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PAASBAAN-E-HARF: The Defenders of Magic.

Hello Guys! So this is going to be my first foray into the Harry Potter fan-fiction. I noticed that JK Rowling has not yet written about any magical school in either India, Pakistan or Bangladesh. I wanted to know if there was any school of witchcraft and wizardry in the region, but since I have… Continue reading PAASBAAN-E-HARF: The Defenders of Magic.

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Rediscovering ‘A Discovery of Witches’ by Deborah Harkness

Perhaps, the most underrated genres in ‘literary circles’, and the most bankable ones, these days are, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Young Adult (YA). In recent years, the Dystopian genre as gained momentum, however, this post, will deal with the intricate nature of these so-called ‘non-serious literary genres’. As much as I love the classics, there is… Continue reading Rediscovering ‘A Discovery of Witches’ by Deborah Harkness

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My Ravenstag – An Ode To A Fallen Star. 

I see him draped in black, iron clad armour, Scourging me, with his steely gaze, As though I were his Lady of Shalott and he my Sir Lancelot, I have never felt so frail before. Often I try to look away but he captures my soul, Devouring my essence, I try to escape; I feel… Continue reading My Ravenstag – An Ode To A Fallen Star.