Category Archives: Read

It is a book about a 12 year old boy’s life, his troubles & thoughts are reflected through each page with precise details.

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When this book arrived from OM Books, I was eager to see how this is more of a novel than a hardcover book. While reading the first few pages, I felt the pattern exactly the way I write in my travel journals… That is the specialty about it – it is truly relatable!

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Sunflare Arthouse in association with Bloomsbury India held a contest to giveaway two copies of Paper Towns by John Green. The winners are : @divyaszaika & @ruchikri Double Click on photos below to read details about each post on Instagram. Read the my review on the book : HERE 

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The Detox Kitchen Bible has simple food recipes that focuses on foods that are both tempting and pleasurable to eat. The simple goal of the book is : to create delicious recipes that work with your body, not against it, giving it the best chance to do what it does naturally.

Over the course of 7 recipes that I will be sharing, I would be highlighting Detox dishes inspired by Indian everyday meal so it is easier for you to get started with healthier lifestyle from ingredients right inside your kitchen.

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Reading this book is an indulgence in itself. It is packed with so much information that you simply don’t have to look up anywhere else. All recipes mentions the calories, ingredients (and substitutes- I found replacing Honey with Maple Syrup a life saver… ), procedure, nutrients & the health issue where a particular recipe works well.

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Sexual abuse is a really strong crime against children. At young age, they need to be educated so they can protect themselves. Most importantly, this book highlights the essential point that no matter what happens, it is not the kid’s fault.

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A book on mythological stories relating to the seven sacred rivers, namely, Ganga, Yamuna, Sarasvati, Sindhu, Godavari, Narmada and Kaveri, the towns and cities along their course that were designated as tirthas, and the practices connected with river goddess worship.

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