In routine life, human beings become so busy and involved that they forget to pay attention to the little details and miss out on the little things that can make significant differences when one talks about changing life or seeing life from a different perspective. This differentiated perspective makes a difference in the lives of […]
“Business Business: Untold Failure Story” by Avinash T V is a product of such a set of experiences that the characters attain in their lives with changing times and situations. The readers get to read the story of the lives of 4 characters mainly through the eyes of the narrator. This framework makes the story relatable for all kinds of readers and makes reading the book more of a personal experience than just a basic plot construction.
Among the many, Anindita Das, in her “What The Pandemic Learned from Me: A Hilarious Antidote to the pain that Corona dealt us,” takes an innovative and novel approach to talk about how life was affected, changed by the rise of the virus and continues to remain so to quite an extent.
When people undertake a journey in their lives, the experience becomes richer and much more diverse. Life at large is a journey, as it is said, which is a plethora of experiences for the ones who have lived it and for those who look up to their elders for learning. When people undertake a journey […]
An example of this cornucopia is Dr. Bhaskar Natarajan’s boutique collection (as he calls it) with the title, “Love: Hits and Misses.” This collection of stories is born from the experiences he gained in his life and also those which he heard from others.
Shilpa is a star-gazer and a romantic who has never been able to fathom how the left side of the brain works. In fact, the functioning of the brain itself has been an intimidating subject for her to comprehend. She believes she was born with a feeling apparatus only – the heart; and not a thinking one – the mind! Intellectualizing feelings and emotions is knottier than rocket science to her!
The awareness of this would be helpful for all people. Dr. Amitava Ghosh, in his book, “The Realm of India’s Employment Law and The Indian Constitution,” focuses on this aspect, and in his work of non-fiction, he talks about this at length.
Irtika Kazi in “Stormbound” writes poetry on random subjects that connect one emotion to another. Simultaneously, it also connects the readers to their abilities to observe and appreciate how the author gives words to ideas that would otherwise find difficulty in expression. Author has shared some more insights on her literature career during her latest interview with The Literature Times. Here are some glimpse of the interview we had with her.
Life is more about its unpredictability and less about what a person plans or looks forward to. In his novel “Til Death We Do Part,” Bruno Beaches talks of this idea through a plot that for once does seem linear and arranged in an ideal manner for a reader to understand. But on digging into […]
After his debut English poetry collection, which also became an Amazon bestseller, “Poetry: a garland of words,” the young poet Margesh Rai is back with another groundbreaking work, this time in Hindi with the title, “Khushboo Bikherti Pakdandiya.”