There was a gust of wind passing through the branches of trees and the rapid rustling of leaves… #KheerWrites #India #Dhoni #cricket
- Foodie Corner
- Reviews & Collab
The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with #nature. To nurture a #garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul… read more… #KheerWrites #Greencity #WordsMatter
I never expected I would reminisce all those uncanny bits and feel glad that I experienced each and every one of those strange moments that somehow transformed into beautiful memories. There is a saying that, ‘few things inspire travel like a good movie, culture, customs., etcetera.’..read more…
A Murky Twilight – We landed in Chiang Mai as the clock struck 7 in the evening. The only info I had about Chiang Mai that it is a greenish countryside didn’t go waste after all. But was that the only thing? Obviously, NO. There was more to it!
Horror comedy is not a new set in Tollywood, but the challenge is, how that fine line between comedy and horror is drawn. One such recent film in the horror-comedy genre that caught my attention is Taxiwaala!
Maids may come, maids may go; but how many of them stay as wonder women in your life? NO, I am certainly not exaggerating! Like every other sane person on this planet, I had my share of bad experiences with my maid, before I found….
I must admit, it was difficult for me to adjust my eyes to see him play a somewhat comedy-centric role after the intense flick of Arjun Reddy. It took me some time to sink it all in!
Nothing was open at that time, but we still wanted to witness what Kolkata has to offer, no matter if that is gallivanting on empty roads! It was over 15 minutes that we started from the airport, and I was literally waiting for a miraculous outcome from the time spent in Kolkata even though I don’t believe in one…
It was another mediocre day of my life; a day when everything appeared so monotonous and mundane. I never, even in my wildest dreams presumed that a casual meet with a dear friend (Ashok) would steer me towards an exhilarating adventure that filled my heart with joy!…
Traditionally, during the festival of Eid, ‘Sheer Khurma’ is made in every Muslim household. This delicacy made with fine vermicelli cooked in saffron milk with dry fruits and dates is equally popular in Hyderabad along with Dum Biryani and Haleem. In Urdu, ‘Sheer’ translates to MILK and ‘Khurma’ means DATES.
Click on the post to read more…
‘Do you love food?’
Well, I LOVE food and sometimes feel like I kind-of LIVE for food! I know, it sounds a bit too much, but what can I do when that is the truth! I would say, those amazing talks we have with loved ones over a scrumptious meal are the most precious moments. When my friend heard a rave review about this restaurant ‘SO. The Sky Kitchen’ located in Film Nagar and suggested that we pay a visit, I was all in for that idea! … Follow the link to read my review…