5. The open book
Boy, do they have a lot to say. Whether it’s about the book they’re reading, the book you’re reading, or the book someone else is reading, they have plenty to chat about! They may even spill a few spoilers that you don’t want to hear, but they don’t mean any harm. It’s clear that they’re just so excited to discuss the book they don’t realize they’re breaking the unspoken rules! Silly bookworms.
Fantasy books never fail to transport us into exciting, new worlds, or provide us with characters we aspire to be — or at least, befriend. So, if you’re an orphan wizard, a young superhero in training, or just looking for a little magic in your life, these books will make you feel right at home.
Sometimes we all need to break our routines with a romantic rendezvous of the fantasy variety. Whether you’re in a relationship or looking for love, there’s nothing quite like a romantic tale to make your stomach flutter and set your heart on fire.
Being the national capital, Delhi actually has collections of arts and literature from all over the world. Literature from various states, countries all find a place in the libraries present here. Here is a quicklist of few of them:
Man cannot live alone. He needs friends. Something he loves must. Therefore, he likes to live in the company of men or in the company of animals. There are some who love the company of Nature. There are also those who loved the company of books.
Today’s times are those where a second has to be stretched to its maximum to make the most of it. Just look at our pastimes. They are mostly about luxury than about leisure and learning, if possible. Our previous generation had a different take on leisure, and we have a definition that’s entirely different from theirs.
With these beautiful quotes from The Fault in Our Stars, we offer fair warning; even if you haven’t read the book, these quotes might require you to reach for the tissues. But they’re worth it.
Gulzar, one of India’s finest film makers and lyricists, has always been a poet at heart. His oeuvre is steeped in a poetic sensibility, marked by a lyricism rare in the world of Hindi cinema. His journey as a poet began with the Progressive Writers’ movement. Today, he is regarded as one of India’s foremost Urdu poets.
”The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go.”
-Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!