Welcome to the first monthly post of the IWSG for the year 2020 and a very Happy New Year! The awesome co-hosts for the January 8 posting of the IWSG are T.Powell Coltrin [ http://journalingwoman.blogspot.com/ ] Victoria Marie Lees [http://victoriamarielees.blogspot.com/ ] Stephen Tremp [ http://authorstephentremp.blogspot.com/ ] Renee Scattergood [ https://reneescattergood.com/%E2%80%9Dtarget= ] J.H. Moncrieff [ https://www.jhmoncrieff.com/ … Continue reading #IWSG- January 2020 [My Writing Journey]
Deepika Padukone has been in the news for Chhapak which releases on 10 January. The movie is based on the life of Laxmi Agarwal who is an acid attack survivor and how she rebuilds her life post the horrific incidence. It was almost twenty years ago that I first heard of an acid attack when … Continue reading Scars Remain (Reading You Beneath Your Skin by Damyanti Biswas)
With gratitude for being a part of my writing journey in 2019. Hope to see you around more. Wish you all wonderful #New #Beginnings! Happy 2020!
For a conventionally non-mathematics person, watching “The Man Who Knew Infinity” was itself a challenge. The movie based on the life of Srinivas Ramanujan, the great Indian Mathematician, was part of the boy’s holiday assignment and it spilled over to being a family watch. (Image Source) Ramanujan was born on 22 December, 1887 (his birthday … Continue reading The Man Who Knew Infinity
शिमला की गर्मियां गर्मियों जैसी होती ही कहाँ है। सूरज बेशक सर चढ़ के बोले, शाम की शीतल बयार पहाडों में होने का एहसास दिला ही देती है। ऐसे में 1984 की गर्मियों की एक शाम याद है। एक छोटी सी लड़की नीली हरी फ़्रॉक में अपने पापा के पीछे दौड़ रही थी। उसके पापा … Continue reading टी वी की याद में…
Meera was in class 4 when a teacher called out her name for an audition for the play “Peter Rabbit”. She was short and slightly plump with red cheeks and a glint of naughtiness in her eyes. By the looks of it, she seemed cut out for the role. And well, luckily, it landed in … Continue reading Is Talent Overrated?
Pratap Chand sat on his heels, watching the shrinking lake surrounded by weeds. Two fluffy little rabbits had their eyes set on him, as the three together soaked up the sun, or maybe, the verdant green meadow. We had reached Khajiaar early in the morning when local business was just beginning to brew, and had … Continue reading A Green Meadow and a Tale