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96 Tamil Movie Review

96 movie review Grey Husky There is a nervous energy among the audience throughout the movie somewhat reflecting one of the lines from the film. "Something wrong won't happen, right?" Delivered by one of the best friends of the lead pair as she looks at them. 96 is about a school reunion for the batch… Continue reading 96 Tamil Movie Review

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Book Review – The Secret of the Nagas By Amish Tripathi

-By Soul Sword- The Secret of the Nagas is the 2nd book of The Shiva Trilogy Series by Amish Tripathi. This book is my favourite of the series, as it has a lot of plot twists, action, philosophy and of course, the vivid description of ancient India. This review contains spoilers from Book 1 of… Continue reading Book Review – The Secret of the Nagas By Amish Tripathi

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K-beauty: Innisfree Obsession

- by Winter Wings K-Beauty- Life is tough on your skin, why not give it a try! Everyone’s skin is unique, and understanding your own skin is a big concern. My skin is extremely sensitive. I have battled redness and breakouts my entire life. I am someone who doesn’t believe in those facials at the… Continue reading K-beauty: Innisfree Obsession

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Eating Norms In Chennai During 1970’s

By Brave Flower & Soul Sword- “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ― Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own Back in the 1970’s, before the apartments came up, Madras (now known as Chennai) used to house big multi-storeyed houses. These big houses were divided into smaller portions with… Continue reading Eating Norms In Chennai During 1970’s

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Coffee and South India

I was introduced to coffee at a very young age like many other South Indian kids. I don’t remember how old I exactly was but I remember dunking biscuits into my coffee and then crying when they fell into the cup. It’s a routine. The day starts with coffee, or else it doesn’t. Our culture… Continue reading Coffee and South India