challenges · Travel

Stockholm- Striped And Checked

Say Stockholm and I think of impossibly blue water and cerulean sky, a quietness in the very air that’s always crisp and fresh and an underground that is lit. Serene Stockholm packed in loads of surprises. I was in rapture from the moment my flight landed at the airport. Floored! The airport was a delightful… Continue reading Stockholm- Striped And Checked

Chaotic Thoughts · Corona Chronicles · Life

When Corona Came Marching Home.

Corona Virus with an official name COVID-19 hopped across China, Korea, Iran, skipped to Italy and finally jumped to India. When WHO declared it a pandemic, I had to google the word since my vocabulary on contagion began with outbreak and ended with epidemic. Social distancing physically continues to be propped up like Captain America's… Continue reading When Corona Came Marching Home.

Books ,movies · challenges

Reading Challenge Report Card Of a Reluctant Reader

December is here and it is time to take stock of the year gone by, the things I challenged myself to do such as read diligently once again. Sad but true, I lost my mojo to read sometime back. In fact realisation dawned when I noticed that the only books I animatedly spoke of were… Continue reading Reading Challenge Report Card Of a Reluctant Reader

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

Writing , life

Blogversary Three in January!

January heralds my blog's third birthday. Hurray! As usual I mixed the dates of registration but WordPress didn't forget and promptly sent a congratulatory message. I was caught by surprise. The event demanded a magnificent post worthy of Blogversary Three in a timely manner. Easier said than done. Sigh! You see, one thing I've learnt… Continue reading Blogversary Three in January!

Photography · Travel

October Bytes#4: Cave walk At The Thousand-Fold Spring

We call it Sahasradhara, the Thousand Fold Spring. With a name so lyrical, the place is famous for its natural beauty and the sulphur springs. I remember it from my childhood, a quiet picnic spot, surrounded by tall limestone hills, a sparkling stream, the sun shining, birds chirping and the gleeful shouts of the local… Continue reading October Bytes#4: Cave walk At The Thousand-Fold Spring

Pop culture , movies

Twinkle, twinkle, infinite stars…

Long time ago in a galaxy far away, Milky Way to be precise, lived a little girl who wanted to be a Jedi, like Luke Skywalker. She thought it was even better than being Superman. One could zoom across planets and galaxies in space ships with friends, meet odd-exotic creatures that populated those worlds. She… Continue reading Twinkle, twinkle, infinite stars…