Chronicling her journey from being diagnosed with cancer, her treatment and being cancer-free, with Bollywood in between, Healed is a beautifully written book.

The Moth

I was first introduced to The Moth concept when a friend shared a video on Facebook. It was a short video of a woman who was sharing her immigrant experience. She was on stage and shared her experience with a large group of audience. However, her experience wasn’t just another short story. Her story was…

Being Reshma

I wasn’t too sure what to make of Being Reshma when I saw the book at the local book store. Somehow, the cover image of Reshma herself, with her face half scarred, I was intrigued, and my gut instinct made me want to read her story. At 230 pages, I managed to read Reshma’s story…

goodbye, things: on minimalist living

One of my favorite books of 2018 has been goodbye, things by Fumio Sasaki. This was a book that was being discussed at various online book forums and piqued my interest. As it is, I’ve always been fascinated by the Japanese culture and their way of living. As an architect myself, I’ve always been drawn…

A Curious Mind

“I want to show you how valuable curiosity can be, and remind you how much fun it is. I want to show you how I use it, and how you can use it. Life isn’t about finding answers, it’s about asking questions.”

The Little Big Things

The past has happened and cannot be changed; it can only be accepted. Life is much simpler and much happier when you always look at what you can do, not what you can’t do. Every day is a good day.” Henry Fraser

Reasons to Stay Alive

“Time heals. The tunnel does have the light at the end of it, even if we aren’t able to see it. Words, just sometimes, can set you free.” Matt Haig’s journey into depression (and hell) and back is just the right dose of inspiration we all need in today’s world.