Mythological Monologues by Purba Chakraborty

Book Review: Mythological Monologues by Purba Chakraborty | #BlogChatterEBook

The truth remains that many characters in the Ramayana and Mahabharata didn’t get a voice in the epics. Fans of mythology would agree that these characters have stories that need to be told.

Purba Chakraborty’s ebook, Mythological Monologues,  lends voice to 26 characters across the two epics, Ramayana & Mahabharata. 

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post workout recovery

#40NotOut | 7 effective ways to rest and recover during health transformation | #BlogchatterA2Z

Many beginners on the path to good health start their fitness journey with a vow to never stop. And that is what they do! They exercise throughout the week without giving the body any rest to recover. as a result, they end up feeling sore and tired all the time. At this stage, most give up exercising saying that it is too hard and makes them very tired.
If you are the relentless exerciser then this post is for you!

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#40NotOut | Observe others and get inspired | 4 Inspiring weight loss stories | #BlogchatterA2Z

There are so many excuses that people have for not getting on the path of good health. Here are 4 stories of common people who overcame all hurdles and transformed their health. 

All four of them still put in long hours at work but since fitness is part of their lifestyle they always set aside time for exercise and eats wisely through the day. Not a single of these 4 individuals took the help of slimming clinics, crash diets or pills to lose weight.
A consistent commitment to getting healthier was their only catalyst for fast weight loss. 

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How to be happy & fit | Health Transformation and 2020 Goals

Eradication has been the cornerstone of my health transformation journey. The first thing I did when I started is to remove all negative people from my life. Especially toxic people who projected their own insecurities on me and were always in a hurry to predict my failure. Some of these were friends and others were even family members. Today, you all see me as a person who lost weight, I see myself as a person who overcame life’s biggest hurdle – people.

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