Hi friends! Marathi is a beautiful language and although it isn’t my mother tongue I’ve loved and learned it from school days. Thanks to my lovely neighbours, I have quite a few famous titles at my disposal to read too. However, apart from essays and letters I never ventured into writing anything in Marathi for fear… Read More My first Marathi poem ~ Bhijle Paavsat Mi
Travel means different things to different people. Some see it as a window to explore a whole new world, some consider it a learning experience while some treat it as an escape from mundane life. It makes us humble enough to realise that the universe is too vast to discover within a lifetime. Luckily, been… Read More My Picture-Perfect Moment: Sunrise with Dad
When I started my first blog on Blogger 13 years ago it was more or less an online personal diary. I wrote anonymously and loved the freedom it gave me to express, interact and occasionally rant. Varsh became my pen name and my husband and toddler son with their numerous histrionics regularly featured on it.… Read More Scribblings in my Personal Diary
Grey hair at the roots, a hint of crow feet, a body that has seen better shape, loose fitting clothes and a permanent resigned expression is something I often associated with the 40s women growing up. Judge me for it but back in the day women, even working ones, paid scarce attention to themselves. Many… Read More Stepping into 40s and all that jazz
Hello everyone! As part of Blogchatter’s Ebook Carnival I’m happy to share a travel book review for one of my dear blogger friend, Vartika Mehrotra Gakhar. About the book This book is a collection of personal travel tales of the author. It includes experiences that range from fun and romantic to at times dark and… Read More Book Review: Travel, My Way A Travelogue by Vartika Mehrotra Gakhar #BlogchatterEbook
Have you ever struggled with your pen or stared at a blank screen when the ideas in your mind just won’t let you rest? There’s so much to say but no word comes out right and no expression seems genuine. Every poem inside you remains unwritten and unsaid. I have, and trust me it’s the… Read More The poem that I wrote, and didn’t
Today is one of those days when my super active mind is trying to string together loads of seemingly unrelated but certainly relevant stuff. We cannot function keeping different aspects of our existence independent of each other, can we? What influences us on one front has a lasting effect on the rest of us too.… Read More Positive people make a difference!