Favourite Friday #4 | Favourite time and place to read

Hey Guys! Welcome to another Favourite Friday! It is hosted by The Midnight Book Blog. Every Friday, I blog about a book-related favourite of mine. This week, I shall be blogging about my favourite time and place to read.

So, my favourite time to read is usually before sleeping. I love to read before sleeping as I am usually filled with a happy feeling before I sleep and I get good dreams. Yay!😂

As for my favourite place to read, I can literally read anywhere as I once I start reading, I am no longer in the place I am reading. I am in another world. Now, I know that might sound cliched but it is the truth.

So, that’s all for today! What are your answers to these questions?? Let me know in the comments!!

P.S.- Today is Gandhi Jayanti [Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday] and Lal Bahadur Shastri’s birthday. They were two phenomenal leaders of India.
Mahatma Gandhi played an important role in the freedom of the country and taught all of us many many valuable lessons such as Ahimsa [non-violence] and Satyagraha [speaking the truth no matter what]. He is known as the Father of the Nation and many love, admire and revere him to this day. Read more about him here.

Mahatma-Gandhi, studio, 1931.jpg

Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of our country. He did a lot for the farmers of our country and even made a slogan for them- Jai Jawan Jai Kisan. This is a slogan for cheering the soldiers [jawan] and farmers [kisan] of the country. Lal Bahadur Shastri’s death is a mystery to this date and that particular topic has been the topic of several films. Read more about Shastri here.

Mani Ram Bagri with Shastri (cropped).jpg

You can also ask me questions about these leaders in the comments if you wish!

A very happy Gandhi Jayanti and Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti to all of you!🎉🎊

6 thoughts on “Favourite Friday #4 | Favourite time and place to read

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  1. Definitely agree with reading before falling asleep, it helps me sleep so much better too (coming from someone who has some sleeping issues)!
    Also love learning a little more about famous Indian figures, I’ve heard of Gandhi, but not Lal Bahadur Shastri. I’ll have to check out the link you shared!

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