Review | The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald

#QOTD – What happens when a couple realizes after their marriage that they were never in love, but it was merely an infatuation? How long does an infatuation last? And what happens once it fades away? Do we just adjust to the expectations of the society and remain in a loveless marriage? I think most of us have been taught to do just that. It … Continue reading Review | The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Delhi Moments | Ram Laddoo Ki Jai!

Delhi’s street food is incomplete without having Ram Laddoos! It is delicious and lip smacking, is readily available and easy on the pocket. It is basically fried pakodas made from moong dal or chana dal batter, served topped with tangy and spicy chutneys and laced with grated daikon radish. And the deep-fried batter-coated green chillies is an added spicy bonus! Ram ladoo is one of my favorite … Continue reading Delhi Moments | Ram Laddoo Ki Jai!

Review | Twelfth Night by Shakespeare

#QOTD – Are you guilty of gender biasness and stereotyping? Biasness and stereotyping is something that most of us do it unconsciously or sometimes consciously. We try not to do it but are we always successful? I have rejected pink because it is a girl’s colour. I have judged my husband when I saw that he couldn’t open a jar lid, whereas I could. I … Continue reading Review | Twelfth Night by Shakespeare

Review | The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams

#QOTD – When was the last time you used a traditional dictionary? I don’t even remember not Googling a word meaning! Before I came across this book, it never occurred to me all that went into compiling the Oxford or any other dictionary. It has always been there, and I never thought as to how it came to be. I think we just took for … Continue reading Review | The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams

Review | The Flight of the Falcon by Daphne du Maurier

#QOTD – Who is your favourite author? I know this is a difficult question to answer, but I adore the writing of Daphne du Maurier. She blends suspense, moving description and psychological intrigue in a way that few other writers can. The Flight of the Falcon is not one of her more acclaimed works, but as it is coming from my favourite author, I couldn’t … Continue reading Review | The Flight of the Falcon by Daphne du Maurier