Binge Watch Review: The Night Of


Binge Watch Review, TV Series

Year: 2016 Genre: American Crime Drama miniseries No. of seasons: 1 No. of episodes: 8 IMDB rating: 8.6/10 ‘The Night Of’ is an American crime drama miniseries directed by Steven Zaillian and James Marsh based on a 2008 British series names Criminal Justice. The series is based in real time New York and deals with life […]

July 19, 2018

It’s Time to Grow Up 90’s Kids


My Musings

I was born in 1993 which makes me a 90’s kid. Everyday I see at least 10 images or links bringing back the television, film, sport and other nostalgic memories from my childhood. I feel happy and linger in my nostalgia for a while when I read or see such things. But I have noticed […]

October 3, 2017

Movie Review: A Billion Colour Story


Movies

I was born during the post Babri Masjid Hindu-Muslim riots in Thane. We were among the few Hindu families who were living in the Muslim populated area of the city. I was brought up in a secular atmosphere and even today I live my life with the same thought of secularism and unity. One of […]

August 20, 2017

Festivals of India: Tarnetar Fair, Gujarat


Festivals of India, Travel

India is a diverse nation. Everyday people are celebrating something in various parts of this huge nation. We know about many religious and cultural festivals but have very basic (in many cases none) knowledge about the art themed fairs & festivals celebrated across the country along with some traditional religious festivals which are pulling many […]

June 17, 2017

Festivals of India: Kerala Boat Race


Festivals of India, Travel

India is a diverse nation. Everyday people are celebrating something in various parts of this huge nation. We know about many religious and cultural festivals but have very basic (in many cases none) knowledge about the art themed fairs & festivals celebrated across the country along with some traditional religious festivals which are pulling many […]

June 15, 2017

Festivals of India: Hemis Festival


Festivals of India, Travel

India is a diverse nation. Everyday people are celebrating something in various parts of this huge nation. We know about many religious and cultural festivals but have very basic (in many cases none) knowledge about the art themed fairs & festivals celebrated across the country along with some traditional religious festivals which are pulling many […]

June 14, 2017

Bird’s Paradise: Bhigwan


Travel

What is Bhigwan? Bhigwan is a small village in Maharashtra on the borders on Pune-Solapur districts. Bhigwan is a good example of geo-ecological phenomena of tourism. This place is a real paradise for nature and bird lovers and photographers! Every year thousands of birds migrate on the banks of Bhima River near Bhigwan from Siberia […]

March 26, 2013

Clean Tourist Places


Travel

A couple of years ago I visited Delhi, Agra and Mathura. Delhi and Agra are the most famous tourist destinations in India because of the beautiful monuments like Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Red Fort etc. Mathura is also very famous pilgrim place for Hindus. One thing is very common in these and other numerous […]

December 24, 2012

The Fort of Vasai


Travel

Vasai is a beautiful town located to the north of the most populous city of India-Mumbai. It’s a small town with a meager population in addition to being my oyster! Despite being a small town, it has been endowed with beautiful presents by the Mother Nature in the form of its ancient churches, beaches and […]

August 8, 2012

Hyderabadi Rasoi


Travel

Last month I was enjoying with my aunt’s family in Hyderabad. Whole day I was engulfed in playing with my cousins. Only the strong aroma of special Hyderabadi cuisine was able to distract our minds! My aunt prepared various new dishes at home and many times we enjoyed the food in hotels. Before coming to […]

June 10, 2012