Category: Art & Culture

From Housewife to Wordsmith: Overcoming Obstacles to Embrace the Author Within

Hey Readers, Check out the story of a homemaker to an author of Rashmi KaushikIn the quiet humdrum of  daily life as  a  housewife, I found myself yearning for a creative outlet, a way to express the thoughts and stories that had been brewing in my mind for years. Despite facing obstacles such as self-doubt and societal expectations, I made […]

Integrating Vedic Wisdom into Policy and Practice to Nurture Global Equity

Gauranga Das Prabhu, Director Govardhan Ecovillage delves into how incorporating Vedic knowledge, which emphasizes the importance of food and unity, might transform policy to promote global fairness. Recognizing food as a fundamental aspect of life and adopting the Vasudeva Kutumbakam principle – the world as one family – paves the way for a more just and inclusive society. In today’s interconnected world, the […]

Seasoned Author of Multiple Crime thrillers| Dr. Ruby Gupta

Dr Ruby Gupta is an award-winning bestselling author who initially chose to study science, then switched to creative writing, dabbled in journalism, was awarded two gold medals for English literature, earned a PhD and thereafter joined the world of academics.  She was honoured as the International Writer-in-Residence at the International Agatha Christie Festival in Torquay, Devon, England in Sep 2022. Her conspiracy thriller The […]

Orion’s Call

As the stars flowered upon the evening ether,And the moon illumined fair Andromeda’s faceOrion called to me, in a hushed, godly whisper,So toward him I trod, in lovely moonlit grace! We paced round heaven, and like starry spirits moved,  Of my humanity, no one could ever tell!Until my mortality, did itself come prove,And I  like Icarus, […]

What Is Jaap Mala?

A Jaap Mala, often simply referred to as a Mala, is a string of beads traditionally used in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism for meditation and prayer. The term “Jaap” refers to the act of repeating or chanting prayers, mantras, or the name of a divine figure, while “Mala” means garland in Sanskrit. Hence, a Jaap Mala […]

Exploring the Literary Landscape: Women Authors in the Spotlight, 2024

We’re springing into 2024; there’s so much that’s kept us upbeat thus far; weather, the upcoming election and Mr Modi’s yatras, the internet, Deepika-Ranveer’s baby, Raha’s first appearance for the paps, the Ambani-Merchant pre-wedding lockdown and unusual heat some parts of our country saw. But to remain literate is an important human job, so we bring us back to books that […]

English Hinglish | Ritu Soni Bhagat

Ritu Soni Bhagat is a well-established name in the field of education. A postgraduate in English literature and with a B.Ed degree, Ritu has extensive experience teaching English language and literature to secondary and senior secondary students in schools like D.P.S. and Holy Child Convent School. Ritu also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Broadcasting Arts from Y.W.C.A.     Ritu has […]

Monica Saigal (Bhide) – A Culinary Maestro and Inspiring Voice

Monica Saigal (Bhide), stands as a luminary in both the spheres of storytelling and food writing, and is now out with her 12th book, A Kiss in Kashmir: A Timeless Tale of Love. Her narrative prowess, reminiscent of Nicholas Sparks, promises a captivating exploration of late-blooming love and second chances against the serene backdrop of […]

Turiya (Mamta Chander) – Bridging Eastern Philosophy and Mysticism Through Poetry

Exploring Inner Landscapes: Turiya’s ‘The Vast Empty‘ Guides Readers on a Meditative Journey of Self-Discovery Turiya’s collection of poetry, “The Vast Empty,” is a captivating journey into the depths of human emotion and introspection. With 65 beautifully crafted poems, the book serves as a guide for readers on a meditative exploration of their inner selves. […]

Harini Srinivasan – Shadows and Secrets – The Pataliputra Conspiracy

Former Civil Servant turned Author Harini Srinivasan writes her murders in the Gupta period: Shadows and Secrets – The Pataliputra Conspiracy Harini Srinivasan, a former civil servant turned historical writer, returns with her latest in the historical murder mysteries that she sets in the Gupta period called Shadows and Secrets – The Pataliputra Conspiracy (TreeShade […]

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