The Marine Drive…

PC: Google Mumbai, the city of dreams and its numerous landmark locations have always been famous for their uniqueness. However my personal favourite has always been the long stretch of land beside the gigantic sea, the Marine Drive! It certainly in many ways has driven me crazy a lot many times. The skyscrapers beside the…

Book review of ‘A potpourri of Drabble’ by Harshita Nanda & Author Interview

Book Review Title of the Book: A potpourri of drabble Author’s Name: Harshita Nanda Available on: Blogchatter Website Format: E book About the¬†Author:¬† Harshita Nanda is an author, blogger who completed her engineering from the prestigious BITS, Pilani and worked as an Engineer before taking up her passion of writing more seriously and has recently…

An unforgettable experience

I had wanted to visit this place for such a long time and somehow my plan got disrupted every time. Either some emergency work would come up or I would suddenly fall sick and on some occasions, I would simply be unable to make the trip to this place. Then there was Covid lockdown and…

Maritime History of Odisha: A sneak peek

Learning can happen anytime and it becomes all the more fun when you enjoy it while on a leisure trip. Recently , I had a chance to visit the Odisha State Maritime Museum and I was amused by the knowledge that I gained. hence, I thought of documenting it all and present it as a…

Do we realize how serious is climate change?

While the heat wave continues in our country, we all are desperately waiting for the spell of monsoon rains to take away all the difficulties. The cycle and the timing of weather patterns are important and very vital for our survival. Imagine this cycle being disrupted to a level when our very existence becomes a…

Photo Album

I hurried towards my balcony and waved at Vivek & her fiance as they departed to their work-place after spending a week-long staycation with me. I stood on my balcony till I could see the car take the left turn and slowly vanish from my vision. The sun with its tangerine hues set slowly across…

Revisiting my memories with KK’s Songs- A tribute

I write this blog post today with a very heavy heart. We lost Krishnakumar Kunnath ( KK) today and this was the first news that I saw as I opened my eyes in the bed today! What is unfortunate was he was just 53 years old and was performing live in Kolkata for a concert….

The legal aspect of Climate Change wrt India

We as a race have been able to survive on Planet Earth, because of the sustainability that mother nature provides. When massive dinosaurs could easily be wiped out, it might so happen that we might be the next if the habitat that we stay, is ruined! And yet we, being the most rational species tend…

Do we want a world without the Giant Pandas?

Do you all remember the stuffed toys resembling the Panda that we used to have in our houses ? Children just adore those toys. And remember when we watch those series on our favourite animal documentary? I have always loved watching the Giant Panda. I sometimes wonder how do they even survive in the wild!…

Hello May

Hola my readers, it has been a long time since I have written my heart out and it feels claustrophobic, to be honest. The entire month of April was dedicated to writing Non-fiction ( I wrote each day about Indian women who made a mark in the field of science ). It was indeed an…

Zeal for excellence: Kamal Ranadive

She is a personification of zest & determination to make things happen. Kamal Ranadive devoted her entire life to Cancer Research and the advancement of science education. Addressed as ‘Bai‘ by her colleagues & juniors, she was a nationalist and a Karmayogi who believed in hard work and pursued excellence. She herself believed that anyone…