Author name: Dipannita Bhattacherya

I am a person who has her own comfortable world. I keep connecting dots and I enjoy discovering life at my own sweet pace. I am in no hurry, in fact I never was, unless I realised that with the pandemic in place, we are losing touch. Adda and heart to heart conversations are reducing. And I also feel stuck as I can’t travel. My love for the pen and paper has long been converted into blogs for a few websites. So, finally, I decided to own one myself. My friends did push me, I must add. My family, friends, books (fiction and poetry), paintings, food and travel make my world. Well, I like my 9 to 5 job too. My world also comprises of all things supernatural (from Shiv Thakur to Mamdo Bhoot). With so many stories left to be shared, I need a digital memoir where I will bring out stories from my world and would love to hear yours.

5 Significant Shiva Temples Outside India

As per legends and mythology Mahashivratri is a celebration of the marriage of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Actually, Mahashivratri is a day of tremendous spiritual possibilities. The energies and vibes are very strong and positive. Mahashivratri is a huge festival where most Hindus visit Shiva temples everywhere. India has some legendary and fascinating Shiva temples …

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Haruki Murakami Quotes

Today is the birthday of Haruki Murakami, one of my favourite authors. This Japanese writer’s novels, essays, and short stories have not only been bestsellers in Japan but also internationally. His works have been translated into 50 languages. He was born in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan, on 12th of January, 1949. During the pandemic I kept reading his …

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