A Thousand splendid suns – A Review

“One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs, Or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls.” - Persian poet Saib-e-Tabrizi, 17th Century The book ‘A Thousand splendid suns’ is another masterpiece of Khaled Hosseini. Some say it is better than ‘The kite Runner’ but I would say both are equally …

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Who is the master of his/her own destiny???

Man is a social animal. Men and women can’t live to their fullest without society. People who live as part of society have always better life than people who live in isolation. The person who roams around without having anything, a person who begs in the street and doesn't have a home and a family …

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Historical Palamu Kila(fort) – Missing its Glorious Kings

600 years old Palamu Fort was built by local Chero kings. It is surrounded by dense forest from one side and other side by River Auranga. History says kings who once lived here had ruled the place gloriously and this place used to flourish under its mighty kings. Later it was attacked and captured by Mughal …

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Holiday @ My Native land

During my holidays, I spent few days in my village where I was born and spent my childhood.  The name of my village is ‘Podaruan’. The village is 12 kilometers from the coastline of ‘Bay of Bengal’. Nothing has changed much since my visit three years ago, particularly, the main attraction of my village the …

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