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Vanara: The Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara is a great example to show that storytelling is not about 'what' happens in the story but, 'how' it happens.
2018 was the year when I truly understood the meaning of "So many books, so little time."
In an attempt to craft a different story, Bhagat ends up creating something which has been attempted often times in the past.
Raja Rao is not interested in the story of the mighty but in that of the nameless.
The human mind is a very complex machine, it takes a lot of time to remember a pattern or to develop a habit but when it comes to forgetting or to go in auto mode, it is faster than Usain Bolt! Similarly, humans are pretty good creatures when it comes to making a routine but… Continue reading Waiting at the Bus Stop
Praharsh (aka FMF), While watching your videos on your YouTube channel, FMF, I find myself somewhat disconnected from your thought and the way you feel about India. But, unfortunately, I'm not as good as you in animations and video making so the only tool I had to talk to you was through my blog. I… Continue reading FMF, I Have Some Questions…
Pyjamas Are Forgiving attempts to paint before the reader a picture of a woman that we often overlook and not acknowledge. It tries to take you to that place where you see things in a different light. Its almost as if the writer has taken a decision to not allow you to look at it… Continue reading Pyjamas Are Forgiving Book Review: Khanna Plays it Loose as the Book Leaves Nothing Memorable
This is a letter from the series 'Letters To...' where I write letters to a character from a book from the point of view of some other character. This letter draws its roots from the book, The Palace Of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. This is a work of fiction and the author makes no… Continue reading Draupadi’s Letter To Arjun