Sitting near the window, she could feel the autumnal breeze. The fainting sun was illuminating the snow-capped mountains creating an amber colored pearl necklace. The myrrh of the apricot scented roses on the trellis served a reminder of the days … Continue reading Rose on Trellis
Almost two decades ago, my father gifted me, ‘The God of Small Things’ written by Arundhati Roy. The book was immensely popular, a copy was peeping out of every prominent window of the bookstores or was happily waving at you … Continue reading Zindagi ki Talkhiyaan (The Bitter Life)
“Sister is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship.” Margaret Mead I don’t have a sister. And to be honest, I am quite jealous of sisters. I miss … Continue reading Sisterly Love and Novels
‘Every woman should have four pets in her life….a mink in her closet, a jaguar in her garage, a tiger in her bed, and a jackass who pays for everything.’ These words by Paris Hilton best possibly describe the fashionable … Continue reading Tales of Socialites
Winter is yet to unfold its grey and dreary sky entirely, but the mood has already started falling. You don’t want to go out and just want to hibernate in a cozy blanket on your armchair. Winter is a perfect … Continue reading Stay warm, Stay cozy with Murder Mysteries
“People who love to eat are always the best people,” said Julia Child. I believe people who read and eat are the best people. I have a soulful connection with both food and reading. Cooking wholesome, delicious food calms my … Continue reading First We Read and Then We Feast
Are you the one who is tired of hearing words like overweight, on the heavy side, plus sized and chubby? I didn’t use the word fat. No, I didn’t. I can never use this word. Are those buttery, flaky, nutty … Continue reading A Nonfat Latte and a Fiction, please!