Muskan Just a girl next door who cherishes everything that the life has put on offer. A travel enthusiast and a big foodie, I like to explore everything around me.
  • An ‘All-Girls’ College… Is it a blessing or a curse?? Right now, when my college is just about to end, I have been having flashbacks of all the bitter-sweet memories of the past. From the experience that I’ve had, I can clearly point out some common things that every girl goes through in an all-girls school/college. Sometimes a nightmare and on other days a great comfort, […] June 12, 2017
  • Parched – The Invisible Truth You rarely come across such an exceptionally good movie in Bollywood, Parched being one of them. It shows the real plight of women living in a primitive village and the hardships that come their way in this so called ‘Purush pradhaan Samaj’. The three female protagonists: Rani (Tannishtha Chatterjee), Lajjo (Radhika Apte), and Bijli (Surveen Chawla) […] February 8, 2017
  • Udaipur World Music Festival 2017 Udaipur, also known as The City of Lakes, will come alive with musicians from all over the world singing and drumming near the beautiful Fateh Sagar Lake. The air will be filled with melodious tunes and the crazy crowd is sure to cheer you up. What a mesmerising scene it would be! This magnificent musical […] January 19, 2017
  • Malana – A Mysterious Village in Himachal Pradesh Though you might have explored a lot of mainstream places in India but some of the not-so-popular places have been present silently in all their beauty and splendidness. One such place is Malana, situated near the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, it is a unique treasure that India possesses. Would you really believe if I  say that […] January 12, 2017
  • The Baap of All Momos What else would you call a shop with a footfall of over thousand people every day and with more than a hundred variety of momos? It is The Variation Momos King, truely the baap of all momos! From Steamed to Tandoori, from Achari to Afghani, from fried cocktails to chocolate momos and the diverse options for curries, […] January 2, 2017
  • The Palace of Illusions by Divakaruni Written by award-winning novelist and poet Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, it is a re-imagining and a re-telling of the famous Indian epic Mahabharata. But, there’s a twist: it is told from the perspective of a Draupadi, a woman who is generally seen as the main cause of the great war. The Palace of Illusions refers to the […] January 2, 2017