The NUMBERS rule

Whenever I think of exams a dialogue from the film “3 Idiots” pops up, “Life is a race … if you don’t run fast … you will be like a broken andaa.” Seriously, that’s become a fact. Marks scored in a 3-hour exam is given so much priority for career, all a student can think of are some two-digit numbers. What one is learning, nobody is bothered. All matters are some numbers, irrespective of the fact whether we are able to utilise what we are studying over the years in our desired careers. A person maybe very knowledgeable but could … Continue reading The NUMBERS rule

Living online

About 15 to 20 years if someone is said to live dual lives, people would think he has got a multiple personality disorder. But in recent years, almost all of us live dual lives – a real life and a virtual life. In our real lives, we are what we actually are, with are innate qualities, traits, physique, personalities. Real life is controlled by Fate, Destiny. Virtual life is controlled by oneself. We give ourselves our desired traits, qualities, personalities, physique. Everything about oneself can be altered with just a click. Some people even change their genders too without undergoing … Continue reading Living online

The Fault in our stars

Truly speaking, i am not good at writing book or movie reviews. Still i am trying. Day before yesterday i saw the film “The Fault In Our Stars”. In my view, this film is the best adaptation of any novel. Whenever I saw an adaptation of any novel, I always found the novel much more appealing. But in this case both the novel (of the same name written by John Green) and the film are equally great. Simply great. The film is as heart touching as the book. The film has that essence of pure love which John Green has … Continue reading The Fault in our stars

10 books that have changed/inspired me

My Facebook friends had challenged me to write the name of 10 books that have changed/influenced me. I successfully completed the challenge. I thought I should share with my blogger friends too. So the list goes: 1. David Copperfield (Charles Dickens)- I had read this book for the first time in fifth standard. This was the first book that gave me an insight about life, the reality. 2. Love Story (Erich Segal)- I love reading romance. This is one of the reasons why. 3. Till the last breath (Durjoy Datta)- My first experience of a medical drama and it was … Continue reading 10 books that have changed/inspired me