Articles by Riddhi Sharma

Paper-Boat-(Chilli-Guava)

I have been blogging for more than a decade. I have seen the blogging platform change drastically. From being a personal space and transforming into a professional arena. I have gotten collaboration emails, to blogger meets and attended many of those special “paid” campaign events. But, some brands win your…

Riddhiculous blog featured

Here’s a small update we got featured by Jyotsna Sharma on her blog Bhaatdaal. We certainly loved interacting with her. She has a way with words. She is very straight forward and very passionate about blogging. Only because of her, I guess, I will resume blogging this year. Thanks Jyo,…

baby boy casual fashion

So, I have been thinking of sharing his “casual” day out looks for a while now. So here’s a first in a series of many to come. Micro Fashion for little boys 😉 They say it is not easy dressing up boys, because there is hardly any variety. So, this…

Credit: Sharifotography

The Mumbai locals are the hub to all Indian festivals.  During Navratri, you can see a proper dress code for nine days, followed by men and women according to the colour-of-the-day. During Diwali, you might see the trains decorated and covered in frills and flowers. While, Eid fills your life…

Book review Harry potter & The cursed Child

“The eighth story. Nineteen years later.” “To suffer is as human as to breathe.”  Yes, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts one and two is here and if I was to sum up my experience in one word, it will be “nostalgia.” For Pottermania this is an absolute blast,…

yatra travel agra tajmahal

It was just an unplanned trip, a surprise little vacation for me and my husband. We were newly married and the idea of a getaway was always welcome. During our courtship period, I remembered his fascination for “Tajmahal” on many occasions. So, in July on his birthday, we decided to…

Shadow Lines riddhiculous

We all have certain favourite fictional characters and it is not that you get to meet their namesakes every day. But, once you do, do you compare them with their fictional counterparts? Do you have an image in mind for every character you have read in books? So, is my…

Riddhiculous memories

Disclaimer: This poem is written from a perspective of a five year old kid and how he sees a “Sunday” and feels for it. हफ्ते में दिन होते हैं सात पर अच्छा सिर्फ इतवार लगता है, मुझे हमेशा इसका इंतज़ार रहता है। पाप की छुट्टी, मम्मी का प्यार इस दिन…