounds us?
‘An Era of Darkness’ is not to be missed not only for its historical accuracy and factual depiction of British colonialism in India, but for its witty comments and vast research which sheds light into the anecdotes and writings of an unforgettable period in world history.
Once Albert Einstein said,”Generations to come…will scarce believe that such a one as this in flesh and blood ever walked upon this earth.” History has proven him right in due course. Gandhi is greatly misunderstood and even ridiculed nowadays mostly in his own native country.