This book is now LIVE! A traveler gets tired of traveling itself. A woman who's built a secure life wants to let it all go, just for a taste of uncertainty. Both cross paths.
While it is a journey that continues, a noteworthy milestone in the course has been getting shortlisted for "BEST AUTHOR 2021" in the Fiction category of the "India Authors Conference and Awards 2021" hosted by the Navi Mumbai Chambers of Business and Industries.
When I first envisioned this community, my notion was simple – I wanted to create a space filled with “high, positive vibrations” which both nature and poetry inspired by nature carried.
In 2017, I published my debut novel "When the Cuckoo Called". The poems below trace the story transition, plot and character development. Poem 1: Winter to Spring, a transition Her wings tightly clasped, she held on to the warmth of her feathers;The frost so much sneered past herStill gave her delicate bearing a scareEyes closed, … Continue reading When the Cuckoo Called: a poetic synopsis
Have you ever experienced a place so deeply lost in nature that it defies the routine of civilization? Well, life in the beautiful Tirthan Valley of the mountainous state of Himachal Pradesh in India is the stunning coexistence of nature and humans. Read on for a big chunk of happiness!
Now consider, letting it all go numb, how much longer can we hold on to? Ever wondered what’s the sound of silence like? I’m sure most people have been there, and for most of us, it seems a sure cakewalk, bring it on! But when we actually put it into practice, we un-amusingly realize the struggle is quite real.
The sight of the interestingly splendid rhinoceros grazing in the signature grasslands, often solo or an epic mother and child, and always familiarly accompanied by a herd of deer, is frequent and spectacular. With the National Highway curving right along the borderlines of the national park, it is not hard to miss these endangered species at a safe distance and careful surveillance.