Posts Tagged ‘reading’

For today’s session of the #ReadInstead Lit fest, author Amish Tripathi talked about the books he is currently reading. Amish is a 1974-born, IIM (Kolkata)-educated, boring banker turned happy author. The success of his debut book, The Immortals of Meluha (Book 1 of the Shiva Trilogy), encouraged him to give up a...

While we try to figure new things to do everyday, why not try indulging in a romantic story? Here is a list of romantic stories that will keep you feeling dreamy and filled with hope, for we can all do with some cheering up and love in these strange times. After all, a little bit of romance never hurt anyone! You can...

We have all been worried sick for our loved ones and ourselves. In times of extreme stress, it’s always better to remember the spiritual aspects of our lives. This is the time to read and reflect. Here are five books that you can read and meditate upon for calmer days in self-isolation. You can now read these books...

With the outbreak of Covid-19, some of our favourite celebrities like Saif Ali Khan, Alia Bhat, Twinkle Khanna among others have turned to books for comfort. They are advising everyone with their Instagram pictures to stay indoors, and read! And we are here for this trend! Here are some celebrities indulging in our...

अमिता आपकी कहानी “ईदी” को लेखन मंच पर पाठकों के द्वारा काफी सरहना मिली हैं, हमारे पाठकों को कहानी के बारे में थोड़ा विस्तार...

कॉलेज से लौटा तो मां बरामदे में बिछे तख्तपोश पर सोई हुई थी। वह मुंह पर दुपट्टा लपेटे जब चाहे, जहां चाहे सो जाती है। कई बार...

लावण्या …बहुत ज़ोर देने पर भी उसे याद नहीं आ रहा कि वो इस नाम की किसी लडक़ी को जानती है. न रिश्तेदारी में कोई इस नाम की लडक़ी है...

  “Dreams always make for really good writing ideas” said Stuti Agarwal,a children’s novel writer at Juggernaut’s writing workshop for kids aged between 8-12 years, on Saturday, June 15th. The workshop began with a fun exercise introduced by the author. She asked the kids to draw their own faces and share their art with...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Hatsuyuki‘, by Tapo J. Mandal . On a remote peninsula in northern Japan, as the first snow of the long winter starts to fall, a mysterious new student appears at the local high school, and a young schoolteacher meets a beautiful girl at a dive bar. Could...

We’re a couple of months into 2019, and it’s time to take stock of our progress on the resolutions we set in January. If you’re like most people, you would have decided on a vague ‘read more books’ resolution at the beginning of the year, but not really followed through on it. But take heart, I’m here to show...