Tuesday, 28 February 2017


Oxygen is one of the most essential requirements of life without which it is impossible for us to survive. These days because of too much of pollution our main basis of existence is in danger. So in order to save us from this cruel reaity. Revolt has introduced a portable, enriched and recreational oxygen which committed to give us a chance to "BREATHE LIFE"

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Who benefits from revolt: 
1. Common people like you and me who want to take a clean step towards health.
2. Mountaineers, hikers and fitness enthusiasts who travel to high altitudes where the oxygen levels are low, Revolt can be very handy for them.
3. Sports enthusiasts and athletes who put in greats efforts in their sport which leads to low oxygen levels in the body. Low oxygen will result in muscle cramping and stiffness. Just a few puffs of Revolt can help soothe these troubles.
4. Pure oxygen also helps regain stress and focus and ups the energy levels.
5. It also helps combat claustrophobia and anxiety of confined spaces with just a few puffs of oxygen which means you won’t have to gasp for air. 

Available in two easy-to-carry cans (slim and mini), Revolt is the best way to move around with fresh air that will help you live a cleaner life even in a polluted city.
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Revolt is available in Amazon and snapdeal but they will soon start online sales on their website too.

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The packaging was good and I received it in just 2 days. This is a very useful product for sportsperson and gymmers. I always keep it in my bag whenever I travel outside. I will definitely recommend this product to my readers.

Sunday, 26 February 2017

"Her Secret Husband" By Sundari Venkatraman

(Marriages Made in Heaven Book #3)
Sundari Venkatraman


The Maheshwaris are back, a little secretly this time!

What do you do if you find a man who looks like chocolate, speaks like warm syrup, looks at you like you were the most precious cake ever created, and he can bake too? You marry him, even if in secret.

Ruma Malhotra falls head over heels and a little more in love with Lakshman Maheshwari, but her parents insist that she marry a rich businessman of their choice. When Ruma's only option is to marry Lakshman in secret, she is left torn between her love for her parents and her passion for Lakshman. Is a secret marriage the solution or will it lead the way to a public disappointment?

Lakshman Maheshwari falls in love with Ruma Malhotra the first time he sets his eyes on her in Ranveer's office. Will he agree to marry Ruma in secret even if it means betraying his parents?

Psst... Those who have read THE MALHOTRA BRIDE might be happy to reconnect with Sunita & Akshay Malhotra in this one. 

*MARRIAGES MADE IN INDIA is a five-novella series that revolves around the characters you have met in The Runaway Bridegroom.

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“What’s up?” he asked, trying to keep the situation light.
She winked at him. “Shouldn’t I be asking that question?” she asked, looking pointedly down at his lower body.
Reacting to her flirtation, his manhood immediately sprang to action, making Lakshman swear. “Cut that out, Ruma,” he growled, sidestepping her as she would’ve wrapped her arms around him. “I need a shower,” he insisted, not meeting her eyes. He went into the bathroom and locked himself in. The place smelled of Ruma. Cursing, Lakshman stood under the cold shower to tame his libido. She looked like she meant business. How could he convince her to wait till they got married? He dried himself with the towel that was on a rack, glaring at the mirror. He needed a shave. But no, they weren’t going to make love, so it didn’t really matter. Just then he realised that he would have to step out in the towel as his clothes were in the wardrobe. Swearing again, Lakshman walked into the bedroom.
“Laki,” called out Ruma, eyeing him avidly. Fascinated, she got up from the bed and walked up to him. He appeared like a Greek God with his chiselled body that was still damp from the shower. 
She stood close to him and raised her left hand to caress his rough cheek. Her right hand was hooked into his towel as if she was going to pull it off him any second. Lakshman clamped his hand on hers, his fingers holding the towel firmly. “No!”
“Huh?!” She looked deeply into his eyes, her brown gaze like melted cocoa, inviting him to make love to her. Her mouth was pouted deliciously, glistening wetly, begging for a kiss. Lakshman groaned deep in his throat, letting go of her hand to wrap his arms around her. He placed his lips on hers, sucking her upper lip. She tasted as sweet as honey, driving him crazy. His right hand moved down the curve of her hip to touch a thigh. He traced the curve, working his way under her nightshirt to encounter her bare bottom.
“Ruma.” He deliberately removed his hands off her and raised his head to look at her.
She stared back at him with slumberous eyes. “What?” A small frown puckered her forehead.
“We’ll make love after we get married,” he declared.
“What if I don’t agree?”
“I’ll have to beg, right?” he grinned weakly. “Please, my love. You know your parents won’t agree to a marriage between us. Doesn’t it make sense to wait until after the event?”
“What if I want you desperately?” She nuzzled his neck, her teeth taking a sharp nip.
Lakshman groaned again, his arms crushing her to his chest. “Do you love me or just lust after my body?”
“Can’t I do both?” 

