To improve our life, first of all we need to identify the area which needs to be worked on. Without knowing our weaknesses we can't strengthen them. Similarly, without identifying the pitfalls in our language skills we would not be able to polish it to our liking. English is not a single blob of cheese… Continue reading How to improve your English?
Now, if you are someone who has a good command over the English language or someone who wants to have a good command over it then you already know the role good English skills play in your life and you will agree with whatever I've to say. But if you are someone who thinks that… Continue reading Benefits Of Improving Your English
Hello, lovely people! How is August treating you? I hope it's not that bad, and you are doing fine. It has been too long since I spilled my beans regarding what I have been up to lately. Hence, this newsletter. Honestly, a lot have been going on in my mind regarding what I want to… Continue reading August Musings
What happens when you stop recognizing the person who was born into your hands, whom you have known your entire life? What happens when every step in his direction puts another set of hundred miles in between, distancing you even further than you already were? How do you keep your heart in one piece when… Continue reading Washed Blood
Namaste lovely people! How are you doing lately? In all honesty, the monsoon over here has triggered my cravings further and has left me in the mood for some lip-smacking savory goodness. Hence, here I am sharing another fabulous dish from my homeland. Today's dish is Samosa. It is a fried or baked pastry with… Continue reading Minimalist Indian Cooking: Samosas
I wish I could flyto the end of my timeand look for a perfect Julywith cool winds and sunshineand tea parties under the blue skyuninhibited laughs with some winea loved gathering and no good byedancing together under the moonshineinto my perfect July
One day, I will come out of my cocoon,my transformation will be my boon.With the new strong wings I will fly,like a caterpillar turned into a butterfly.
Hey fellas! Due to the lock-down, all foodies, like me, are having a tough time dealing with their cravings. We can't eat afford to eat outside without putting our life at risk, as a result of which many of us have gone to the age old primary way i.e. #Cook at Home. While it may… Continue reading Minimalist Indian Cooking: Gulab Jamun
Writing resources for all the writers and poets for the month of May'2020.
Here comes the end of this wonderful ride, the end of NaPoWriMo 2020 poetry contest hosted by dear John of Jar of Poetry. Thanks and a big round of applause for him for making this month special. This week's prompt was "Your Last Poem". Here's my entry for the same. As all my leaves wither… Continue reading Apology