Tag: writing

  • The Teachings of Bhagavad Gita by Richa Tilokani

    With the pandemic raging worldwide, everyone is returning to their roots to find solace and seek comfort. Richa Tilokani’s ‘The teachings of Bhagavad Gita’  – Timeless wisdom for the modern age- comes at the right time to offer wisdom to those who seek it. I thank Richa for the review copy. This 226-page book, which […]

  • Interview with Author Chandrika R Krishnan

    Interview with Author Chandrika R Krishnan

    In this blog post, I feature an interview with author, self-confessed “reluctant poet” and storyteller Chandrika R. Krishnan

  • The Merits of Journaling

    I write mainly because it’s what comes naturally. Writing helps me put into words what I feel about something. It is cathartic and it helps me heal. It also helps me discover myself. I know- some people would think “Isn’t it a bit late in the day at 43 to be discovering yourself”? But I […]

  • The Magic of Writing

    What is it about writing that gets some people thinking it is an esoteric art that originates from a magical place, while others feel that anyone who can read can be a writer? I belong to the school of thought that the truth lies somewhere between these two extremes. Good writing can be taught, and I […]

  • The Read-Write Debate

    Should we write as we speak or speak as we write?   According to Jyoti Sanyal, author of “Indlish—the book for every English-Speaking Indian”, this debate has been going on for centuries. He says that written English began as a write-as-you speak movement. Casual, simple writing was encouraged. A good example of this is Geoffrey […]