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July 2015

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Thank you Molly for taking out time to read SHAMSHUDDIN’S GRAVE. Mother of two, one 8 years old and another just 6months, I know taking out time is very difficult but you did. Thank you for your encouraging words.

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Destination: Shillong, Meghlaya

Barapani Lake, Shillong
Barapani Lake, Shillong

For The Love of Shillong (Travel Documentary) : Located in undulating pine covered hills, the city has a milder climate than tropical India. The capital city of the sate of Meghlaya, India is home to several waterfalls. It is also known as the Scotland of the East. The British legacy is still visible in the architecture and food habits of the population. The Assam style houses with slanting roofs, large number of windows and wooden floors look like a piece of art (and happen to be a very good idea, considering Shillong lies in an area where rains and earthquakes are very common).

Watch the video by clicking the picture.

WELCOME TO MY BLOG!!

Hey Guys !! How about a little chat over coffee?

My blog “The Diary of a Rolling Stone” is all decked up for hosting author interviews, book reveal and book reviews. If you are an author, then you can showcase your book and brag about yourself.

My coffee table is open for all – to have a small informal chat about you and life – one that is a turning point of your life or any other experience in your life. World is full of stories and I believe each one of us have a story to tell. Tell us what you want to share.

Travel is an imminent part of our lives and we all have something to share from our trips. We would love to hear about a new place.

Thanks.

Book Review: Shamsuddin’s Grave by Paromita Goswami

Thanks for your fabulous review.

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Book: Shamsuddin’s Grave

Author: Paromita Goswami

Plot: Latika’s wrecked personal front leaves her completely shattered. So when her ailing father reveals his desire to go back home, she doesn’t think twice and moves to her hometown. She joins an NGO and comes across a teenager rape victim. Much against her TL, Debjyoti’s wish she sets out to trace the girl with Shamsuddin’s help. Will she succeed or end up in big trouble?
Shamsuddin, a daily labourer, somehow manages to thrive in the city. Meanwhile, flood devastates his house in the village. His family takes refuge in a relative’s place where his wife has a tough time resisting to the advances of her brother-in-law. Can Shamsuddin arrange for an accommodation before it is too late? Set in Guwahati amid the backdrop of flood and ethnic turmoil, “Shamsuddin’s Grave”, is the story of migration towards big cities for a better life. (official…

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