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Review of book – The Mountain That Loved A Bird

Author- Alice McLerran Illustrator-Stephen Aitken Author Alice McLerran takes reader on a beautiful journey of the mountain and a bird. The story intertwines between despair, longing, loneliness, wait and hope, friendship and promises. The illustrations in book are excellent and mesmerising. This book gives its readers a glimpse into relationships and habitat creation in delicate … Continue reading Review of book – The Mountain That Loved A Bird

Legacy for next generations

Legacy... what are we passing on as legacy to our future generations? Are we passing on photos of many extinct/ endangered animals, polluted air and water, plastic landfills and concrete jungles to our descendants? Are these legacies to be passed on? Sitting in ‘modern’ homes, we make so many future plans for our kids. Have … Continue reading Legacy for next generations

‘Heart-breaking’ News

‘Mum, do you watch news daily to know where accidents take place’? Rashi was startled to hear this innocent question by her 3 years old kid. Rashi had been an ardent news follower, and liked to keep herself updated about the world.  She would watch evening news daily at 6. Little did she know that … Continue reading ‘Heart-breaking’ News

‘Women’s Day’ of a housewife

Yesterday was International Women’s Day! “YIPPEE!!!” Some of you might have said. She said “oh no!” Oh, don’t get her wrong. She admires Women’s Day... She had adored it at some point of her life. But now, after a decade of marriage- it seems like any other day. IT WAS JUST PLAIN ROUTINE. She said … Continue reading ‘Women’s Day’ of a housewife

‘Usha’

When we say ‘empowered woman,’ our mind flashes image of a woman in corporate clothes, cell phone in hand and a sleek bag. But, today I am going to share an interesting journey of a simple woman, whose vision and self reliant nature is applauding. Her journey began long time ago in a small town … Continue reading ‘Usha’