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Commented on deepa.s's review

3 days ago

While congratulating you on the well-deserved ROD recognition Deepa, I apologize for not reaching this post well in time. Now-a-days notifications are not coming from MS for your posts (as they used to come to me earlier). All the same, it's my fault for not checking your timeline regularly. As ...for the review, it's completely objective and unbiased. After reading many excellent books, finally you have read an okay type book also. Well, it can be attributed to the Law of Averages. And yes, I agree with you that the names of the characters should be distinctive so that the reader is neither confused nor exhausted by their frequent mention. From your review, it appears that this novel is an opportunity lost because the premise appears to be quite a promising one. Hope, you are fine. Jitendra Mathur Read More

Commented on own review

23 days ago

@avishek82 Thanks a ton Avishek. Jitendra

Commented on deepa.s's review

Feb 17, 2018 02:03 PM (Updated Feb 17, 2018 02:04 PM)

Wow ! Wow Deepa ! I am by no means confused by your review. And to be frank and straight, I would like to read this book without any delay. Yes, it is well-established that truth is (or can be) stranger than fiction. Besides, the lines between fact and fiction in the life of fiction-authors do get b...lurred, quite naturally and unsurprisingly, for they tend to live the story with its characters. Hearty thanks and compliments for penning this review. Hope, you are fine. Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on own review

Jan 30, 2018 05:19 PM

@ EarnesTaster Hearty thanks Prashanth. Jitendra Mathur

Commented on deepa.s's review

Jan 27, 2018 01:45 PM

Hmmm ! So Deepa S. has read an emotion-soaked novel this time seeking a diversion from humour and suspense. The story as detailed out by you in the review is just very very good and the readers of your review have got a glance of the stuff spread in the pages of the book. I am a highly emotional per...son and this must be a book which I should read without any apprehension or hesitation. Hearty thanks Deepa for introducing your readers to the book. And happy suspense-filled reading now as you have planned. Take care. Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on deepa.s's review

Jan 22, 2018 03:29 PM (Updated Jan 22, 2018 03:30 PM)

That's an admirable review of a book that you read through ears. Now I can imagine the boosting up of your own appetite Deepa while you were listening to the narration. You have enjoyed the book to the full as your review conveys. Perhaps now-a-days you are listening to the audio-books more than rea...ding the printed books. Thanks for sharing your take on this mystery. It's indeed commendable to pen a mystery in the Victorian set-up while living in today's world. Wish to read it some day. Hope, you are fine. Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on own review

Jan 20, 2018 09:05 AM

@deepa.s Thanks a ton Deepa. The reasons for reluctance to write on MS are obvious and need not be explained. However now may I request you to watch this movie which is indeed a well made one and I assure you that you will like it very much. Jitendra

Commented on own review

Jan 02, 2018 04:23 PM

@Reviewbhai Hearty thanks for the rating and the comment. Jitendra Mathur

Commented on own review

Jan 02, 2018 04:22 PM

@consumer_1 The difficulty in writing on this forum lies in the defective administration, policies and environment prevailing here Sethi Saheb. All the same, hearty thanks and new year wishes. It's not a whodunit. All the same, the curiosity of the viewer is nowhere diluted and the courtroom dr...ama is damn impressive. Insaaf Ka Mandir Hai Yeh Bhagwaan Ka Ghar Hai is from movie - Amar (1954). Please do watch this movie on internet Sethi Saheb. I am sure, you will like it very much. Jitendra MathurRead More

Reviewed Insaaf Ka Mandir (1969)

Jan 02, 2018 11:46 AM 256 Views

(Updated 23 days ago)

Nothing happens in this world or in an individual’s life before the right time for that thing to happen arrives. This assertion has proved to be true for me in the context of several things in my life. And as Joseph Murphy asserts in his bestseller book – ‘The Power of Your Subconscious Mind’ – If y... Read more

