“Child is the father of man” ~ William Wordsworth. I can still clearly recall how animatedly George Sir, our English teacher in school, explained the meaning of this beautiful idiom to us. Although my amateur mind couldn’t entirely fathom the deep meaning hidden behind those words back then, I’m fairly certain that now I can.… Read More How to address Mental Health of senior citizens in India #CauseAChatter
2021 has been a good year for reading so far. I’ve consciously decided to explore new genres and read some brilliant new authors. My book collection has seen a steady inflow of interesting titles and it doesn’t seem to slow down anytime soon. My book review today is for one of my recent fascinating reads,… Read More Book Review: The Boundaries of Sanity by Mira Saraf
“Are you a feminist?” a friend asked me when I was in college. I didn’t know what it meant back then and am not exactly certain even now. However, I candidly answered that I believe in women standing up for them and owning their identity. Any other definition of feminism is perhaps agenda-driven. Since then… Read More Are you teaching gender-based trust or distrust? #CauseAChatter
Blogging has evolved exponentially over the last few years paving way for many brilliant closet writers to become published authors. It has given voice to social causes, become a bankable career choice while giving bloggers a personal space and platform to express themselves. However, a blog is no more than a personal diary until it… Read More Why your blog deserves the #MyFriendAlexa experience!
Hello, readers! Hope you’re all keeping safe at home. Thanks to #BookChatter, I’m doing a book review after quite a while although I’ve consumed many a books of late. Ringa Ringa Roses by Neil D’Silva is my first venture in the horror genre and I’m excited to share my thoughts with you. About the book Ringa… Read More Book Review: Ringa Ringa Roses #BookChatter