We reached Jaipur around one in the afternoon. At the station we had a bus waiting to take us to the hotel. We quickly loaded our luggage into the bus and seated ourselves in the bus. My tour of Rajasthan was officially about to begin. Our tour guide handed each of us small booklets on… Continue reading The Desert Triangle: Jaipur
All set with bags packed we waited for our cab to take us to the station. It was around two in the afternoon. We stood under a tree to protect us from the sharp December sun. As soon as he arrived we loaded up the car and were all set for our adventure. The entire… Continue reading The Desert Triangle Series: Rajasthan
This is the story of how a Baggins had an adventure, and found himself doing and saying thins altogether unexpected. The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkein is a fantastic tale of adventure and friendship. Written as a prequel to the Lord Of the Ring series, the book follows the story of one Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit… Continue reading The Hobbit – JRR Tolkien
When I first heard that JK Rowling was working on an eighth story I couldn't believe my ears. I grew up during the Potter phenomenon and this was definitely news I wanted to hear. Especially after the ending of book 7, where we were given a look at the next generation. I had dreams that… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Exploring the 8th story
To my dear twenty-somethings, It's okay. Everything will be alright. I know, I am going through it too. We have all read the articles online "things you should be doing in your twenties" or "things you should do before you graduate", and as helpful as the author may want to seem,they only write to their… Continue reading Dear Twenty-Somethings
Blogging has always been my mode of escape from the real world. Whenever I feel hounded or disturbed over something I open up my laptop and type out my thoughts. Sometimes they may be my opinions of something I read online or in the newspapers, at other times I type out a review of the… Continue reading I blog because…
I first came across the term "Urban Poor" in a Buzzfeed article online about a month or so ago. At first I related it to the homeless poor or those living in the urban slums that dot the city. Because they are the "urban poor" aren't they? Not according to the article. The article explained… Continue reading Urban poor?
A war that lasts a hundred years. A plague that ravages a continent. A rivalry that could destroy everything. World Without End is a historical novel by Ken Follett set between the years 1327-1361, England. It is a sequel to his previous book "The Pillars of the Earth" and takes place in the same fictional… Continue reading World Without End – Ken Follett
Just a list of things that the Harry Potter universe needs. Because 7 books and 8 movies are not enough for me. Agree with me or not? 1. Mauraders Okay, so I LOVE the idea of getting a back story of Hogwarts during the Mauraders period. Who wouldn’t? I need to see the friendship between… Continue reading Harry Potter: I want more!
It was late in the evening. Her legs trembled under her as she felt the sudden weight of the days events on her shoulders. She was tired. Only a few more minutes and her train would be here. Her heart said that she would faint but her brain kept reminding her that she will be… Continue reading The Journey Home