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Her Secret Husband is the tenth book authored by Sundari Venkatraman. This is a hot romance and is Book #3 of the 5-novella series titled Marriages Made in India. Book #1 of the series is The Smitten Husband & Book #2 is His Drunken Wife. Other published novels by the author are The Malhotra Bride, Meghna, The Runaway Bridegroom, The Madras Affair and An Autograph for Anjali—all romances. She also has a collection of romantic shorts called Matches Made in Heaven; and a collection of human interest stories called Tales of Sunshine. All of Sundari Venkatraman’s books are on Amazon Top 100 Bestsellers in India, USA, UK, Canada & Australia under both #romance & #drama categories.

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Saturday, 25 February 2017

Shredded Chicken Salad

Prep Time: 10-15 Mints
Cooking Time: 5 mints


Chicken- 250 gms (Boneless- Boiled and Shredded)
Brocolli- 1
Onion- 1 chopped
Carrot- 2-3 chopped
Capsicum- 1 chopped
French Beans- 5-6 chopped
Sweetcorn- 1/2 cup
Mushroom- 1/2 cup chopped
Lettuce- 3-4 
Peanuts- 1/4th cup dry roasted
Salt and Pepper- Acc to taste
Lemon Juice- 1tbsp
Olive Oil- 2 tbsp


-Boil all the veggies (except lettuce) and chicken together for 5 minutes.
-In a bowl, add all the veggies and chicken. 
-Add salt and pepper and lemon juice.
-Add olive oil for dressing.
-Add lettuce leaves and mix them again.
-Garnish it with peanuts.

This is super easy and healthy. Lose weight with this yummy chicken salad. 


Tourism Malaysia is promoting sustainable tourism and niche tourism products at the 24th edition of the South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange (SATTE 2017) from 15 to 17 February. The three-day programme was held at the Pragati Maidan convention centre, and will be an opportunity for buyers and sellers to network with each other and develop new tourism products and packages.

SATTE 2017 was jointly launched by the Union Minister of State for Tourism & Culture (Independent Charge) and Civil Aviation, Govt. of India Dr. Mahesh Sharma and Minister of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia Dato' Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, here today.

Held annually, SATTE is one of India’s leading travel trade events. This year, it is expected to attract more than 750 participants from over 35 countries and 28 Indian states, and about 20,000 visitors.

The Malaysia delegation is led by Dato' Seri Mohamed Nazri accompanied by officials from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Tourism Malaysia, state representatives and members of the Malaysian travel trade fraternity.

A total of 32 participants with 16 organizations comprising state tourism promotion boards, travel agencies, hotel, airlines, tourism product owners and a healthcare travel council are taking part in SATTE at the Malaysia Pavilion.

Speaking at SATTE, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri said, “Sustainable tourism development is no longer just a mere cliche, but has become a major contributor to a more environmentally sustainable economy. With the right investment, tourism can be a lead change agent in the move to a green economy by driving economic growth and job creation. At the same time, it simultaneously improves resource efficiency, minimises environmental degradation as well as raises environmental awareness among travellers.”

UNWTO has designated 2017 as the “International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development” and Malaysia is keen to promote its four UNESCO Heritage Sites, namely, Kinabalu National Park in Sabah, Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Melaka and George Town cities and the archaeological heritage site of the Lenggong Valley.

With niche tourism on the rise, Malaysia is also pushing its special interest packages for premium shopping, luxury travels, sports tourism such as golf, and Malaysia as a wedding and honeymoon destination.

As a step towards garnering support from the travel trade fraternity, Tourism Malaysia and leaders from Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI), Travel Agents Federation of India (TAFI) and Outbound Tour Operators Association of India (OTOAI) signed a commitment plaque fortifying each other’s commitment to promoting travel from India. Tourism Malaysia also organized an ‘Appreciation Evening’ where Indian travel agents were felicitated for their efforts in promoting Malaysia to the Indian travellers.   

India is the sixth top tourist generating market for Malaysia with a total 722,141 Indian visitors recorded in 2015. Last year, from January to October, Malaysia received a total of 540,530 Indian tourists. Malaysia hopes to achieve 1 million arrivals from the India market this year.

Friday, 24 February 2017

1857 DUST OF AGES VOL 1: A FORGOTTEN TALE by Vandana Shanker

Vandana Shanker


1857. The rebellion erupts in India. Despite its attempts to stay aloof, NAVGARH, a small town near Delhi, is drawn into the conflagration. And at its heart are Princess Meera and Captain Richard Smith, with their strange alliance made for the throne of Navgarh.

