The story follows a baby elephant, May, and highlights the relations elephant families share amongst themselves as well as with humans. Through May's story, the book attempts to touch on their value to our own existence, our connection to Mother Earth through them, their way of life and their roles; and also the consequences of tourism & poaching industries adding on to their plight. The book aims at highlighting our role as consumers in these industries and also our roles as fellow inhabitants of the planet.
Oh yes! A reader's worst nightmare and a time a little more annoying than periods. Actually, scratch that. I'd take a reading slump over periods any day! Thank you PCOD! Coming back to one of the worst things about being a reader (or the only worst thing about a reader?) - the dreadful slump. I've [...]
When your body just completely gives up on you to the extent that you think multiple times before getting up and dragging yourself to the washroom, your mind doesn't particularly feel all that merry too. My health was pretty much at its worst. That's how 2018 started for me. As happy as 2017 was, 2018 [...]
Hey everyone! I know I haven't been regular at blogging lately. I tried getting back at it via my diary entries but it just didn't happen. I don't enjoy doing it as much and I wasn't really able to make them as interesting. You're probably aware of the reason if you've been following me for [...]
Hi Doughie I miss you! 7:11 AM: It's time to hit the gym again! I've been feeling much better with all the exercising and workout. Surprisingly, I've started to enjoy early mornings! So today apart from cardio, the trainer got me to lift some weights and you know I've barely used my right arm to lift [...]
Placard Holder in the Pass by Peeyush Maniyambath My rating: 3 of 5 stars (According to Goodreads scale) In One Line - A well written character-driven story that's refreshing to read and quite thought-provoking. I'm glad this was my last read of 2017 because its simplicity provoked me to think beyond what we normally see [...]