25 Assamese Idioms,Phrases and Proverbs Translated into English

Recently, I happened to stumble upon a blog post which showcased a few gems of African proverbs translated into English and to be honest, I was simply amazed and dumbfounded at the beauty. At the same moment however, I couldn't help but wonder that my mother tongue, Assamese, the sweetest of languages, had a few … Continue reading 25 Assamese Idioms,Phrases and Proverbs Translated into English

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Modernism in India

At the bus-stop, a few weeks earlier, : Bhaskar? : Khurideu, How are you? : I am fine. Long time no see. How are you, son? You seldom come to the neighbourhood now… : Well, Aunty… You know with Himangshu gone and his wife left alone. It doesn’t look well. :  Hmm… Going to Guwahati? … Continue reading Modernism in India

“The Fringe Benefits of Failure and the Importance of Imagination”

  Harry Potter has and will always be my first love no matter what book I chose to devour and what heart-wrenching experience the book might have on me in the future. I do not care if the plotline isn't matured like that of Rushdie's or the characters are not developed as of Hugo's and not … Continue reading “The Fringe Benefits of Failure and the Importance of Imagination”

Mystery Blogger Award 2016

Thank you so much to the bebe of haikus, 'kristenlem' of haikubebe for nominating me. She has written so many brilliant haikus that to pick one as a favourite was quite tough but since I have to pick one, I go for  A Unique Disappointment . My answers for you, Kristen: 1.What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award 2016