Old Is Gold & All That Jazz

I love the aesthetics of old cars and their timelessness. So, what’s not to love about vintage car rallies. I went just to ogle. The cars were beautiful. People even dressed up in vintage clothes that fit the car’s original era. Amidst the chaos of current day life, the classic cars remind us to slow […]

3 Reasons To Compete In Blog Awards

I’m so excited to share that Sapnadube.com has been nominated for The Indian Blogger Awards 2017! The Indian Blogger Awards are given to inspire blogging excellence among bloggers who are creative, original and produce quality content. This is my art journal and it has helped me to take my own thoughts forward. I want people […]

Happy Janmashtami

When we say Krishna, the essence of who he is, he is an irrepressible child, a terrible prankster, an enchanting flute player, a graceful dancer, an irresistible lover, a truly valiant warrior, a ruthless vanquisher of his foes, a man who left a broken heart in every home, an astute statesman and kingmaker, a thorough […]

On Falling In Love

John Steinbeck’s 1958 Letter On Falling In Love Nobel laureate John Steinbeck (February 27, 1902–December 20, 1968) might be best-known as the author of East of Eden, The Grapes of Wrath, and Of Mice and Men, but he was also a prolific letter-writer. Steinbeck: A Life in Letters is an alternative biography of the iconic […]

Exploring Urban Loneliness With Edward Hopper

It’s Edward Hopper’s birth anniversary on July 22nd. Born in 1882, the prolific American realist painter evoked urban loneliness and disappointment with beautiful clarity. Half a century has passed since Hopper died but his popularity hasn’t waned. What is it about Hopper’s brand of melancholy that has struck a chord with so many? His works […]