A Little Conversation between Nishant and Saurabhi

Photo Source : B-A-R

Photo Source : B-A-R

Nishant :What a peaceful place to sit and meditate ! .
Saurabhi : (suppressing a giggle) Oh I see !
Nishant : (mocking) Yes ……….
Saurabhi : (:( controlling her giggle ) Let’s see .
Nishant :Makes arrangements and sit on a mat and starts his chant .But at that very moment a group mosquitoes comes and starts buzzing around his ears, now his eyes fall his sweetheart SAURABHI. Leaving a huge sigh he says” Let’s get out this place as this place will create fear in our hearts when it gets darker and darker .
Saurabhi : (Looking at him )’Nodes’ in yes.
Nishant : (With fear in his heart) Requests and yells “Saurabhi come fast sweetheart …..”
Saurabhi :(With a Slight fear cropping in her heart )Runs quickly and hugs him.
Nishant : (Inquires by Hugging her ) What happened dear ?
Saurabhi: (Nodding in Noooo) Cries a lot !
Nishant :(Caressing her head) Nothing sweetheart .
Saurabhi :(With her inquiring looks ) Laughs at him
Nishant :(Understanding ) Runs behind her and folds her arms behind her back and says “Lets go out for some we time and our happiness time ”

I  am tagging this post Wordy Wednesday #4- February 2016 #PicturePrompt and

#MondayMusings

 

 

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With Lots of Love

Sweety

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Karna My Generous Hero

 

 

Karna my hero,

You were  too generous for your own good,

Siding the wrong side was the merit earned  by you .

But you were a  great fool  ,

Off having touched a pure and chaist woman like Draupadi,

You got the punishment soon .⊆1⊇




 

 

What kind of son you were ,

To give away holy amour in daan ,

Tough you were the eldest child of your mother Kunti,

But…you could not earn  the respectability like your brother Arjuna did earn  ,

Because you had always an ego about your strength .⊆2⊇




 

Hmm what sort of daanveer yudha you were ,

Could not you give food to the poor , weak and meek,

Sheesh!  I  felt so sad for you  when you were asked to eat  your own flesh as your super by lord Yama,

That was my doomsday moment  of my life when I heard it ,

Tough you were the  illegitimate son of mother Kunti ,

What a fortune you had  ! ,

To have earned the much required name  and fame,

What advice you want give our readers,

Your silence has given us a hint ,

But whatever  people during Mahabharata era spoke about   you ,

Today you have been a famous celebrity ,

As many Indian authors have written books and what not on  you and your generosity.

Even though you had some flaws  but I  do know that Lord Krishna had and will have soft corner for you always.. ⊆3⊇




 

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With Lots of Hugs and Happiness ,

Sweety

 

 

Book Review of Right Fit Wrong Shoe by Varsha Dixit

 

Right Fit Wrong Shoe
by 
Varsha Dixit 
 
Blurb 
Right Fit Wrong Shoe, begins at a point where all love stories end. The tale weaves around Nandini and all that is important to her, with two contenders gunning for the top spot; Aditya Sarin and Sneha Verma.
 
Aditya Sarin, the man Nandini is madly in love with, yet compelled, for some unsolved reason to shun.  Aditya, on his part, in the past declared Nandini to be a ‘millennium bhehenji (conservative girl)’ and ‘lassi (yoghurt drink) in a wine glass’. Yet he fell for her  . . . hard! However, some mysterious episode caused the lovers to, acrimoniously, part. 
 
Now, Aditya is back in Kanpur,  all his guns blazing (the real and the imagined), determined to devastate her life. Fortunately for the readers, and unfotunately for Aditya, Nandini is determined not to‘bite the dust’ oh so quietly. Wonder, in the battle royal, who wins or who loses it all?
 
Sneha Verma, the other contender, is Nandini’s BFF, that one friend who knows us better than we do. The one we trust more than Stayfree or Clearasil. Sneha maybe headstrong, hammer fisted and stern mouthed, but for Nandini, she will willingly stand in the path of imminent lightning bolt or a nasty tornado, even if it’s named Aditya Sarin. In standard X, Sneha took Nandini under her wing and that equation hasn’t changed much. Sneha, a recent wife and even more recent mom, appears to be fighting some unknown demons of her own.
 
Right Fit Wrong Shoe, observes and opinionates the society, affected and amused. It fleetingly touches on issues; fleeting as watching discourses (courtesy Astha Channel), is trendier and quicker, than reading them. 
 
 
The book is an AAA (anytime, anywhere, anyone) read. It promises to make your day better, and a bad one not any worse. 

Book Review :  Right Fit Wrong Shoe is a good read because of these following reasons

  1. It is easily page flipper.

  2. It is mix of various emoji like rona – dona, parents and others relatives  pinning up for both  heroine and hero, hero ka attitude throw karna and heroine ka bollywood hangover  is actually  the USP of the book .  I  always love  to read  these kind of stores which has a  perfect mixture of all the emoji in it and your eyes will not allow you  to keep the book down .

  3. Right Fit Wrong Shoe is lighted hearted book that could be given ‹as a  present  to a brooding person›.

  4. Perfect wedding gift .

Right Fit Wrong Shoe is recommended read for all the age group as Author  Varsha  Dixit has penned her characters in such a way that you can easily connect yourself with them  in a humours way .

I  love the banter between Nandini Sharma and Aditya Sarin in his farm house .

I  would love to Thank  the author for sending ARC  of this book .

Special Thanks to TBC  for hosting a wonderful tour of this super awesome book   called ‘Right Fit Wrong  Shoe’ written by “Author Varsha Dixit”  . 

❤  you guys.