Commented on deepa.s's review

Dec 23, 2017 09:06 AM (Updated Dec 23, 2017 09:07 AM)

Till date, I have read only one mystery with a Christmas backdrop and it's the classic mystery of Agatha Christie - 'Hercule Poirot's Christmas' (also published under the title - 'A Holiday for Murder'). This book must definitely be an interesting one as can be derived from your review Deepa. It's i...ntriguing to know that you were on the verge of leaving it in between more than once. All the same, you kept on reading and got the fruit of your patience in the form the final twists in the climax which proved to be a pleasant surprise for you. Perhaps the climax more than made up for the slow pace of the bulk of the stuff (which might be the build-up for the climax). Thanks for sharing your take and hearty congrats for the ROD recognition. Merry Christmas ! Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on deepa.s's review

Dec 23, 2017 08:58 AM (Updated Dec 23, 2017 08:59 AM)

I am sorry for visiting this splendid review of undoubtedly a splendid book so late Deepa. I am glad that now you are enjoying heart-winning books through your ears. Getting a glimpse of this book through your laudable review, I can safely bet my shirt upon it that it's a gem of a fiction-work. Let ...all of us find the beauty in our ugly trees Deepa. Like Muriel, I have also got this lesson which I have to absorb in my psyche, personality and eventually life. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for penning this review and hearty congratulations for the well-deserved ROD recognition. Wishing you and all of your beloveds a Merry Christmas, Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on deepa.s's review

Nov 20, 2017 09:57 AM (Updated Nov 20, 2017 09:59 AM)

Any book by PGW to be considered as worthy of a rating less than 5 stars can be an exception only. Such a brilliant author he was ! Unmatchable in the field of humorous writing ! This book is definitely my cup of tea and will try to read it ASAP. Hearty thanks and compliments Deepa for presenting a ...compact yet lively review of the book. The way any PGW fan always expect the best only from his books, the same way your readers also expect the best only from your reviews. Hearty congrats for the well-deserved ROD recognition. Hope, you are fine and doing well. Take care. Jitendra MathurRead More

Commented on own review

Nov 17, 2017 08:26 AM

@Bookish It's a seven years old review Sandeep. I am not active on this site. However it's nice to see you as active again. Jitendra

Commented on own review

Nov 11, 2017 04:24 PM (Updated Nov 11, 2017 04:25 PM)

@jayanttilak Hearty thanks Jayant Ji. Indeed we are grateful to those great lyricists and composers. I also agree with your choice of additional songs suggested by you.

Commented on own review

Sep 15, 2017 01:55 PM

@vibhag Thanks a ton for the esteemed visit and the admiring comment. Jitendra Mathur

Commented on avishek82's review

Aug 02, 2017 03:14 PM

Your post has made me nostalgic Avishek. Banchharam is an established brand name. Now I am able to recall my days in Kolkata (then Calcutta) of the period 1988-1992 when I used to taste the dishes (both sweet and savoury) of Banchharam.

Commented on cyrax's blog

Being Grateful

Aug 02, 2017 08:02 AM

You have snatched words from my mouth Cyril. I endorse each and every letter of this blog. It echoes my own feelings. To me, being ungrateful is the biggest sin of the world which should attract maximum possible penalty from the Lord. I am also a professional and have been working in various privat...e and public sector companies for the past quarter of a century. I firmly believe, like you, that being paid for a job is one thing which does not and should not prevent people from expressing gratitude. And in the life outside the workplace, the trait of being grateful becomes all the more important. The moment, we render a particle of ungratefulness towards someone who has done something (big or small) for us, we lose an invaluablewarm relationship. Hearty compliments brother for this gem of a blog.Read More

Commented on own review

Jul 14, 2017 07:10 AM

@shabanasb45 Hearty thanks Shabana Ji. I agree with you.

Commented on own review

Jul 11, 2017 07:36 AM

@Yogeshpalariya Hearty thanks for the esteemed visit and the generous comment. Jitendra Mathur