Books that challenge traditional social norms and beliefs are the ones I always look forward to read. They not only widen your horizons but also make you think in an unconventional way.
Ruskin Bond is well, Ruskin bond in this collection of short stories titled “Our trees still grow in Dehra”.
Reading is a leisure for any devoted reader. When you read about a character, it either makes you happy, or drenches you with anger and sadness.
What do you do when you are having a hard time in life? When the onus of regrets and grief is making you weak. Will you give up?
Ever felt yourself at odds with the rest of the world? When you don’t know why the world is the way it is.
‘Desire’, what a simple word with such a complicated meaning. Just like a streetcar, it can take you on a rollercoaster ride.
Leaves of Life is an autobiographical piece of writing by IPS Officer Meeran Chandha Borwankar where she has a treasure of advices for young ladies from her experiences.
Be careful what you wish for, in the magical world of Murakami. The book that will make you believe in miracles.
“Charity begins at home”, the proverb that clearly expresses the fact that the demand and needs of one’s family should be taken care of first before caring for others.
How your childhood memories shape your future? A Japanese fiction you can relate to. Read more to know.