Her Dairy #1

I don’t know from where to start. In fact, I actually don’t know what to start with and why I am here. But I cannot stop myself. Seeing her….a flame of inspiration gets ignited inside me. Maybe somewhere I can see myself in her or you can say she is playing a role of every... Continue Reading →

Love you my one & only BFF

You are my best friend; you belong in my heart. We go through ups and downs, but nothing can tear us apart. I know you as a sister, and I will always care. Love, respect, and trust are the things we share. I know you as a person; I especially know you as a friend.... Continue Reading →

Pain of Love

Wish my all pain were given to you just only for a moment….. Not to hurt you…. Not to see you in pain... Not for revenge... But make you understand how much you hurt me… You are the one gave me the jovious life and you are the one gave me the gloomy life too.... Continue Reading →

Broken Heart

Days passed, nights went away... i am still there but you are not here.. the wet touch of your lips..is still there in my heart you are nowhere around me.. but the sweet fragnance of your shirt is still with me Everyday i pray and hope to find  you staring at me like you used... Continue Reading →

Bodh Gaya : Buddham saranam gacchami

"Buddham saranam gacchami Dhammam saranam gacchami Sangham saranam gacchami.” A very popular buddhist chant which we can every here or there. Buddhism is a religious sect started in india only. This is not about buddhism but one of the most important pilgrimage site of buddhists "Bodh Gaya". Bodh Gaya, is a small village in Gaya... Continue Reading →


I sleep in the clouds, dream in the sky, I'll keep dreaming as life passes me by, I think my dreams keep me sane, I dream of happiness, a life without pain, some people say I'm stuck in this place, and I'll never go anywhere, but in my dreams I've already been there, I know... Continue Reading →

Durgostav: Brief Look Inside

"Pujo-pujo gondho" .. a very familiar and household phrase of all the Bengalis during this period of year. In the month of sep-oct the festive mode gets turned on among all indians but especially among the bengalis. Mostly it is celebrated as Navratra but in West Bengal it is called Durgostav (Durga Pujo). The enthusiasm... Continue Reading →

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