Italy · Photography

Cats Of The Most Beautiful Bookshop In Venice.

It was my Instagram savvy teen who told me first about the bookshop that goes by the tag line- The most beautiful bookshop in the world. It happened to be in Venice and since I was going to be there, perfect opportunity to check it out. Well, the online chatter around it was amazing and… Continue reading Cats Of The Most Beautiful Bookshop In Venice.

Inspiration · Travel

Struck By Wanderlust

So it is official and the countdown has begun to my very first international holiday. Yay! I am still pinching myself. For the longest time, my deepest desire was to go on a trip around the world. I lapped up travel shows, movies, articles, books (Travels by Michael Crichton tops the list). I would dream,… Continue reading Struck By Wanderlust

challenges · Heritage · Photography

Unexpected Beauty Of Akhnoor, India.

When your expectations are low because everyone says there isn't anything to see in a small, dusty town called Akhoor, you hide behind your sunglasses and nod off. You instead look forward to sampling the flavours of the sprawling Jammu City next door, perhaps launch a pilgrimage to the Vaishno Devi Shrine. Till your eyes… Continue reading Unexpected Beauty Of Akhnoor, India.

Books ,movies · challenges

Reading Challenge: And The Mountains Echoed.

It was a March Mayhem- exams, hectic term ending schedules, fatigue and figuring what I really wanted to read for my monthly Reading Challenge. Now that was a challenge in true sense. I picked 'And the mountains echoed' by the March born Khaled Hosseini. I was curious about it as I remember enjoying both his… Continue reading Reading Challenge: And The Mountains Echoed.

challenges · Chaotic Thoughts

February Reading Challenge: Love next door

It is the Valentine month and for once I was absolutely sure about who I wanted to read. I already had the book and a huge plus, the author's birthday was on 1st February. I guess that's the side effect of the 2019 Reading Challenge- checking the writer's birthday before glancing inside the book. Anyway,… Continue reading February Reading Challenge: Love next door

challenges · Chaotic Thoughts

My January Reading Challenge: Edgar-ly Reading Poe

So let me begin from the beginning when I was much younger. A self confessed bibliophile/ a book lover/ a reading addict, I could read all day and night. Even today books in a store, in a library, on racks, in someone's hand, e-books included, still makes my blood rush and a feverish gleam appears… Continue reading My January Reading Challenge: Edgar-ly Reading Poe

Books ,movies · Chaotic Thoughts · Inspiration

Turning Two and Forty Two

My blog turned two early this year and I missed the notification completely, my head was in the clouds. My strategy, from telling myself that I'd publish every fortnight to publishing multiple times a month (wasn't going to argue with the muses whenever they decided to make their presence felt), I finally settled for at… Continue reading Turning Two and Forty Two

Books ,movies · Inspiration

Happy No 1 and now let’s count detectives.

Today I celebrate my first blogging anniversary - 366 days ago I unleashed my thoughts via this blog into the world, without a clue how long would I last. Well, I survived and I thrived. Hence this very special post to commemorate this amazing milestone. Thank you WordPress. You also dispatched this cool achievement badge… Continue reading Happy No 1 and now let’s count detectives.

Books ,movies · Inspiration

A bookworm’s guide to excellent reading…or not.

I've always been the curious one. I blame the books for sweeping me away into the magical world of pixies and wishing chair , solving puzzles and crimes alongside the daring Hardy Boys and the intrepid Nancy Drew . Long before Google and cable television came on scene, books were my magic portals that lead… Continue reading A bookworm’s guide to excellent reading…or not.