SIBLINGwali Diwali: These things from 1990s done together with your Brother or Sister make those Diwali days the most memorable ones.
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SIBLINGwali Diwali: These things from 1990s done together with your Brother or Sister make those Diwali days the most memorable ones.

I am elated to be on-board #SiblingStories blog train which is hosted by Ila Varma in collaboration with the Brand #angtatva. 36 esteemed bloggers from the blogging fraternity have joined hands and participated in this Blog train for #SiblingTalk to share, relive and refresh their sweet and sour bond with their loving siblings. Glorious 1990s.. Oh! yeah, it’s been a … Continue reading

Shivaay  Movie (2016) – a Viewer’s Review
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Shivaay Movie (2016) – a Viewer’s Review

It’s Deepawali week and yes even the box office seems to have caught the feel of festivity at its end. Two big banner films are releasing this week namely Ae dil hai mushil directed and produced by Karan Johar and Shivaay in which Ajay Devgan is seen wearing multiple hats namely of producer, director, story … Continue reading

Book Review – Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by Bhakti Mathur
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Book Review – Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by Bhakti Mathur

Being a mother of a little munchkin, I am a newbie when it comes to story telling. As one of the firsts of the story books, I got for my son is Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by renowned author Bhakti Mathur. Many parents do not feel the necessity of doing a … Continue reading

An After Thought

Things to cross-check, a day before this Diwali!

The five day celebrations have already begun & we are just one day away from the main Deepawali day, I wonder about how to get ready for Diwali? Sometimes the other side of brain makes you look beyond the certain perspective about a thing; makes you look at the finer prints. Exactly the same thing … Continue reading

An After Thought

Changing Times bring the Change in Air..

My fondest memories from childhood about celebrating festivals is of visiting my grand parent‘s house. Being located in the same city, where we used to live, we would go by our car. The best part about this trip was that all cousins would meet there & would have ball of a time. The only displeasing … Continue reading

An After Thought

Top 5 tips for having a distinctive Deepawali party..

In the metropolitan culture today celebrating a festival is the only time when people visit each other & family bond grows stronger. Indian culture also has a quote with words as: “Atithi Devo Bhava” meaning placing the guests equal to God. So in the upcoming Diwali are you prepared to welcome the guests & have … Continue reading

The Kitchentina - food guide

Gourmet Food & Sweet Fragrances.. the best combo this festive season

Being a foodie, festivals give me the chance to show off my culinary skills & feed my guests with good food. And for this I’ve a pre-decided list, only with few changes depending on how innovative or conservative I want to be. Like Sewayiaan cooking for Eid, plum cake for Christmas etc. Diwali is no … Continue reading

An After Thought

Festive Fragrances in the air..

Few days back I’d one of my N.R.I. uncle & his family visiting to my place in Delhi. Being in India was a mesmerizing experience for them and my uncle gladly told me that there’s some distinctive fragrance in the air of this country that makes this place so special and warm. Thinking of it … Continue reading

An After Thought

Welcoming Deepawali!

Friends Deepawali, the festival of lights is emerging in a week. My Indian friends would surely be all pumped up for this upcoming mega festival. ‘Deepawali’ also known as Diwali is the most important Hindu festivals that happens to observe the victory of Lord Ram over Ravan and his return from exile. Around the country, preparations for … Continue reading