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Ever heard of anyone who wants to write a 100 books in their lifetime? We have heard of one such person, and her name is Anamika Mishra. Anamika is an author, a blogger, a public speaker, positivity spreader, bibliophilie and much more. We love the way positive vibes are interspersed with beauty on Anamika's webspace, and so decided to interview her. Read the interview where Anamika explains how she seamlessly blends the blogger and author in her.
Thinking Particle is a travel blog, but to call it just a travel blog would be doing it injustice. The About Us page of the blog run by Vishnu Kumar and Vijay Dubey says "Thinkingparticle.com is our effort to make traveling India a bit easier. We are trying to give most accurate information possible about various destinations through our travel articles. We also provide an opportunity to our fellow travelers to share their travel experiences by writing travelogues , by participating in our India travel forums and by sharing photographs." We spoke to Vishnu about their journeys, both as bloggers and as travelers.
Everything that we do in our lives, be it our education, our career, our choice of partner and the decision to raise a family, stems from one desire. The desire to live a life that matters.Some people sit and think about a different life, and then there are some like Rob Bialostocki who go out and actually do it. The result? A Life That Matters, which is a blog chronicling Rob's travels and the things he gleaned from them. Rob visited the BlogAdda office during his time in India, and very kindly agreed to share his experiences and views in an interview. Read (and watch below) as he opens up his wealth of knowledge for us.
Wildlife along Indian rivers
Nature- the designer
Why the Serai Bandipur is every birdwatcher's paradise
Bharatpur bird santuary
Pictorial guide to frogs of Manipal
Everyone wants to be healthy and yet we struggle with it a lot. To be healthy, you worry about the extra time which you will have to take out in your life or the morning sleep you will have to sacrifice for that yoga class. Being healthy might also mean that you will have to sacrifice your food and switch to a diet you don't like. You almost feel judged whether you are doing enough. And then with these thoughts in your mind, health becomes this difficult pursuit resulting in a constant struggle to make it a part of everyday life.
It's that time of the year again, where we will scream and shout, "Holi Hai"! As India's most colourful and fun-filled festival is back, gulaal will blast from pichkaris around every corner, delicious gujiya will be washed down with thandai, and everyone will jump and dance with 100% masti!
Did you just play the the title song of 'The Jungle Book' in your head on reading the title? For the generation that grew up in the 80s and 90s, Sunday mornings meant rushing to the TV when the Jungle Book song started and plonking yourself in front of the screen to be a part of Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera, Kaa and Shere Khan's adventures! As The Jungle Book movie gets ready to release on the 8th of April, dive into the deep recesses of the jungle where you spent your childhood with Mowgli, and tell us your favourite bits about the The Jungle Book!
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Hello. Trust the first month of the new year is treating you well. Just in case, if you aren't able to stick to your resolutions, keep trying. Make an actionable plan this weekend and keep working on it. It'll happen.
Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Sukarat, Bihu, Pongal - Several names with celebration in common. We wish everyone a great festive weekend. A lot of people will enjoy flying kites, while several will dance and many will have special meals.
It was lovely knowing your takeaways from 2017. Now, let us hear your wishes for 2018. Aren't we all looking at the new year with love and hope? It is better to write down and then refer to it regularly if you really care about them.
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