Nostalgia

July 26, 2022
July 26, 2022

(Not My) Home: Musings of a Reluctant Immigrant

Despite all her flaws, Dhaka is still the home that loves with reckless abandon

July 15, 2022
July 15, 2022

On books that became memories over Eid holidays

I remember Ma through her books as well, the little of her thoughts and ideas that she could share with the young me then.

July 4, 2022
July 4, 2022

5 common monsoon nostalgia moments

Monsoon is a season such that it is beautiful and miserable at the same time. Beautiful for the people who know and can feel the essence of raindrops, the wholesomeness of the misty weather and the rejoice in making memories under the gloomy skies. Miserable for those who are forced to go places by the flooded roads, for those with internal sorrows that comes to life as thunderstorms strike, and of course the underprivileged or victims of floods! And yet, monsoon nostalgia can be a book that holds our fondest memories. We all have our personal favourites when it comes to monsoon nostalgia moments. Here are the 5 most commonly loved and reminisced monsoon nostalgia moments.

July 4, 2022
July 4, 2022

Make simple but traditional beef dishes this Eid

Cooking various dishes of meat is a time-tested culture of the Eid-ul-Azha festival. Every family has their favourite recipes, and Eid day traditions of Qurbani activities. Nothing quite brings out the foodie side of people like the festival of sacrifice.

June 18, 2020
June 18, 2020

A Life Spent on Rooftops

This place of whatever square metres is a cure to everything, a sanctuary whenever one needs it; for privacy or some fresh air the balcony can't compensate.

October 13, 2015
October 13, 2015

Nostalgia and the flowing life

The charm of watercolour remains. From the splendid masterpieces of Zainul and other stalwarts to the new breed of artists, experimenting and innovating, watercolours enchant us and it would not be wrong to assume that the Bangladeshi art scene nurtures a soft corner for this vibrant medium.