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REVIEW: Enlighten The Lamp Of Your Fortune by Dinesh Sahay

Learn how to create what you want in life by art of creation in actual life through right power of thought, power of spoken words, power of writing and by right targeted actions in right time zones. See action in your life starting from 3rd day onward in the direction of your dreams/wishes in reality depending on your mindset, pre-set notions, trust and faith in self, God, Mentor, Guru, Coach. Yes, it is possible for every reader. Anything is possible at any point of time if one knows the positives of creation. 

You are the creator of your own destiny stored for you by God. He releases it to you on demand by your thoughts and actions. It’s as simple as this. When you read this book and start program and sparing few minutes of time each day while sitting at home or in office or travelling in plane or train or car you will see astonishing results in life subject to mind-set. 

Future is undefined and you have to create it. 

“Fate or Kismet (destiny) is the invention of fools and does not ex…

REVIEW: Love and Lust: Stories and Essays by Various Authors

Love and Lust: Stories and Essays by Vikram Seth, Saadat Hasan Manto, Kamala Das, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Timeri N. Murari, Upamanyu, Chatterjee, K. R. Meera, Amrita Narayanan, Ira Trivedi, Amitava Kumar, Jeet Thayil, Ira Mukhoty

The powerful stories and sketches in this volume probe the mysteries of love and the perils and ecstasies of sexual desire.

TITLE- LOVE and Lust AUTHOR- Various Authors
PUBLISHER- Aleph Books
FORMAT- Hardcover

*Thanks to the Publishers for a review copy.*
(All opinions are my own) A collection of stories based on sexuality, love and lust? A must-read for everyone!
Everyone has their own opinions about Love and Lust, it's a vast topic but there is nothing black and white about it, its all grey. I might find some things right which you would not and vice versa, that's why I say Love and Lust is all grey.
All the stories in this collection are beautifully weaved. 'Love and Lust' is such a powerful theme and the stories have done justice to it. Each story is u…

REVIEW: Shadow Of The Past by Mayank Manohar

Life throws up tough choices that often control your life, forcing you to carry the baggage of your past. In the process, you have no option but to fall in love with your own shadow. Your pain and loneliness are your best friends. But there comes a breaking point and when you reach it, there is a good chance it can destroy you completely. 

Shadow of the Past is a story about three young people crippled by their own past and insecurities and how their life changes when they stop running away and start embracing it. But the question always remains: to what extent can anyone go to get rid of their past? 

Meet Lavanya, deprived of the love that she deserved and fighting a seven-year-long battle for Rehan, who is crippled by the complexity of his own mind, then takes a major U-turn. Arpita, who yearns for Rehan’s love, suddenly finds herself trapped between the incomplete love saga of Rehan and Lavanya. Rehan comes out of the void he is in, only to Tumble into another. 

Will the shadow of the…

REVIEW: The Brahmin Warrior R. Durgadoss

Having defeated Rana Sanga and his Rajput army in the Battle of Khanwa, Babur descends upon
Chanderi in January 1528. With only a few men to defend the fort, the Rajputs decide that the women would immolate themselves and save their honor, while the men would fight Babur’s forces till the last drop of their blood.

Even as the women start jumping into the fire, Meera, the wife of the head priest, stays back. She has conceived after sixteen years. Her husband runs away to save himself and she is forced into slavery by her captors.

Fortunately, she and her newborn son, Aditya, are rescued from the slave market by a Sufi ascetic, who hands them over to Abdul Gafoor, a Mughal commander. 

Meera and Aditya become a part of Gafoor’s family and he treats her like a sister. Aditya grows up to become the most skillful warrior in the army of the Hindu king Hemu. But, can he be trusted? Find out in this action-packed page-turner.

TITLE- The Brahmin Warrior AUTHOR- R. Durgadoss
PUBLISHER- Rupa Publication…

Five Things 'FIVE FEET APART' Taught Us

'Five Feet Apart' is an American Romantic Drama, inspired by a real-life couple Dalton and Katie Prager, who both suffered from cystic fibrosis.

As you all know that I'm not a movie person, I'd choose books anytime over movies but as I am going through 'Reader's Slump' so I decided to watch Netflix and guess what? I found this treasure.

This movie impacted me greatly so I decided to share all my takings with you all. Let's start!
1.Live Big because life don't give us enough chances.


2. Take risks, you never know which moment is your last. 


3. Love! Don't be scared of it. Loving won't kill you but not doing it will surely kill a part of you.


4. Take chances! We can die today, we can die tomorrow but we can also make our life worth living.


5. Breathe! Take a deep breath and enjoy your today. We are all on borrowed time. Instead of focusing on making your tomorrow good, make your today even better.


Until next time...Bye!

Reader's Slump? How To Get Over It!

Readers Slump! Isn't this the condition all readers hate being in? For the people who love reading, 'Reader's Slump' is simply horrible.

For those who are not aware of this term, let me explain it. 'Reader's Slump' is a condition in which a reader wants to be able to read but just can't. One wants to enjoy the book but can't focus enough on it to enjoy it, his/her thoughts are all over the place.

Imagine a fish with water all around but still being unable to dive into it, a person going through the 'reader's slump' feels exactly the same. 


5 WAYS TO GET RID OF READER'S SLUMP
1. Change The Genre
Changing the genre you usually read could really help you overcome this situation. If you are an avid suspense/thriller reader, then stop and breathe, try out a different genre, try poetry or romance or maybe just some good comics! Changing the genre helps me a lot. I am a devoted romance reader, but then there comes a time, I just want to tear my …