Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Certification Help With SPOTO

The only constant factor in the IT industry is ‘Change’.

There is always something new in the Information Technology field. Technical skills, as well as Soft skills, need to evolve rapidly to keep in pace with the upcoming trends. What holds value today might turn out obsolete tomorrow. How does one keep in pace with the evolving trends, and at the same time, prove their knowledge in this ever- changing dimension?

Certifications are a good way to showcase one’s skills. It is a great way to present your knowledge with a valid authorization from the certifying body. However, passing a certification exam is no mean feat. Along with the right knowledge, you also require the correct guidance.

Being an IT professional myself, I found SPOTO resourceful. It is a one stop solution to certification guides, dumps and preparation. The number of exams it covers is enormous. From AWS to CCNA to Python, it offers guaranteed success in almost all the highly ranked certifications in current time.

For example, someone with managerial experience would surely like to go for the PMP certification. SPOTO covers your back there as well. It has well curated documentation and guide to help you clear the much coveted PMP certification. What more, the content is layered out so well that most of the users can easily clear the certification exam in the first attempt itself. The PMP mock test and exam dumps help one get acquainted with the real world questions. What more, SPOTO also offers PMP Exam Simulators which would give you the taste of the live examination. This test engine program serves as the appropriate tool to help one prepare for the PMP exam.

As mentioned, there are several other certifications for which SPOTO provides assistance in the form of exam simulators, dumps and what not. 

SPOTO is definitely a must visit for any IT professional who wants to stay ahead in the race. The times are changing rapidly, and it’s really important more than ever to be certified in upcoming trends. SPOTO helps one in maintaining the right pace and stay on top of things.

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Shaping Beauty With Comfort

Shapewears have seen a growth in demand in the recent years. The desire to look good and in shape has been one of the primary reasons for the same.

Often, one might buy a dress on whim, simply because of how beautiful it looks. It might also fit the person perfectly. However, the opposite scenario might also be possible. The dress may not fit as expected. And one can simply not say no to a costume that has tickled her fancy to a large extent.

So, what can be the solution here? Shapewear, indeed.

Girls, in case you are interested, you might take a look at Loverbeauty. They provide some unique designs for Shapewear and cater to all body sizes, and every age. After all, there can never be any limitation towards looking beautiful.

Loverbeauty has a catalog comprising a variety of Shapewears, Bodysuits and Waist Trainers, among others. They offer free shipping based on your order value, and a 10% discount code just for Signing Up. Refer a friend, and you end up bagging a discount too. Isn’t that great?

The Spring Sale is currently on which offers a delightful discount of up to 60%. One can choose from over its wide range of Shapewears, and avail the discount. Moreover, there are several designs that you can look into, and choose the one as per your liking. They are trendy, comfortable, and suitable for all body types. Once you use any of the products, you would surely define it as the best shapewear for tummy and waist.

Loverbeauty also offers plus size body shaper. They are handcrafted by expert craftsmen so that the customer has no room for complaints. The fabric is soft and guarantees full comfort, and can be worn on every occasion.

The pricing is pretty affordable, keeping in mind the quality on offer. The added discounts are like icings on the cake. If you are looking for good shapewear, look no further. Try Loverbeauty and indulge in inner comfort.

After all, feeling beautiful is also being comfortable.


Thursday, March 25, 2021


whirling on toes
arms placed on waists
her eyes are calm
swaying sans haste

adorned in white
as pretty as snow flake
she reminds me of swans
and peace in a lake

her nimble feet create
a world that feels divine
the one with music
the one with rhymes

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Saturday, March 20, 2021

Blend It Like HerBlend


I love to experiment with the unconventional forms of tea. They bring with them new flavours, while also cleansing the inner self 😇

I was thus pleasantly surprised on receiving this wonderful tea hamper from HerBlend  ☕

The jars of Floral Summer and Vintage Autumn come infused with the fragrance of fresh herbs. The sachets of Lemon Tea are sure to tickle the taste buds, while adding the much needed sip of refreshment 🌺

And I love chocolates 🍬 The Dark Chocolates that came with the pack were simply irresistible 🤤

Thanks for the beautiful postcard with the personalized note. This made the entire package all the more special 👌


A Note To All The Tea-Lovers : If you are looking to try out something new, do get in touch with HerBlend ✅ They offer a wide range of products, which I am sure will cater to your taste-buds 😊

You can get in touch with HerBlend in the following ways:





Contact No.: +91 8493057690

Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Friday, February 05, 2021

Along With The Sun - Book Review

A unique anthology of short stories from the 'Karisal' or 'Black Soil' region of Tamil Nadu.

Edited by Ki. Rajanarayanan, one of the most acclaimed and influential writers in Tamil, these stories tell, with genuine affection and concern, of the lives of people living against the backdrop of the black soil land. Here the rain plays hide-and-seek, sometimes oppressing them with drought, sometimes with floods; caste and religion still form a large part of the social order; cattle and moneylenders decide the fate of populations; and local gods are a very real presence.

Written by celebrated contemporary Tamil authors in a range of literary styles, these are stories that will resonate universally long after they are read.

