We witnessed digitilization and how ? So closely that a view of human existence scares us. In the year 2020, there was a dawn of the most dangerous virus named COVID-19, which proved to be a disaster on the planet. Let’s skim over the pages in our lives where the timelines can be referred to as pre-covid and post-covid era. Some people found it as … Continue reading Evolution of mind during a pandemic
Lunch was quite heavy for me today, so my husband decided to cook some soup for dinner. For me chicken was never an obvious preference but lately it has been one. When I was scrolling down my YT feed, those food recipes just popped open and I couldn’t resist but search for boneless chicken recipe, this time it was more precise. There I got it!, … Continue reading Spicy Boneless Chicken Curry – A Wednesday Nosh
Tethering her stallion to a highly jutted rock, fogged with the mist in the valleys of Cipla, Firdaus sat down and took a huge sigh of relief. The moments becoming memories, flashes all down to her throat from her eyes. She said to herself, I could’ve done better, ye! She sees the mountains far away located, standing still. The fog is everywhere around her eyes, … Continue reading The Writings(#1) – Behold the memories
I had lost my appetite to read more since 2 years. I still remember those times when days and nights were all one with my head into a book. I do not remember how fast I used to cover them, books after books. I could remember the effect it had though. Getting into the skin of a character, visualising the story with me playing a … Continue reading Bookish – Saba Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes(#1)
The white little rabbit with a waistcoat warned the year 2020 would become a scam for Alice. Alice follows the white rabbit and ends up in a rabbit hole with buildings and big doors filled with numerous opportunity to grow. Qurantining and self-isolation became more ambitious than dreamy careers and imaginary travels. There’s no caterpillar asking who Alice is, unless she is dreaming. There’s no … Continue reading Alice in Quarantine
Last week, I had one of my friend from Hyderabad visiting to Bangalore. As a ritual, four of us gathered at a place for lunch and to our bad luck the restaurant was closed. After minutes of pestering about various restaurants nearby, we closed upon on Nasi and Mee. Having our dignified conversations on the very ongoing situations in our country, we paved our way … Continue reading Let’s talk food[Part-3]: A brunch at Nasi and Mee!
Hello everyone, If you have slightest inclination towards human creativity and art, then this article is a must read-through. Before moving on to the topic, I would like to share that movies have always played an important role in my development, be it in terms of communication or creating a vision for diversified culture. Now that I am writing about one of my most favourite … Continue reading [Movie-Series: Part-1] Top 5 must watch horror in 2019
Bangalore is a city filled with theme-based cafes and restaurants. Amid the city hustling if you want to spent your day at a peaceful surrounding, Dyu Art Cafe is the place to visit. Located at the busiest part of the city, Kormangala, the cafe offers great food apart from a serene ambience. The first time you visit this place, you would enter into a room … Continue reading An afternoon in Dyu Art Cafe
Hi to all the readers and thank you so much for taking some time to read my blogs. I am Pooja Mahapatra, from a small city named Odisha, which is part of the eastern India. Starting from my school days, because it would be quite short since there is nothing much to talk about[pun intended]. My childhood days were nothing but all about introvertism(grabbing attention … Continue reading Who Am I?
Food has always been and will always be one of my core area of interest. I am always excited to try new cuisine at different places and what excites me more is when there’s a new cuisine at a place I have never visited. Last week, I tried few different places at Bangalore and thought of blogging about those places straight downright here. Bangalore is … Continue reading Let’s talk food[Part-2]: My August Discovery of Bangalore Restaurants
I am starting my ‘Let’s talk food’ series with my short two days trip to Mumbai. It was successful only because of the great variety and quality of food I had there. Cutting it short, Bombay offers a lot in food not only in terms of it’s origin but also in terms of diverse culture. I will shortlist all of the places with good-to-mouth food, … Continue reading Let’s talk food [Part-1]: Top 5 restaurants to visit in Mumbai
Always think to grow more with less spending. Though I cannot follow this rule at every single instance of my life, but whichever few instances I have tried, I can proudly say I have succeeded. How cool it can be when we can look good without any extra bucks spend or with our old high school pieces. Clothes play an integral part for personality development. … Continue reading Less Budget More Comfort
It’s quite hard to choose between clothes when you’re too selective. Travelling plays an important role in identifying your style and also gives you an idea about your style sense. Recently I had a short two days trip to Mumbai on my birthday and I was really happy how I carried myself with all the less number of clothes I had with me. Day -1: … Continue reading Travel with comfort on you