February is more than just Valentine’s Day; it’s also being observed as a global day of book sharing so it also about love for books. Ever since I was a little girl I’ve read a lot of books. Sometimes when I feel like I have a million things to do I take a break, make a cup of coffee and cuddle up in the corner of the sofa with a good book. After just a little while of reading I’ve got my strength up to take care of everything. It’s also a great way to calm down before going to bed. And when Shalz got inspired by the tag #BookSlutThursday and started her own prompt on books I could not stop myself and hence this post on the same. For guidelines and details about this please, click here
My collection for my 1st#BookSlutThursday comes here.
1. Amir Khusrau: The Man in Riddles by Ankit Chadha is not ‘written’ but crafted with diligent passion and dedication. Each page of the book is worth appreciation be the written content, images, the design and color combination, or presentation.
2. London Eye Souvenir Plastic Bookmark is a gift from a very dear friend who had been to London and bought this for me. It is just the thing for bookmark collectors. It is very light weight, easy to slip in the book and its iconic design makes it more appealing.
3. Celebrating the Best of Urdu Poetry by Khushwant Singh (Author), Kamna Prasad (Translator) is a rare book for anyone who loves urdu poetry but doesn’t know how to read urdu. In simple terms you are introduced to the legends of Urdu poetry from Mirza Ghalib to Faiz Ahmad Faiz and Mir Taqi Mir. It is simply brilliant collection for anyone who wants to develop a taste for finest Urdu poems.
4. The colorful note slips, my first and perhaps the last purchase from Delhi Airport’s bookstore. This as the only useful stationery item I would pick from that store. The slips gives me peace of mind with better organization. Neon colors add the spark to the notes. Perfect for To-Do Lists, Ideas, Grocery List, Phone Numbers and Other Information.
5. That is a Daisy Flower Brass Bookmark which was a gift from my mom which makes reading more fun and charming for me. The flower dangles on the outside, adding that little element of joy.
6. Raavi Paar by Gulzar has stories from the independence and pre independence era, this classic takes you through the simple lives of men and women getting through their lives in the backdrop of the freedom struggle. Each of them contains a message that’s going to stay with you long after you have stopped reading it.
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