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Samsung S7 Edge Review – Rethink what a phone could do…

Samsung S7 Edge Review – Rethink what a phone could do…

It’s been couple of weeks since I have been playing around with my new Silver Titanium Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and here’s what I think about it. This is the phone you should buy, now! Because, this is the Smartest Smartphone out there! So what propels the 5.5 inch Galaxy […]

April 27, 2016
Canon EOS1300D, hands on review

Canon EOS1300D, hands on review

Yesterday at Canon India’s Ready With EOS1300D blogger event, I got a chance to try out the newly introduced Canon 1300D, Canon’s latest entry level DSLR. I had started my DSLR journey with Canon 1000D 5 and a half years ago, and holding the 1300D in hand today makes me […]

March 31, 2016
Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James

Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James

Fifty Shades Darker is the second part of Fifty Shades trilogy and continues from where Fifty Shades of Grey ends. While Fifty Shades of Grey has been made famous due to movie, not a lot of people know about Fifty Shades Darker. However this should change next year, when the […]

March 29, 2016

Back to abode of Gods…

As I sit and write this in a UTC ordinary bus, occupying the last aisle seat before the bench, with day giving way to night and deep dark clouds threatening to unleash their splendor on earth. I am reminded of my first trip to Kumaon, the one when I traveled […]

March 20, 2016
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Is it possible to sympathies or at least try and understand the perspective of a criminal? That too someone who murders with an intent to rob? If you read Crime and Punishment, this is exactly what you would be doing, at least in a way! Since the protagonist, Rodion Raskolnikov, […]

March 16, 2016
The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks

The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks

The Wedding is the sixth novel written by Nicholas Sparks, that I have read and carries on the story in a way from The Notebook, since the protagonist of this novel, Jane is the daughter of Allie and Noah Calhoun, who were the protagonists of The Notebook. While there are […]

March 15, 2016
Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens

Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens

Nicholas Nickleby is the first novel I have read, which was written by Charles Dickens. I bought it as I was on the verge of finishing War and Peace and wished to read more classics. While I had bought The Karamazov Brothers by Fyodor Dostoevsky along with this novel, I […]

March 14, 2016
Fifty Shades of Grey, book review

Fifty Shades of Grey, book review

I had heard about Fifty Shades of Grey a while ago; however I never really thought about reading it, until one fine day when talking with a friend just made me more curious about it. Then last week I watched the movie, which was fine and in a way, further […]

March 12, 2016

A decade of being my own boss…

It’s been a decade since that fateful day, 23rd February 2006, when I started my journey with the launch of YogeshSarkar.com. A blog which was initially supposed to be a medium to share my travel experience and later lead to the launch of BCMTouring.com, which to this day remains my […]

February 23, 2016
War and Peace by Tolstoy

War and Peace by Tolstoy

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy is the second novel I have read from the author, earlier being Anna Karenina. Thing I had loved most about Anna Karenina was the depth of emotions and multiple parallel running stories, which went beyond anything I had read earlier. War and Peace is […]

February 19, 2016