Category Archives: Research

Why Writing Isn’t As Easy As It May Seem

Every educated person who’s been to school can read as well as write. No big deal! We write on a daily basis, don’t we? Emails, documents, blogs, FB posts, and even comments on something we like or dislike. So what’s … Continue reading

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Daughters of ‘Mother India’

Why feminism doesn’t mean ‘making villains out of men’, and how women can empower themselves. Continue reading

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Writing Practice or “Free Writing”

Being an avid reader, I know the importance of fine and powerful writing skills that touch the readers’ hearts and penetrate it. However, after releasing my first book – an amateur detectives’ adventure fiction – I realized that I had … Continue reading

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The Photographs in my Book

As committed earlier, I’m posting the photographs used in my book, The Valentine’s Day Clue, along with the description I’ve added for each. (*Please note that all these pictures n’ photographs, as well as the description provided herein are copyrighted): … Continue reading

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My Adventures in Researching for Writing

What can a writer do to confirm a theory he/she has written about? Here’s what I did: For the first book in the detective adventure series that I’m writing, I had a situation where the protagonist, Sandy, is tied with … Continue reading

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Sinhagad Fort, Pune

As part of my research for the book, “Nayak Brothers: The Valentine’s Day Clue”, I looked into the history, as well as the current state of Sinhagad Fort. This is an excerpt from it: Garh or Gad in Marathi or … Continue reading

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History of Pune – A Guide

There’s no denying that we all are obsessed with our work lives, mostly because we spend so much of our time at work. But there are so many other things in the world worth knowing, worth experiencing, worth looking at … Continue reading

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