2016, Shiv Sahai, a young Indian art historian and Ruth Aiken, a British scholar discover an excerpt from the journal of an anonymous British soldier, searching for his wife in the chaos of 1857 Delhi. As they begin investigating the scandal, they become aware of the vague rumours that are told in the bylanes of Navgarh – about a princess who married a British soldier to save her kingdom.

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Camp, Delhi Cantonment, 16 August, 1857.
Things have changed forever. A day spent in the company of my old friend Knox made it clear. These distances can never be bridged.
The pole of his tent snapped in the storm yesterday; and for the sake of old friendship, I offered Knox my humble abode. But his rancour was jarring. His determination to teach the enemy a lesson, the unshaken belief in the rightness of our mission– such bitterness asks too much of friendship and duty.
Earlier we went over the battlefield. One of our regiments was destroying the village near the bridge to prevent the enemy from getting cover in it. Elephants were pulling down the walls. The villagers stood by as their houses turned into mud while the monsoon clouds gathered on the horizon. Unfortunately, they were the Jats, who, for the most part, are our friends. We decided that the destruction of their homes and fields was necessary. Twenty-three men – their countrymen – were lying together in the ditch at the back of the village; we weren’t sure if they were the rebels. A party of Rifles killed then en masse, just to be sure.
We left the village with our bags swollen like raisins in water. And who can blame our light-fingered gentry? Armies are said to travel on their stomach.
At some distance from our camp, I can see the sun setting over the fort of Delhi. It isn’t much different from the first sunset I witnessed here years ago. How things have changed! We came with a mission – to know this exotic land, to bring the light of knowledge and civilization to its darkness. Now the memory leaves me embarrassed. These massive red walls made me uneasy even then. Today they mock our camp again. Whatever be the outcome of this devil’s wind, it has revealed the banality of our mission.
Knox’s bitterness is an expression of the anger in the camp. When the cannons are quiet, the silence resounds with confusion, with terror, with rage, but most of all with the question ‘Why?’ As we sit around a small fire every night, the question rages in every mind. ‘Why the mutiny? Haven’t we brought the glory of civilization to this land of superstition?’ These thoughts simmer as we deal with hunger, heat and rain.
But soon these questions will be forgotten. The winners will annihilate the other side. Already I see the madness in the eyes as rumours reach us from other places – Cawnpur, Jhansi, Lucknow. Madness will soon be let loose.
I often feel that the answers that elude me today were within my grasp a short while ago. They are somewhere near, yet unreachable, like the time gone by.
I promise to look for them once I have found her again. For she, I feel, holds a part of it.
So every evening, I try to escape this madness by thinking about her, Princess Meera of Navgarh, a rebel soldier and my wife. It is the third year of our marriage. Three years of tenuous links and fragile understanding. It was only a matter of time before an explosion happened. And it happened that eventful week when Navgarh too burnt in the fire raging all across India. The news that the sepoys in Meerut had rebelled spurred both of us. Did I expect Meera to be a dutiful wife when all her beliefs, her convictions pulled her in the opposite direction? Was I surprised on knowing that she was in Delhi, amongst the rebels? Would she be surprised on knowing that I have followed her as an enemy… a British officer? And as I follow her, I stand here once again, after five years, outside the walls of the Red Fort in Delhi.

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Delhi-born Vandana Shanker is the author of the series 1857 Dust of Ages, a historical fiction set in the year of the great uprising in India. A PhD from IIT Delhi, Vandana is passionate about history, storytelling and art. Apart from writing, she teaches literature and creative writing in Malaysia. She has also taught in Universities in India and Vietnam. She currently lives in Kuala Lumpur with her family and wants to travel the world. 

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Monday, 20 February 2017

Gift the Best for your Loved Ones with IGP.com

Don't you feel good when the other person smile on receiving a gift? Even I love gifting and receiving gifts. So why not gift something to yourself and feel the love. Self love is about loving your own company. You shouldn't get bored when you are single and have no one to celebrate your valentine with. 

I decided to go on a hunt to find a perfect gift for myself. This was like a mission to me because I wanted to buy something simple but unique also. I really wanted to avoid a gift gaffe because I didn't want something which will not be of any use later. I wanted to buy something which will make the gift look like special, seen and wanted. I started searching in the internet and then I found about IGP.com . They have a variety of giting options for every occasion.

The site impressed me with its variety and its gifting categories. They have gift for every single occasion and you don't have to scratch your head when you are looking to buy a gift for someone. I am little choosy about my gifts. I always want something which will be of use to me. I was scrolling through their website and found a good deal on cosmetics and pen. I love make up and also love writing so I thought this will be the best gift for myself. 


VLCC Facewash with Lotus Kajal and Face Towels in a Gift bag - a perfect gift for myself and the price was also reasonable. 

