Book Review- Animal Farm By George Orwell

Animal Farm By George Orwell- All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others. Finished this book in a day..yes it’s that good (and obviously short too). This book was published in 1945 and said to be based on Russian Revolution of 1917. Though the book published in 1945 but it’s still…

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Musafir by Bashir Badra

Musafir by Bashir Badra I am a big shayari fan and I like Basheer Badra’s realistic approach from quite long time. I wanted to explore more of his work hence settled with this one. Coming to this book I really enjoyed reading it especially the first half. Most of his famous 2 liners are in…

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Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur- Quick Book Review

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur Let me tell you a story Sorry a poem… So what’s poetry Simply a rhyme Or a short expression Its disturbing (book) It gives hope It let you feel n heal Write down whatever you feel Short or long Just go on You never know when it becomes a…

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Heroines- Powerful Indian Women of Myth and History by Ira Mukhoty

Heroines- Powerful Indian Women of Myth and History by Ira Mukhoty I came to know about writer Ira Mukhoty when one of my known recommended me to read Daughters of the sun. So when I got the Kindle version of Daughters of the Sun I thought to check other books of Ira Mukhoty that time…

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The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni This book was in my wishlist from long. Last year when I wanted to read this I ended up reading Karna’s Wife by Kavita Kane. And I loved that book may be because I totally adore Karna’s character. The most mystical man (I think I need to…

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Book Review – Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

I wanted to read a good quick read book. So I chose this one. This book was first published in year 1922, it’s almost like a century back. But when you read the book you will not feel much difference. Except for the technology part rest emotions and feelings are same. I chose this book…

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