 

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Varsha Dixit, the best selling author of four successful contemporary romance books. Her debut book, Right Fit Wrong Shoe was a national bestseller for the year 2010. Varsha was a part of the Indian Television Industry and worked as an assistant director and online editor. She considers herself a dreamer who thinks deep but writes light. Even though creativity is gender free, Varsha feels blessed and enriched to be a woman. Currently, with her family, Varsha resides in CA, USA.

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BOSE
 
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1. Built From The Ashes – Radhika Maira Tabrez – Life brings widowed Nikita at the doorsteps of her estranged in laws where she finds a new meaning to life.
 
 
2. It’s Not The End – Kirthi Jayakumar – A fresh start changes the foundation of what might have been the beginning of a bright future. But it’s not the end. 
 
3. She Chose To Live – Debosmita Nandy – She shines even when she is betrayed by love, uprooted from home and misunderstood by all.
 
4. Bidisha – Paulami DuttaGupta – Insurgency tore her life apart, will Bidisha be able to forget her past?
 
 
5. The Drug Addict – Santosh Bakaya – A 19 year old turns to drugs after her parents death in a Mine blast, this story shows how she turns over a new leaf.
 
6. Safe Passage – Sanghamitra Bose – She survives extreme betrayal and is determined not to let it happen again.
 
7. The Bride – Esha Chakraborty – ‘The Bride’ toasts to a new beginning!
 
8. Dear Rangama… – Sutapa Basu – An 18 year old bereft of family and friends, navigates her and her unborn child’s life defying all malignant forces. 
 
9. Unfound: Searching For Home – Vasudha Chandna Gulati – Can a child with two sets of parents still feel alone? It is Riddhi’s search for a place to belong.
 
10. The Journey of Two women – Deepti Menon – Two Divas on divergent paths dare to dream, defy the world and carveout their entwined destinies!
 
 
11. A Second Chance – Arpita Banerjee – A girl pays for her innocence once, but becomes strong enough to avenge a betrayal, second time around.
 
12. Dharmambhal – Bhuvaneswari Shivakumar Shankar – Can one ever recover from the trauma of domestic violence? A namesake finds courage from an inspirational story. 
 
13. The 40s – Ramaa Sonti – Story of a woman craving for love and attention, one who falters, yet takes the situation in her stride with the virtue of her wit and determination.
 
14. Amlanation – Anirban Nanda – An acid attack, a play of fate, the emotional trauma of both the attacker and the victim. 
 
15. Please Leave Your Sex Outside – Aashisha Chakraborty – What made a woman a top automobile entrepreneur of the country?
 
16. Tara – Geeta Negi – A simple girl from a remote hilly village discovers her womanhood while standing firmly against patriarchy.
 
 
17. Anjali Chakraborty – Tanushree Ghosh Dhall – A woman who is neither a mother nor a wife epitomises love, sacrifice and support. 
 
18. Yamuna Maa’s Hand – Mahesh Sowani – Two patrons, one rich another poor, use their funds to support poor women to be independent. 
 
19. Once, For a Change – Moinak Dutta – A fashion designer proves her mettle by taking up a challenge. 
 
20. Pregnant Dreams – Sridevi Datta – A woman’s dreams and desires faces trials in the real world.
 
 
21. Second Innings of Ma – Namrata Chauhan – An exceptional bond between a mother in law and a daughter in law, proving women are soft but never weak.
 
22. Here I Come Benaras – Avanti Sopory – Is marriage the only identity of a woman? A widow in Banaras finds her identity amidst strangers.
 
23. To Be Or Not To Be – Paromita Mukherjee Ojha – An act of crime, a betrayal rips her life apart, now she must rise up to the test and face the realities of life. 
 
 
24. Some Porridge and an Education – Sreesha Divakaran  – Shanta leaves behind her village and her drunken husband to earn a livelihood for herself and provide education for her son.
 
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Rhiti Bose 

 

Rhiti Bose is a writer/blogger/reviewer who is also the founder and Chief Editor of the e-zine Incredible Women of India. She has a first class Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Madras. She has done her Teacher’s Training, PGCE from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and holds a Child Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counselling Post-Graduate Diploma from The School of Natural Health and Science, London, UK. She has 6 years of experience in Education/Training. She has spent two years working with The Refugee Council, Sheffield, UK mentoring and counseling Bangladeshi and Liberian refugee children.
 
Her works have been published in Femina, feminafastfiction.com, learningandcreativity.com, redomania.com and she is also a part of short story collection, An Atlas of love, published by Rupa. Her poems are a part of poetry collections Kaafiyaana and Umbilical Chords: An Anthology on Parents Remembered.
 
When not reading, writing or curating stories for IWI, you can find Rhiti watching Bollywood masala movies, baking or playing with her children. She believes in kindness and love and hopes to spread the same through IWI. She currently resides in Bhubaneswar with her husband, daughter and son.
 
 
 
   
Lopamudra Banerjee 
 
 
 
Lopamudra Banerjee is a writer and translator, currently based in Dallas, USA. She has a Master’s degree in English with a thesis in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her unpublished memoir Thwarted Escape has been First Place Category Winner at the Journey Awards 2014 hosted by Chanticleer Reviews. She is an editor of Learning and Creativity, an e-zine for the literary and creative souls.
 
 
Her poetry, stories and essays have appeared at many print and online literary journals and anthologies both in India and the US. Her poetry has recently appeared in The Significant Anthology, Umbilical Chords: An Anthology on Parents Remembered and Kaafiyana, published by Readomania. Her English translation of Rabindranath Tagore’s novella The Broken Home is being serially published at Café Dissensus. She has received the Critics’ Award at Destiny Poets International Community of Poets, UK and also a Certificate of Merit as part of the Reuel International Prize 2015 for Writing and Literature. Her husband is an IT professional and they have two beautiful daughters, Srobona and Sharanya.




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