I imagine myself getting older and sitting with my children for drinks, since I’m a cool father they don’t mind spending some time with me on Friday weekend. We have really good wine at home and the room is filled with the aroma of baking. It’s customary to talk about bygone days and today after […]Read More The Wilson Bites
I sat as usual with a book in my hand, searching for something heavy to listen. I am surprised, as I grow older my choice of music is just becoming heavier and more melancholic. What serves best to my purpose? A sound of doom and sludge. Of course, nothing can replace Post Metal from my […]Read More Glory! Glory! Apathy Took Helm! – Vile Creature
To write about anything written by Samuel Beckett is the way of putting yourself in the shoes of Sisyphus. You keep thinking of the phrase or words that could best describe his book is met with the same faith of the boulder rolling down the hill. What should be done then? Should I continue to […]Read More Stepping into Sisyphus Shoes – The Samuel Beckett Trilogy
Today is the new day and a new date appears on my watch, I see the time changing slowly, minute by minute and hour by hour… I am so aware about the things around me, I feel like all my senses are hyper activated; my ears, listening to the sparrow chirping, my nose, trying to […]Read More Flights by Olga Tokarczuk
They say night time is the best time, because this is when all your creative juices are flowing and you’re more focused, you can just pick up pen and paper or open your boring laptop and keep tapping the buttons; the end result might surprise you. I remember, whenever I had to prepare for my […]Read More Palace Walk – Naguib Mahfouz
Whenever I start writing about books, I just connect with the things happening around or anecdotes from my life. The reason why I do that because there are always some lines or incidents which we can straight away link to the passages of our life; they exist in back of our head. The memories we […]Read More The Shadow Lines – Amitav Ghosh
At what junction do you think life would start making sense? We keep moving from school to college to achieve higher education and degrees to shine our path. The road we’re walking today is probably designed and re-designed by someone else. If we take a look, these roads doesn’t make any sense, and if you […]Read More English, August – For the life Hazaar Fucked.
There are times when we sit alone and reflect on our behaviour, at least, some of us overthinking people do. My observation tells me that we are the same person, with the same identity card and a name, but we are entirely different. At work, I’m different with my office and colleagues. At home, I’m […]Read More The Black Book by Orhan Pamuk.
The world today is suffering from pandemic, that started from China. The West easily point fingers to China, the conspiracy theories ranging from spreading virus as declaring war to making of vaccination, has gripped our daily life. We all live in a hope that everything would be better – engrossed in our daily life, we […]Read More Video Night in Kathmandu – Pico Iyer
What happens when a very normal person walks in a class to join Indian Civil service and he’s told, “you’re different now”. Does he swell with pride or arrogance? The Competent Authority is part dystopian and part sci-fi; the book takes you to the future where India is nuked by China and is vastly damaged. […]Read More The Competent Authority by Shovon Chowdhury