Agnijaat Jyeshtha begins with a fun Jamai Shashthi cartoon. Well, let us hope that things will get better after vaccination. Let us simply pray that things will get better and people won’t starve.
Indie Author Speaks: Reading and writing- A good author must be a good reader. A good speaker should be good listener.
FTQFS: There is a beautiful world outside kitchen.
Techbabble: Microsoft products are really becoming more and more user unfriendly and irritating.
India Now: Indian Hypocrisy 2 – Another harsh and true piece. Really grim side of Indian society has been shown in these two pieces.
SOS: Million dollar truth- worst people are those who hide their fury, venom behind sweetness and charm.
Intriguing Tales: Never ever judge a book by its cover!
History of India: Interesting piece about entry of Aryans in India.
My Pen: of journalists 2: If we don’t stand up for honest journalists we are digging our own grave.
Fun and Frolic section:
New pic for the section, a cute hedgehog! it was followed by a pretty painting and a beautiful photograph.
New Poetry by Scott Hastie: Mr. Hastie’s poetry is really fabulous.
Corona virus pandemic poem by Graham Clingbine: Wonder if it is grim or just multicolored observation.
Pikatron November 2019 critique by Editor: Will have to get the newsletter from Troy or Agni.
X files : Never liked the series. I utterly dislike the lead actors, both of them!
Indian Raga Now:
Krishna Chatterjee- Just love her.
SPOTLIGHT ON- Jackie Chan- Have watched a few movies by him, he is really good!
Window to West – King Lear: I really want to watch some good portrayals of Shakespeare works, not cheesy, altered ones, genuine ones so look for this one.
Baishakh Shots: Four lovely shots!
Youtube channel: Already checked them all out.
Storytime: poetry from Patreon: great message.
Ganga Saptami: Another river’s birthday, this time Ganges. Beautiful story of her descent, I have read them all before but not at one place.
Theme: lillies- Seven exquisite paintings.
The cartoon Mr Stick: Another dose of reality. How our politicians change colour after being elected.
In the end quite enjoyed the Ezine, and its colourful sketches/paintings especially they are refreshing and pretty!
That is it I guess! See you again next month, and thank you Agni/Sharmishtha for translating my works!
By the way if you see any other Labanya in Sharmishtha’s social circle that will not be me. I don’t use my pen name [Labanya] in social media, use the real one.