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Book Reviews

The Outsiders

The world of Ponyboy Curtis consists of two kinds of people: The greasers and the Socs. Who is this boy with a weird name? He is the narrator of the book ‘The Outsiders’, written by S.E.Hinton in the year 1967. The book is about two teenage rival gangs, as told …

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Art Beat

A prince among musicians, a musician among princes

If one would go on to ask general Indian historians about how the first half of the 19th century was? they would say that it was perhaps a very gloomy period or as they call it was the period when the ‘British Raj’was beginning to tighten its grip on many …

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Book Reviews

From Software to Stories !

With about 12,535 followers on Facebook this young author’s Tamil books, are doing rounds online and almost 2000 copies have been sold out within a couple of years. Manobharathi, an IT graduate from Anna University is an upcoming writer who is currently shining bright in the success beam of his …

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Art Beat

A penny for your art

Myna Kakar was just a little girl when she discovered her love for art. Inspired by the art magazines that her father (a doctor) got from a pharmaceutical company, she practiced her drawing skills by replicating them. Born and brought up in Amritsar (a city in the northwestern Indian state of …

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Poetry

Let me fade….

Wilting like trees, screaming in pain It is a never-ending feeling of disbelief Trauma, ignominy, and tribulation Replaced happiness, strength, and relief   In darkness, a life hovers The chances of survival seem bleak My spirit seems stranded in wooden coffers   My soul seems to have given up on …

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Book Reviews

Indian authors nailed it!

The most ubiquitous question now a days asked by every bibliomaniac is good books to read. In a plethora of books, its tough to segregate and find the best. Abundant books have been written catering to different genres – be it motivation, relationships, success and others. Some great authors have …

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Book Reviews

Shooting the Breeze with Savi Sharma

“Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone is a writer, some are written in the books and some are confined to hearts.”  This particular quote should definitely make you want to drop everything and read the book “Everyone Has a Story” penned down by Savi Sharma. I recently interviewed her …

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Poetry

An Assassin

Cut in the eyebrow, scar unlined the body. He ran through in his mind, the focus embellishing with every pint. His eyes were sharp as a diamond, Hands could be mistaken for a miner’s, Bowling in the dale of menace, The only terror to him was fright itself. There was …

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Poetry

Naturalism

It’s flow starts from the down, feeding on every last tissue it can pin, this is gettig hard, I can barely borne its fire. Feeling lost, brooding aloud, take it away, take it away, I am afraid to feel the pull it draws. It’s seeding inside me, growing too speedily. …

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Poetry

The Girl Who Wouldn’t Drown

Because there is a world hidden inside us all, that only shows up in the hours of dark. What is that dark for you mate? Is it beautiful or foul as a hate? Either ways, lets play along with its game. Can you feel it passing through the shore of …

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