Hornbill Festival in Nagaland

Have you visited the Hornbill festival?

It is difficult not to have heard of Hornbill festival, but it is quite possible that you have no clue about it.  For many of us, Hornbill is a cool festival that happens somewhere in the North East. A festival we have been hearing about from random people and tourists traveling to India. Well, let me clarify that this festival happens in one of the … Continue reading Have you visited the Hornbill festival?

Book Review: History of Japan

Japan: History of Japan: The Most Important People, Places and Events in Japanese History. From Japanese Art to Modern Manga. From Asian Wars to Modern Superpower. by Rui Kanda My rating: 2 of 5 stars Every nation, state or territory has a history to it. An empire is not built in a day, nor is a nation. Their development transcludes from stories of regional and … Continue reading Book Review: History of Japan

Book Review: Conspiracies by Alex Monaldo

Conspiracies: Conspiracy Theories – The Most Famous Conspiracies Including: The New World Order, False Flags, Government Cover-Ups, CIA, & FBI by Alex Monaldo My rating: 3 of 5 stars We as a human race tend to dwell on the prospect of conspiracy. The theories are fuelled by rumours or the staging facts which either turn be true, or at times fizzle as a mere rumour. … Continue reading Book Review: Conspiracies by Alex Monaldo

Once upon a time in the curious life of a coffee roaster

All good things come to an end, or that is what they say. The end of a probable beginning. The same goes for this. The story of the end of a saga. A story that almost began. The fall, the skip, the ambiguity. A time that indicates… … a goodbye. The two years of life. A thousand arrows piercing through with the soulless soul falling … Continue reading Once upon a time in the curious life of a coffee roaster