At my mother’s, we live on the second floor while there is a quiet hardly-there Maharashtrian family that lives on the 6th floor. The apartments are placed such that their kitchen and ours are facing each other, albeit at different levels. Uncle, Aunty, a son and a daughter make their family. Their children are both… Read More Sneezing Aunty
After meeting and interacting with author Ravi Subramanian, I was quite excited to read and review this book. His shift from churning out Banking thrillers one after another to something about ‘Love. Betrayal. Redemption.’,as the tag line suggests, seemed like an interesting read. The story is about Aditya Kapoor, an IIM-B alumnus, a banker… Read More Book Review: The Bestseller She Wrote
Ever since I graduated from my Nokia 1100 to smart and smarter phones, one thing that took more effort and time than anything else was uploading music on my phone. It was and is a lot of fun to select and unselect songs depending upon my mood. Although every few days I take time out… Read More My Playlist Pick
There was a time when taking kids out for shopping was a task in itself. I remember carrying (and I still do) a whole snack-pack with me even when the list wrapped up in single digits. If getting them interested and ready wasn’t challenging enough, there was always the fear and embarrassment of a full… Read More Add to cart, Mom! 🙂
I always look forward to Indiblogger meets. Not only are they very well organised and chalked out, the by-now familiar smiling faces that never let the planning fatigue show and the zealous blogging community that is abundantly in attendance every time, make them an interesting platform for exchange of ideas and getting inspiration. If this… Read More Chhota Bheem has come to town!