When I received an invite for the Toys R Us stores very first launch in India I was super excited! Toys R Us is an acclaimed American chain of stores that has aided parents and children in various parts of the world to make memories. Toys R Us inaugurated their first Indian store in Bangalore… Read More Welcome to India, Toys R Us !
When Vidya asked who would be joining her for a #WorldSmileDay blog hop, I hopped on immediately. I had to, I love smiling! I smile all the time and I smile from my heart. So, what are the things that make me smile? Vanity is my Sanity so I smile my troubles away. Why… Read More Everyone smiles in the same language #WorldSmileDay
If I had a rupee for each of the times someone exclaimed, ‘…but the Kindle is not a book!’, I would have bought myself a 2nd Kindle by now. Yes, the Kindle is not a book, it never claimed to be one either. It is a electronic reading device that lets you carry and have… Read More The Kindle Conundrum: To buy or not to buy? #WriteBravely
They had walked in separately, but were inseparable since they met. They sat there, hands entwined, eyes speaking a million words and secret smiles being exchanged. An elderly couple looked at them and smiled, as this young love on a date reminded them of their courtship days. Another couple, in the midst of a… Read More The Date #FridayFotoFiction
Genre: Fiction, inspired by Mythology The Plot: Whenever there is a decline in righteousness and an upsurge in unrighteousness, at that time I take birth again – Lord Govind Born in the quiet village of Shambala, Kalki Hari, son of Vishyunath and Sumati has no idea about his heritage until he is pitted against tragedies… Read More #BookReview : Dharmayoddha Kalki-Book 1- by Kevin Missal
I grew up hearing my parents say, ‘Do good and good will happen to you’ among many other pearls of wisdom. In fact I heard this particular adage so many times that it has been tattooed in my mind, like a mantra. Of course my parents walked the talk as well, so naturally I did… Read More Do you Spring Clean your Thought Closet? #MayTivation
My Dear September, Could I start with saying I am so sorry to see you leave? While August was a terribly hectic month, you, September, were serene and sweet. I got plenty of rest, which I desperately needed to recover from the madness of the last few months. A while ago Bonobology a site… Read More My Dear September: A recap of the month gone by
FOMO or Fear Of Missing Out is a social anxiety characterized by a desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing. FOMO is also defined as a fear of regret, which may lead to a compulsive concern that one may miss out an opportunity for social interaction, a novel experience, profitable investment or… Read More Hello, FOMO!
Little Raju hid behind the tree in the temple courtyard and watched the old Zamindar strut in with his Grandson every evening. The villagers said that this young boy had come from far away, in a very big electric bird. Raju felt ashamed as he looked at himself. The grandson was just his age… Read More The Shoes #FridayFotoFiction
Experience the Magic of Goa in the Rains Goa is a place that evokes images of endless stretches of lovely beaches, palm trees swaying in the evening breeze, a vibrant and happening night life, and of course pulsating Goan music. However, come monsoon and Goa dons a different cloak altogether. The romance of Goa seems to… Read More A luxury Goan holiday in monsoon