This is the book review of Sundari Venkatraman’s book, The Malhotra Bride. Head over to Ishithaa to discover more book review posts.
Dad can never understand the reason why I have so many bags. He is amused that each of them is of a different shape and colour, but he does not understand that each bag has a different purpose and not every bag can be taken everywhere.
Shh.. I am your friend, you said Don’t make noise, you said Shout and I will kill you Scream, no one will believe, you said Words of yours, Fueling my fear Making me afraid Pushing deeper into the darkness The games you play, and you say it is love. Linking this with #WednesdayVerses as I …
It Happens is written by Karan Sharma and this is the book review of the book It Happens. For more such interesting book reviews, head over to Ishithaa.
Laughter they say is the medicine for all ailments. What about those who cannot cry? What does the world make of them? Read on Ishithaa.
Often we talk about the first step and the difficulty in taking the first step towards following our dreams. How do you overcome the hurdles on your path?
How often does a new day come Announcing an year Turning a new leaf tomorrow Change yourself For opinions that do not matter For voices that needn’t be heard For hands that pull you down For people who will never approve Look at you, in the mirror Smiling bright, the light In your eyes shining …
How has 2017 been for you, did the year that was meet your expectations?
This is the Review of the book Lean In To Relationships by Rishabh Jhol.