We all have a favorite spot, a spot where we unwind, with a company of ourselves. I explored a lot of cafes while trying to find my spot. It has become a routine to explore one sweet corner to spend … Continue reading 5 Cafes in Delhi – NCR which are paradise for book lovers!
Money. What comes to your mind when you think of it? Is it something you use to pay bills? Is it something you use to buy necessary things for pleasure and happiness? Each one of has a different opinion on about … Continue reading Book Review: Dollars and Sense – How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter
My school & college life was all about hearing that I was extra, I was extra enthusiastic, I was extra demanding, I was extra ambitious. I would always be hesitant about it. I guess this being extra was the thing … Continue reading Lean In Book Review: A Guide Book For Every Woman Who Is Smart, Opinionated and Ambitious
Actually, I finished this book yesterday. I had so much enthusiasm & energy to write the review yesterday only. But, I wanted to wait, to analyze & figure out what I loved the most about the book. So, here we … Continue reading Disrupt Yourself: A Personal Guide To Achieve Proficiency And Triumph In Your Profession Life
This book is the last one from the series of Iranian books I bought to read, and I am glad it was last one. It took me three months to finish it and it has been one of the finest … Continue reading Reading Lolita in Tehran: A revolution, few forbidden books, some loyal readers and an ordeal of freedom!
The Cypress Tree, a symbol of truthfulness, freedom, purity, and grace, a metaphor by the author for Iranians. A woman, with humble roots from Abadan, takes a journey back home from London to give us glimpses of fortunes, tragedies, adventure, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Cypress Tree; A Love Letter to Iran
Pune: The book is written by Marjane Satrapi, in the form of an autobiographical comic book. It is also the first every Iranian comic book ever published, it was designed and written by Marjane Herself. It was published in four … Continue reading Book Review: Persepolis; a memoir of lost and found