Articles by Riddhi Sharma

riddhiculous.com 1000 novels everyone must read

I have often come across weird researches and studies done by i dont know crazier people then me. Idle people and there are people as Idle as me who read such stuff.. here is a collection of top five this week.. will try and get the best researches every week….

Once upon a time, Doordarshan telecasted a short tele series named ‘Vedvyas ke Pothey’ [Pothey: is plural for Pothi, the document which accounts for information regarding your forefathers. It is rather a religious document with the Pandas (Priests) at teerth sthals like Haridwar]   The teleseries was a great mix…

This is a conversation with my Vanteline!! and we were discussing about a letter sent to his editor by a really unique man. The name of the person has been changed. Dear Editor Let me introduce my self, I am Mr. X Kumar from chennai city(India) and I have unique…

Some striking similarities from the Gali (Street) Cricket with the IPL Gali Cricket: The teams are a conglomeration of people form your own ‘ilaka’ and various other colonies. Often your own team players join the opponent teams in order to keep the game going. Older generation often discourages the idea…

riddhiculous.com time traveller

Little mischievous brains at work Thought of a crazy plan To bring down the evil cook With the help of a magic pan So, they stole the key to store And made their way to hall Where they heard the watchman snore And saw the kittens crawl As, the kitchen…

riddhiculous.com desire

Disclaimer: Meant for ages below 5 years of age A wicked witch with evil designs. A beautiful princess in her confines. A flying chariot A charming prince Six white horses A large province A quest for love: a grand challenge. To seek a partner from the royal stands A perfect…

riddhiculous.com ends

We humans have this tendency, we are afraid of ‘ends’. Ends usually come with new beginnings. Beginnings come with premonitions of endings, in short its a full circle. I am living on the edges of this circle right now. Now, scratch your brains and look for the edges of the…

Overcrowded markets, countless earthen lamp vendors, sugar castles and sweet shops adorn our streets. The makeshift stalls in the schools fetes, college fests and colonies are all indicators of the fact that Diwali is round the corner. Beautiful Rangolis are another facet of this ‘festival of lights’. Traditionally it is…

Amidst the loud cries of ‘Jai siya ram’ the gigantic effigies of Ravana and his brother burnt into flames after being set afire by Shri Ram. Every year such effigies are burnt on the tenth day of Navratra Festival. Shri Ram was followed by Laxman and Hanuman dressed in fascinating…

Our Education system began with the Gurukuls and the gurus. It was in a way similar to the boarding schools (minus the commercial aspect) which we witness in the present scenario. The guru dakshinas these days are way too high then the olden times. The system that we follow at…