Reviews

Riddhiculous Taj Mahal Tea House

If you are an ardent fan of Mumbai monsoons and tea then Taj Mahal Tea House is definitely a place for you. I happened to visit this serene and calm place a couple of months back. It has a distinct old-worldly charm to it, cocooned in a secluded Bandra lane, the…

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…

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,…

Shubha Vilas Ramayana Review

We have all grown up listening to stories from Ramayana to an extent, we have internalised the idea of good and bad vis-a-vis the characters from these epics. In fact, there is a certain bias between the two epics — Ramayana and Mahabharata itself. While being a literature student, I have always been critical…

Colgate charcoal gold brush

I am not that great a morning person and my mother always tells me, “the early bird catches the worm.” This is her mantra on how to turn good mornings into Gold Mornings. She passed on her morning mantra to me, saying waking up early has its own benefits. In…

Riddhiculous HaikuJAM App Review

The only thing he wanted, was impossible to find, until he met himself. This poem was written by three strangers, who are anything but not writers professionally, who live in different parts of the world, through HaikuJAM app. HaikuJAM is a free collaborative haiku-writing mobile application through which people write…

R2D2 HP Star Wars limited edition

Being a literature student, I have always lived in the world of fantasies, in the world where everything is beyond the ‘natural’. So, in a recent turn of events, someone asked me, what if you had some super powers that could let you live this fantasy world (well whatever of…

Book Review The Best Seller She Wrote

There are a very few times when you read a book and you do not even feel like you are reading one. “The Bestseller She Wrote” by Ravi Subramanian is one such book. It is an experience (not exactly a great one), though predictable narrative, fast-paced with real-life people, situations and spaces. Why…

Riddhiculous sugar free rabdi

In Rajasthan, every meal is incomplete without a hint of “bajra”. Being a marwari girl I have grown up with what you call extreme taste-buds. Be it spicy or sweet, both needs have to be satiated with proper ingredients in place. It is difficult to please us. We relish our…