Study me

“as much as you like, you will not know me, for I differ in a hundred ways from what you see me to be. Put yourself behind my eyes and see me as I see myself, for I have chosen to dwell in a place you cannot see.”cropped-img_20131225_231803.jpg

Namaste!

Tanushree is a dreamer. She was born in 1991 in an ancient city of India. She lives in India. A passionate reader of good books and poetry. Her favorites include  Rumi, Jeffery Archer and John Grisham. She is a hardcore romantic. She loves the first rains,the morning rays and the simple dances of life. Tanushree gets inspired even from the small ants who work so hard all day long. She loves her life and  tries to enjoy whatever comes along in life.
She is  a mechanical engineer even though she never really wanted to pursue B.Tech. Her belief is that knowing everything you want from life makes life dull and boring.So she goes with the flow, learn from anything and everything that crosses her path. She is very passionate about writing and loves what she writes even if it is trash for some readers because for her loving yourself is the most important thing one should do in one’s life.
She loves writing and although she is just an amateur writer but she would love to write professionally some day.

PS:Write to her at tanushreesrivastava@hotmail.com for any sort of help or query. She would love to hear from you!

cheers!

187 thoughts on “Study me

  1. Gehahaha! I’m highly thrilled for having a look through this post, Tanushree. 😀 😀
    Seems I had a crush with most of the above mentioned aspects that you shared, since it’s a common triviality for me too though I guess. 😛
    “A feather in one’s cap for the idealistic creations she own”\m/ \m/
    Keep posting, gal. Have a great day ahead. Cheers.\m/ 🙂

  2. I really love your blog. It gives me a glimpse of the culture of India. I really love the different cultures of the world, and your blog embodies one of the many countries of the world. I really love it. Keep up the great work.

  3. Thank you for liking my post “The Ants that had to Flee!” – it’s always a thrill and blessing to find another person in this, the “information highway”. I pray something in my writing was an inspiration to you. Thanks again!

    Blessings,
    Rebecca

    btw – You have a lovely name and a beautiful smile – keep up with your writing! 🙂

  4. hi t…..sorry it took a while to return your ‘like’. i have been drifting across texas on a desert wind……i let myself get a bit lost….and the email thing seemed very far away for a time. keep at your writing……speak from the heart….unless you want to be a reporter……there are many derivative authors….seek to channel your inner voice……there’s no money in the game……but the people are pretty cool.

  5. holaaaaa Tanushree…i saw you liked my post..how could you like it?did you understand what I told? that’s great Tanushree, you’re the first international blogger who like my post *so sorry if my english’s so messy*…keep writing Tanushree, one day I will publish a new post in English…and your articles are awesome!! 🙂

  6. Hi Tanushree…I’m Jeyashree 😉
    Thanks for liking my post!!
    Keep your dream alive for you are one of the fortunate ones that seem to know what they want to do and are doing it ! 😀

  7. I have found some inspiration from your joy in writing and finding inspiration in even the most supposedly mundane events. It helps to pull aside the gray curtain that shuts out so much sight and sound, the gray curtain of self-concern. I know I can become reinspired once I get out of my own way! Thank you.

  8. Thanks for stopping by my little blog. Keep up writing. You can always become an author. With hard work and discipline and imagination you can let those words free

  9. Your writing really impressed me.As i am from Pakistan,so the things you have writen about India are good to hear as our culture is kind of same.keep posting good things! 🙂

  10. Dear Tanushree,
    Thank you for liking me blog, please keep dropping by:) Your blog is nothing short of a wonder for me.
    Feralbulb (and on behalf of me sister Rosie, and AstroCop, still locked up in the kitchen)

  11. An enchanting about me I must admit 🙂
    It is heartening to see people from varied backgrounds coming around to express themselves- realising their true potential in the process. So, good luck and godspeed !

  12. Mechanical Engineering, fond of writing, and born in 91. We have more in common than just a blog on WordPress 🙂
    Completely agree with you about the knowing what you want thing. Maybe it’s convenient to because I have no idea myself!

  13. Hi Tanushree! Ha ha, I love your “21 and insane …” posting, and your About page. We have a lot in common! I too have an obsessive compulsive cleanliness disorder, and I love that 80% of your footwear is pink. I majored in mathematics, even though I want to be a writer. I like your philosophy on life. Keep on writing and dreaming!

  14. Hello Tanushree !

    Thanks for liking my poem ‘Timelessness’.

    Glad to know that you are one such person who really like to enjoy and live simple joys of life. Honestly going with the flow requires one to listen to our heart and I believe you very much like to. Live it up Tanushree.

    Yeah and for the passion of writing – keep the flame burning strong !

    Cheers 🙂

  15. Hi Tanushree, I just came across your blog and you write so well and beautifully!
    I especially liked those initial lines that you have written in your about me. Good luck!

  16. hi tanushree! thank you for liking a post on my blog and thanks for stopping by! 🙂
    i read few posts on your blog and i must say they are wonderful. keep up the good work!

    have a wonderful day 🙂

  17. Namaste! I am deeply honored that you are following my blog. From what little I’ve read on your pages I can tell you are an incredibly loving and wise soul. May you always be blessed with happiness and peace.

  18. Tanushri:
    Heloo!
    I had been hear to seek one out of 2 of my nieces but I think it’s 3rd one Tanushri!
    Amazing !
    Being passionate to India I like to write preferably in Hindi!
    having blog in Hindi named – SwaSaSan (“Swapn Saakaar Sankalp”- Making Dream Real)
    Theme is The Great Dream Dreamed By Our Freedom Fighter about Independent India!
    I ask a favor for India from you is to share your blog’s Link at my new WP Blog “Lekhan Hindustani” … if you can!
    Blessings!!!

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