I am good at losing pen and this Maverick Personalized Ball Pen available for just Rs 195 was the best option for a person like me. I immediately placed both the orderes and  the payement procedure was also hassle- free.

I received my order in just 3 days which again made me happy as I was waiting for my gift desperately. 

The gift was neatly packed and bubble wrapped in a cardboard box. All the items were seperately packed and placed in one box.

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STEP 4: Select an occassion and gift her/him accordingly.

STEP 5: Select the best gift according to your budget.

STEP 6: Select the delivery type option and then proceed to checkout.

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-They deliver the products really fast
-They have same day delivery also in 300 cities in India.
-The packaging is neat.
-Good customer service.
-They have a variety of options.
-They have gifting options for all the occasions.
-Everything is categorized nicely.
-The provide shipping to 7000+ pincodes in India.

-The price is on a little higher side.

Ratings: 4/5

My overall experience was good and I would dfinitely recommend my readers to try out this wonderful gifting site. I can even send gifts to my friends and relatives staying abroad.

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Sunday, 19 February 2017

BOOK BLITZ: An Immigrant's Wayward Journey by Lopamudra Banerjee

THWARTED ESCAPE: An Immigrant's Wayward Journey
Lopamudra Banerjee


How far can one truly go away from his/her ancestral roots, filial ties and the claustrophobic grip of traditions and the reminiscence of an emotionally fraught childhood and puberty? The book begins with this particular quest, and it is this quest which gains momentum as a woman seeks the essence of herself-identity ten thousand miles away from her Bengali hometown. 

With the lens of a time-traveler, her narrative journey encompasses her first sexual abuse, her first tryst with death, austerity, the strangeness of rituals, the inexplicable feelings of puberty and also her surrendering to love, procreation, motherhood. In herself-chosen exile in the US, she discovers that deep within; her ancestral roots are also the wellspring of her psychological, spiritual existence. In the process, she keeps on oscillating between assimilating and disintegrating, which forms the core of her journey. 

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Lopamudra Banerjee is a writer, poet, editor and translator, currently based in Dallas, USA. She is the co-editor of Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas, published by Readomania in collaboration with Incredible Women of India. She has also been the Creative Editor of Incredible Women of India and Deputy editor of the e-zine Learning & Creativity.

Thwarted Escape, her debut nonfiction novel/memoir has been First Place Category Winner at the Journey Awards 2014 hosted by Chanticleer Reviews and Media LLC, USA. Her literary works have appeared at numerous literary journals and anthologies (print and online), both in India and the US. Her poetry, fiction and nonfiction and also translation works are regularly published in Setu, the international bilingual journal, Cafe Dissensus, Different Truths, Readomania.com and other publications. She has received the Reuel International Award 2016 for her English translation of Rabindranath Tagore's novella Nastanirh (The Broken Home) instituted by The Significant League, a renowned literature group in Facebook.

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His Christmas Delight by Summerita Rhayne

His Christmas Delight 
Summerita Rhayne

Publication date: 27th March, 2016
Genres: Romance

Caught by Santa!
For Myra, Christmas means supporting her friends. They rallied round getting her back on her feet after she lost Pete, her husband, so she's always ready to help any of them. No matter to what lengths the challenge makes her go. Only she didn't expect to find Santa almost catching her in her wrongdoings. Then she finds that the handsome Santa is Jay, her old high school friend. Now he's changed from a gangly geek to an attractive stranger. After missing out on the dating scene for a long time after losing Pete, she feels the first stirring of desire. But Jay is playing hot and cold, refusing to admit the attraction sizzling between them.

He’s back in Goa just for Christmas
Jay knew Myra as his best friend's girl. Now Pete is gone, but Jay is finding difficult to let go of the scars he picked up during Coast Guard service. He’s home only to help revive his brother’s toy shop. When he finds himself making excuses to stay, he knows he’s crossing the limits he’d set himself. What’s the purpose in taking this further when he knows he cannot be the one to give her the happiness she deserves? But no matter how hard he tries, the scorching flames of wanting only seem to get stronger. How can he keep on denying the attraction between them when she insists on coming close?

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Summerita Rhayne writes sensual romance which is sheer escapism with lots of emotional conflict. She first got published in 2013 and has won contests with prestigious publishers such as Harlequin and Harper Collins India. Writing, she finds, is the only way to deal with the numerous story ideas bubbling in her brain which pop up more rapidly than her keyboard can do justice to. Her pet belief is that even when writing time is in short supply, if the inspiration is strong enough, the story characters get a life of their own and will find a way to make the writer pen them down. When cerebrally confronted with the sizzling interaction of two Alpha characters, the only way to get peace is write their book! 

At heart, she's a family person and even though she loves her medical teaching profession, she happily becomes a homemaker when not at work. She loves winding down with music, movies, cricket (strictly watching only) and social networking.