Saturday, 31 March 2018

Book-Review:Age Of Azmoq: The Valantian Imperium



The first glimpse:


The Book Age Of Azmoq is a story of a fantasy world narrated in a creative style by the author Rajamayyoor Sharma. The writer has taken quite a different take weaving the characters; the scenic beauty, the supernatural weapons and most importantly combat fighting sequence during a war ingeniously.

Age Of Azmoq


Book Cover:


The book cover is designed attractively using just perfect combinations of colors. The picture of a town raised on a circular platform gels perfectly with the author’s creativity of a fantasy world.

About the Author:


Rajamayyoor Sharma is a first-time author, who as far away from the writing world before this book series took hold in his mind. He is a management consultant, with a degree in engineering from BITS Pilani and an MBA from IIM Bangalore in India. He currently lives in Bangalore with wife, son and parents. He loves to spend his spare time reading anything with a story, watching movies with his wife and playing games with his son.

The Plot:

The story starts with the introduction of the fantasy village, Villasboro, isolated from the outside world well shielded and protected amidst natural beauty. The people of Villasboro enjoys longevity of lifespan of 130 – 140 years, the people rarely fall ill and are called young at an age of 70. What aspects make it unique from the others and why it has no connection with the outside world is worth reading.


Sunday, 25 March 2018

#CuttingPaani Pasting Happiness

Today is 'World Water Day, Save Water' but why? Was expression of my daughter who read the one of the headlines of newspaper while picking it up few days ago.

Yes we need to save water, was my straight cut line packing her snack boxes for school.

But ‘Our Earth’ chapter of General Sciences says earth is covered by 70% of water and 30% land, then why save water Mamma, which is in abundance. I explained the importance of water and its preservation and shortage in short to her, as she had to board her school bus.

To my surprise she watered the indoor plant with the water left in her bottle when she was back from school. This made me sure that children takes the lesson very quickly and do their bit.

Monday, 19 March 2018

Theme Reveal AtoZ Challenge 2018


Challenges are so much fun when one has group of people participating at same time and with same zeal plus a community who pushes you to complete a challenge with flying colors.

AtoZChallenge is a challenge to blog from first day of April with a letter A, and the next day on letter B and so on for 26 days apart from Sundays.

In blogging world A to Z Challenge has a special place in heart as this challenge makes your blog fly across the world and you too board on a journey of blog hopping in the month of April.

We have participated in this challenge for 2 years first in 2015 without theme and the other in 2017 with a theme – Relationships. 

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Flaming Past


Jolted past in vicious events
now entirely burnt in fire
for desire to see novella path
urge to walk plainly without prejudices 
Source 

Friday, 9 March 2018

Book Review: The Temple Bar WOMAN, A tale of danger, deceit & daring by Sujata Parashar


Book Cover:
Sunset picture in a circle shape and woman raising her hand will definitely interest readers to pick the book. After reading the book I looked at the book cover again and realized that book cover can also depict a woman with background of sun rise. After all it’s a story of a strong girl Radha aka Radhika.

TempleBarWoman-SujataParshar

About the author
Sujata Parashar is a popular Indian novelist, short story writer and poet. She has written 7 books so far. ‘The Temple Bar Woman’ is her fourth novel.

Sujata holds a Master’s degree in Human Rights. In 2016 she was presented the prestigious Karamaveer Chakra Award- instituted by iCongo (instituted by UN) conferred to individuals who bring about positive social impact in the lives of people and planet.

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Magical Touch Of WOMAN


When heart falls apart,
tears & grief up on the chart.
One magical touch of her,
makes oceans stand behind her.

When food seems tasteless,
even herb & sause sprinkled priceless.
One defined touch of her,
makes simple bread delicious.

Aura of thoughts - Womens Day Poetry

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Celebrating HOLI with its Core Belief


In this world, a process that is always continuous to all living things is growing. A person grows mentally, physically and physiologically in his/her life journey. Growth in right manner and in apt amount is the key of life, one of the main factor in growing is forgiveness.

Yes, forgiveness make you strong, peaceful and rich in contentment. Mahatma Gandhi very brilliantly explained this in a beautiful quote “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong”.