Piku movie review 2015 hindi

Piku (2015)

We are never keen about watching movies in theaters and it requires a special kind of determination from my part to make it happen. Even then TH needs to persuaded gently and then the prospect of leaving/taking the kiddos will need to be discussed and decided. So to avoid all these troubles, we usually choose… Read more »

Mandate: Will of the People by Vir Sanghvi

Mandate: Will of The People by Vir Sanghvi

Mandate : Will of the People by Vir Sanghvi is 156 pages long and that is both the best and worst thing about this book. I may never agreed to read and review this book if it was a big book, especially considering that most of non-fiction acts like sleeping pills for me. The small… Read more »

Family life by akhil sharma

Family Life by Akhil Sharma

Literary Awards Folio Prize for Fiction (2015) Family Life found a place in my reading list when I read a few raving reviews about it on few of my favorite book blogs . I was determined to track down a copy and read it when I get a chance. There were innumerable occasions when I… Read more »

The House that BJ Built by Anuja Chauhan Cover Selection B

The House That BJ Built – Cover Selection

The next book to create a buzz in the book reading community of India is the much awaited sequel to  Anuja Chauhan’s Those Pricey Thakur Girls, and it definitely deserves all that hype. Those Pricey Thakur Girls by Anuja Chauhan – Book Review I just loved ‘Those Pricey Thakur Girls’ (TPTG) and has been waiting… Read more »

Sherlock Holmes, The Missing YEars Japan by Vasudev Murthy

Sherlock Holmes, The Missing Years: Japan

It’s 1893. King Kamehameha III of Hawaii declares Sovereignty Restoration Day … Tension grows between China and Japan over Korea … The Bengal Famine worsens … A brilliant scientist in Calcutta challenges the system … The senior priest at Kyoto’s Kinkaku-ji temple is found dead in mysterious circumstances. Dr John H. Watson receives a strange… Read more »

Us by David Nicholls book cover

Wordless Wednesday #5

I don’t have much time at hand to write any lengthy posts or book reviews right now. So I thought I will keep some activity going here by posting this book cover for this week’s Wordless Wednesday. Have anyone read this one? Did you like it? I read just 50 pages of this book, so… Read more »

Chasing the Sun by Natalia Sylvester book cover

Chasing the Sun by Natalia Sylvester

Andres suspects his wife has left him—again. Then he learns that the unthinkable has happened: she’s been kidnapped. Set in Lima, Peru, in a time of civil and political unrest, this evocative page-turner is a perfect marriage of domestic drama and suspense. Too much time and too many secrets have come between Andres and Marabela,… Read more »

Lean In - Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg

Wordless Wednesday #4

Today I have a book picture for today’s Wordless Wednesdays.I had talked about Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In my Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing This Year. I promptly ordered this one few days later. I read a few pages and this book looks like a great read!

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

How do you solve a crime when you can’t remember the clues? Maud is forgetful. She makes a cup of tea and doesn’t remember to drink it. She goes to the shops and forgets why she went. Back home she finds the place horribly unrecognizable – just like she sometimes thinks her daughter Helen is… Read more »

Wall Painting Idea. In Bangalore

Wordless Wednesday #3

I saw this wall painting many times during the last few weeks, but it never felt anything extra-ordinary until one evening. The sun rays in the late evening were highlighting the colors so beautifully. Now the question – who did this? I don’t know. Few of the residents in the umpteen apartments in the neighborhood… Read more »

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  • Piku movie review 2015 hindi

    Piku (2015)

    We are never keen about watching movies in theaters and it requires a special kind of determination from my part to make it happen. Even then TH needs to persuaded gently and then the prospect of leaving/taking the kiddos will need to be discussed and decided. So to avoid all these troubles, we usually choose… Read more »

  • Mandate: Will of the People by Vir Sanghvi

    Mandate: Will of The People by Vir Sanghvi

    Mandate : Will of the People by Vir Sanghvi is 156 pages long and that is both the best and worst thing about this book. I may never agreed to read and review this book if it was a big book, especially considering that most of non-fiction acts like sleeping pills for me. The small… Read more »

  • Family life by akhil sharma

    Family Life by Akhil Sharma

    Literary Awards Folio Prize for Fiction (2015) Family Life found a place in my reading list when I read a few raving reviews about it on few of my favorite book blogs . I was determined to track down a copy and read it when I get a chance. There were innumerable occasions when I… Read more »

  • The House that BJ Built by Anuja Chauhan Cover Selection B

    The House That BJ Built – Cover Selection

    The next book to create a buzz in the book reading community of India is the much awaited sequel to  Anuja Chauhan’s Those Pricey Thakur Girls, and it definitely deserves all that hype. Those Pricey Thakur Girls by Anuja Chauhan – Book Review I just loved ‘Those Pricey Thakur Girls’ (TPTG) and has been waiting… Read more »

  • Sherlock Holmes, The Missing YEars Japan by Vasudev Murthy

    Sherlock Holmes, The Missing Years: Japan

    It’s 1893. King Kamehameha III of Hawaii declares Sovereignty Restoration Day … Tension grows between China and Japan over Korea … The Bengal Famine worsens … A brilliant scientist in Calcutta challenges the system … The senior priest at Kyoto’s Kinkaku-ji temple is found dead in mysterious circumstances. Dr John H. Watson receives a strange… Read more »

  • Us by David Nicholls book cover

    Wordless Wednesday #5

    I don’t have much time at hand to write any lengthy posts or book reviews right now. So I thought I will keep some activity going here by posting this book cover for this week’s Wordless Wednesday. Have anyone read this one? Did you like it? I read just 50 pages of this book, so… Read more »

  • Chasing the Sun by Natalia Sylvester book cover

    Chasing the Sun by Natalia Sylvester

    Andres suspects his wife has left him—again. Then he learns that the unthinkable has happened: she’s been kidnapped. Set in Lima, Peru, in a time of civil and political unrest, this evocative page-turner is a perfect marriage of domestic drama and suspense. Too much time and too many secrets have come between Andres and Marabela,… Read more »

  • Lean In - Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg

    Wordless Wednesday #4

    Today I have a book picture for today’s Wordless Wednesdays.I had talked about Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In my Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing This Year. I promptly ordered this one few days later. I read a few pages and this book looks like a great read!

  • Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

    Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

    How do you solve a crime when you can’t remember the clues? Maud is forgetful. She makes a cup of tea and doesn’t remember to drink it. She goes to the shops and forgets why she went. Back home she finds the place horribly unrecognizable – just like she sometimes thinks her daughter Helen is… Read more »

  • Wall Painting Idea. In Bangalore

    Wordless Wednesday #3

    I saw this wall painting many times during the last few weeks, but it never felt anything extra-ordinary until one evening. The sun rays in the late evening were highlighting the colors so beautifully. Now the question – who did this? I don’t know. Few of the residents in the umpteen apartments in the neighborhood… Read more »