A Rainy Day Epiphany

If you are an avid book reader and looking for some honest reviews for the book you’ve been thinking on a rainy day with a warm cup of coffee. Check out The Quaint Reading Nook by Varnika Jain.

The Quaint Reading Nook

I believe the very first post on any blog should signify the reason for its being and the path it’s bound to take in the coming days. So here’s how, why and what for The Quaint Reading Nook came into existence –

[Now, I’ve already explained the rainy day epiphany that I had on my personal blog. So, I’m going to reproduce the same down below because this blog is the culmination of what started there, so please bear with me and read on.]

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​​Rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good book.” ― Bill Watterson, The Calvin and HobbesTenth Anniversary Book. 

And that is exactly what I did today. Because, obviously, I’d trust a Calvin and Hobbes advice with my life! (Does anyone else think that the comic strips cover a lot of deeply profound, existentialist issues, or…

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Candle in the room

He sits in the room, shrouded in darkness. He sits cross legged in the centre. The room lays barren, with no wall hangings or furniture in sight. Blinds pulled down and the doors shut.  He sits facing a candle in the room, his eyes catching the gleaming aura it emits.  He watches the candle burning … Continue reading Candle in the room

Of hearts and stars

Have you ever looked at someone and felt like you've known them all your life? Have you felt their touch so warm that it calms all your storms Have you ever seen them smile and felt your world lighten up Or when they laugh, Thor Almighty there couldn't have been a sight that would enthrall … Continue reading Of hearts and stars

Summer of ’17 – #1

Been almost a month since I graduated with a Masters Degree from NJIT. For the past two weeks, I had been touring the different cities of US of A with my parents who had flown in from India. Having been holed up in New Jersey, and Newark of all cities, my folks visiting and us … Continue reading Summer of ’17 – #1

A boy in the shadows

He sat in the common hall of his play-school. Looking around, watching the rising columns and other kids running around. Laughing, eating their lunch. He sat in the middle of all the chaos not affected by the development around. Over the years, he made friends. Not many by any amount. For he didn't interact much, … Continue reading A boy in the shadows

Graduation

This Tuesday, on the morning of May 16, I graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology with a Masters of Science degree. My two years at NJIT have taught me a lot. Not only about technology and science, but also about how to be an adult in this wide world. My achievement, I dedicate it to … Continue reading Graduation

A Palace under the Sun

He said, she said, and then there was love. -Ingeniousopinion You're my kingdom and I'll forever wear the crown and look after you. You're my queen ruling my heart, I'll bring the world to you. You're my wolf, I'll lick your wounds, nourish you, hunt those who seek to hurt you. Never to be hurt … Continue reading A Palace under the Sun

A Conundrum for Millenials

Generation X (n). the generation typically perceived to be disaffected and directionless. Yup you read that right. That is exactly the meaning attached with what people perceive the Generation X to be. I am 23 years old, I belong with the Millennials and I couldn't agree more with the above definition. My claims might probably be … Continue reading A Conundrum for Millenials