About the Authors

Ki. Rajanarayanan (b. 1922) is an acclaimed writer and folklorist. He started writing in the late 1950s. With his firm conviction that the spoken language was the correct language to use while writing, he was a pioneer in the introduction of dialect in his works. He has over thirty books to his credit, the most recent being the novel Andarandap Pakshi (The Andaranda Bird). In 1991, he was honoured with the Sahitya Akademi Award for Gopalapurathu Makkal (The People of Gopalapuram), a novel about a community of Telugu-speaking people who had migrated to Tamil Nadu. He was also the recipient of the Ilakkiya Chinthanai Award in 1979, as well as a Literary Achievement Special Award from the Toronto-based Tamil Literary Garden in 2016. From 1998 to 2002, he was a member of the General Council and Advisory Board of the Sahitya Akademi. As a member of the Communist Party of India, he was twice imprisoned in the late 1940s and early 1950s, for his support for and participation in peasant rebellions. To mark his sixtieth birthday celebrations in 1982, he embarked on the publication of this anthology, Karisal Kadaikal. He lives in Puducherry.

Padma Narayanan (b. 1935) is a short-story writer and the translator of numerous works of literary fiction from Tamil to English, including a collection of stories by the noted writer Imayam (forthcoming), Aadhavan's I, Ramaseshan (2008), La. Sa. Ramamritham's Apeetha (2014), Indira Parthasarathy's Poison Roots (2014), Ramamritham's The Stone Laughs and Atonement (2005), and two collections of short stories by Appadurai Muttulingam (2009 and 2017). Her work has appeared in Agni (Boston), Words Without Borders, and elsewhere. Her translation of Dilip Kumar's 'The Story of a Clerk', published in Caravan in 2012, inspired a celebrated movie adaptation, Nasir (2020). She has also translated several books from English into Tamil, and has written and spoken on the subject of translation. She lives in New Delhi.

One of the things that I really admire about my country is its diversity. There are innumerable cultures to delve into, numerous languages to communicate, and a variety of people with whom one can interact. These bring out a wide plethora of stories which have unique regional fragrances in them. Take for instance my latest read, ‘Along With The Sun’, which is laced with beautiful tales of Tamil Nadu’s black soil.

One assurance that I can provide you is that this book will keep you hooked. There are multiple stories, each exploring a different theme, written by a different writer. As such, the writing style and plots are unique in itself. No two stories are alike, but they do have a beautiful similarity in backdrop that binds them together – the black soil region of Tamil Nadu.

The stories revolve around subjects like broken dreams (‘Along With The Sun’), devotion (‘A Fierce Love For One’s Soil’), politics (‘Helpless’), rituals (‘Gruel For Rain’), and so on. The tales are well laid out, and do touch the inner chords of one’s heart. Special credit should be given to Ki. Rajanarayanan for the flawless editing and Padma Narayanan for the brilliant translation. The cover too is beautiful, reflecting the plethora of stories that can be found in its pages.

Though there is a ‘Glossary and Notes’ section towards the end, I felt an index of regional words with their meanings/ descriptions with the exact page number would have helped. Often, when I came across a regional word that I was not acquainted with (and there were several of them), I had to browse through ‘Glossary and Notes’ to comprehend it. Mention of exact page number where that word was defined would have been more helpful.

Nevertheless, I do recommend this book, not only to those who would like to connect with the regional flavors of the beautiful Tamil Nadu, but also to all those book lovers who are in search of good stories. Do give it a try and let me know what you think about it.

Title: Along With The Sun
Editor: Ki. Rajanarayanan
Translator: Padma Narayanan 
Publisher: Harper Perennial India
Publication Year: 2020
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
No. of Pages: 314
Price: INR 399
My Rating: 4/5

Thursday, October 08, 2020

Ice Cream Love From Artiste

Nothing can beat the urge to have an ice cream on a hot summer day. My heart, thus, leaped in joy when I received the handcrafted ice creams from Artiste Handcrafted Ice-Cream
What is so special about this particular brand, you might ask. There are so many variants of ice cream out there in the market, then why 'Artiste IceCream'. 

Let me first highlight the factors that make this brand, well, different. 
  • Not mass produced but crafted in small batches. As such, utmost care is taken on every pack. 
  • Made with fresh cow's milk, fresh cow's cream, natural honey, jaggery and fresh fruits. Thus, milk powder, preserved butter and vegetable oil, processed sugars and preserved fruits are completely discarded.

With natural and fresh ingredients, this ice cream brand carved a deep impression on my mind, heart, and taste buds. I experienced the following variants, and all of them were absolutely heavenly. 
  • Sitaphal
  • Chocolate Roasted Almonds
  • Chocolate Mocha
  • Mango Avocado
120 ML (Pack of 4) comes at a decent price of INR 600. Same is the price for 250 ML (Pack of 2), as well as 500 ML. 

The brand, as its name suggests, also believes that art is about spreading love. This clearly shows in the delectable tastes they offer. I was impressed by the overall service and products of 'Artiste IceCream' and have penned a few lines dedicated to them.
you've often been lured
by deceptions, and falsity
why not then choose
a brand promoting artistry
honest in their effort
so delicious is their variety
you should give a try
handcrafted goodness from Artiste

You can order via Whatsapp (±91-9319960028). They are also available on Swiggy and Zomato. You can also check their wide range of products at

Monday, October 05, 2020

Tuesday, September 29, 2020



We are the tiny specks of this universe. Isn't it, then, obvious that we are influenced by the ever changing dynamics of this vast uncharted space?