Category: Opinions

I have an opinion on the Movies that I see and the Books that I read. As a gizmo freak, I love sharing my experiences with different gadgets . And as a regular shopper, I like to make my opinions known on the different brands available in the market. Participating in Blog Hops is another of my passions and this is the place where I file my posts in the various blog hops that I link up with.

MILLENIALS & BABIES, Opinions

Another grey Monday #MondayMusings

Today is another grey day. While I enjoy the overcast sky in the middle of the day, the ambivalent sunshine leaves me stressed – Should I or should I not carry an umbrella? Should I or should I not wear a sari? Should I or should I not venture out at all ? I can’t …

MILLENIALS & BABIES, Opinions

Makebelieve out of a Box #FridayReflections

She cautiously set her cup on the table and watched the melee in front of her. The three of them were playing a game of Pirates. Luckily none of them had known the horrors of a ship being attacked by pirates but for them, the story of Peppa and the Pirates was one that inspired …

LIFESTYLE, Opinions

Freedom & Independence Day

Image for Freedom and Independence

Tomorrow we celebrate our 72nd year of Independence. Tomorrow I will get at least 40 messages wishing me Happy Independence Day. But what does Independence Day  really mean? For most of us, living under colonial rule is just something we read about in history books. But for many people it is a reality they’d rather …

Blogadda, Opinions

My last day on earth #Write Over the Weekend

Today is my last day on earth. I am relieved. I am happy and just waiting to die. After living every day to the fullest, I have had a satisfying life. There are things that remain unsaid, Jobs that remain undone, places that remain unvisited, books that are unread, people whom I wanted to meet, …

Opinions

From the Smiling Buddha to Shakti

Geography lesson class 8 : We are learning about the different climatic regions of India and  Mrs.Karat intones .” the Thar Desert is an arid wasteland also known as The Great Indian Desert. It also forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan, ” and thwack a piece of chalk falls on Baldie’s desk as …