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Book Review: Bhrigu Mahesh, PhD : The Return of Damayanti

For a reader who is fond of reading thrillers, this book looked quite interesting. I mean I am used to reading Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot and hence I got excited when I received this book by an Indian author, Nisha Singh. This is the second book in the Bhrigu Mahesh PhD series. I have not read the first one but am particularly happy that I got to read this one. The novel is quite lengthy as its a 400 plus pages book (432 to be precise) but not for a single moment you would feel bored. I, for instance finished the book pretty fast as I was too curious to get to the bottom of this mystery! The story is set in Krishna Dwar, a fictitious town in North India which is a popular pilgrim spot (as the name suggests). Bhrigu Mahesh is an ex Policeman turned private detective who works with his friend Sutte. The relationship between them bears an uncanny resemblance with Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. Sutte fails to read between the lines unlike his genius friend. He is called

Yougraphy: Immortalize your memories!

How many of you love taking pictures/ selfies? I guess almost everyone! I am not into the selfie obsessing category but I am a freakingly obsessed photographer. Partly because I am a blogger and majorly because I love to capture all the beauty around me. I am fond of documenting every bit of our travels and hence that justifies the humongous amount of data on my computer. Now how many of you actually turn your digital possessions into print? I bet only a handful!  My family has a knack of keeping photo albums. Heaps and heaps of them. However since the past five years, our travels have been extensive and hence the digital overload but no prints! The reason is very simple. No time to take them out in a pen drive and go to a studio. Suddenly all this looks so tedious; ain't it? Here comes the role of #Yougraphy by Canvera!   Canvera is an excellent venture by HP which is a one stop destination for all your photo needs. The best part? You don't have to leave your la