Monthly Archives: November 2013

Asura: Tale of the vanquished reader

I had picked up ‘Asura: the tale of the vanquished’ by Anand Neelakantan with a lot of expectations. What drew me towards it was the version of the so called ‘villian’ of a story or the ‘anti-hero’ as it is … Continue reading

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Saachin! Saaachin!…a heartfelt tribute to the legend

This cry will ring in my ears forever, one chant which was globally heard whenever the legend walked on to the field with his willow in hand. Towards the end of his last cricket test match the eyes grew teary … Continue reading

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My rational ration

My eyes lit up when I saw a post from a friend on Facebook. “Tickets of Sachin’s last match available with me. Not able to make it for Day 1 anyone willing to buy?” I was so thrilled I shot … Continue reading

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Who am I?

Who am I?, wondered the aimless cloud, Floating away in the blue sky, Scalded by the harsh sun, cooled by the gentle breeze, Sometimes moving west, sometimes the east, Where do I head? Where do I belong?, What do I … Continue reading

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My two cents on The Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi –

I have been a Lord Shiv fan since a while now. He is one of the coolest gods from the millions we have. So when I stumbled upon the link of the very first promo video of this trilogy some … Continue reading

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