Book opens up with a Scene where Ashish’s father meets a hooded man and gets The Timepiece with him. It was a generation thing that it should be transferred to the next generation. There is something about the timepiece and while working on that Ashish comes to know that he can see destiny. Ashish uses … More The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami.
Whats Virginity ??? As per Google : A state of a person (basically a girl ) who is never Engaged in a sexual intercourse. As per Society : A Girl who wears short dresses, parties and is comfortable with Boys is not a virgin, in short Character Assasination. In what way can you define that … More Virginity !!!
Hello folks, Hope your weekends are going well. Today I am sharing very important and basic mannners that we all must know and use in our daily lives. Here are some points to remember. 1. Do not litter. 2. Stop staring at a women who is breast feeding. 3. Respect your parents and elder too. … More What are some of the basic manners and etiquette that are important to know?
Wearing a black thread on the left leg these days is very common . It looks funky and stylish. It is said that it is supposed to be an absorber of all the evil things. According to the myths it may have some scientific basis as well. However, Nowadays everything is paired up with Fashion … More Why do young generation wear black thread on their left leg?
Book : Not out Man Author : Harsh Kumar Gautam Publishers : Blue Rose Publishers Publication date: 27 Feb 2019 Language: Hindi Format : Kindle And Paperback Value of Money : Rs . 70 for Kindle and Rs. 150 for Paperback. Cover : Cover of the book completely defines the name of the book. It’s … More Not out Man by Harsh Kumar Gautam
Book :Have you stopped loving ? Author : Cauveri Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers Publication date :10 Mar 2018 Language: English Book length: 209 Value for money : Rs. 199 Cover: The book cover is in black and white format where there is a a lady half faced with a Red Bindi and there is a … More Review for Have you stopped Loving? By Cauveri
Holi a festival of colours. Holi falls somewhere between the end of February and the middle of March. The festival also celebrates the beginning of a good spring harvest season. It’s a two day festival. The first evening is known as Holika Dahan (burning of demon holika) or Chhoti Holi and the following day as … More Let’s celebrate the Festival of Colours with one another.