The Hung Tales

If there is something that puts me off more than an unintelligent and/ or vague conversation, it has to be books series. In the past two years, I’ve probably not read a lot new things outside my genres of comfort, mainly because I lost touch with the wonderful book club in Pune, which made me…

Candle Light & Soul Forever

If there is one secret wish that everyone has, is having a perfect relationship. Why that translates to anything sexual has always been beyond my comprehension. Companionship, in any form, built on mutual respect, has been something that I seek from any close bond I create. Perfection, like affection is not a constant state of…

The Joy Of Reading

“I guess there are never enough books.” ―John Steinbeck I didn’t start reading early in life, in fact I was about 17-18, when I was drawn into the mesmerizing world of make-believe. As a restless yet lazy teen, the only hyper active part of my existence was my imagination. And to date, books have become my…

Fairy Tale Romance

Like folklores that most of us grew up with, fairy tales are a more westernised way to depict the social mindset of its place of origin. While this shot was a part of a popular local Christmas crib, what inspired me to share this picture today was an insightful Freshly Pressed Post, which you can…

House of Knowledge

The Asiatic Society of Mumbai has its origins from the Literary Society of Bombay founded by Sir James Mackintosh that met in Mumbai on November 26, 1804, for the first time. It was named as Asiatic Society of Bombay in 1954, after the institution broke away from the Royal Asiatic Society. When the name of…