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The Feelings Tag and a bit of art

I was tagged by @loveblossom for the Feelings Tag, which was originally created by Jheel. This is my first ever book tag. So, let’s delve into my experience with literature and feelings. And I have created some stuff for showing you all at the end of this blog post.

Rules To The Feelings Tag:

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and give a link to the blog.
  • Answer the 5 feelings given to you.
  • Write the reason in 5 to 6 lines of why does that particular book come under that feeling.
  • Nominate between 5-12 other bloggers.
  • Give your nominees 5 feelings too.
  • Notify your nominees once you’ve uploaded your post.

Feelings given to me :

  • A book that made you angry : I won’t say I felt angry, I was rather displeased after reading a really old classic novel in my mother tongue. The novel was intricately plotted and extremely well-written. But being more than two hundred years old, the author showcased loads of social customs with unfair prejudice against women. Though it was displeasing, we can rejoice that literature has come a long way after that.

  • A particular book that was educational : Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. The book teaches a bunch of survival skills and loads of practical knowledge. It’s great how such a DIY adventure was written much before DIY was trending!
  • A book that made you scared : I would like to mention the name of a short story. The Terror of the Blue John gap by Arthur Conan Doyle. The story was even more exemplified with appropriate explanation of the horror in the end. I am looking forward to reading Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Let me know your reviews of the book in the comments.

  • A book that made you want to travel : The Feluda series by Satyajit Ray. It is a series of detective fictions in Bengali language set in different cities and towns of India and sometimes, outside India. Satyajit Ray’s picturesque descriptions of the cities and towns like Lucknow, Jodhpur, Varanasi, Shimla, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Gangtok, Kedarnath, Darjeeling, Hazaribagh, and even Kathmandu, Hong Kong and London yearns my heart to travel.

  • A book that you were glad to finish : The Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling. I was glad that I started it in the first place. I would recommend the series for beginners as well because of these reasons.

I tag Aratibanstola, 3yellowdaisies, Apsara, Nehal, Soni’s thoughts, thebookwhiskers and you, the one who is reading this blog post right now. Let me know your blog name in the comments so that I can include the link to your blog!

Feelings for you :

  1. Your all time favourite book
  2. Book genre that you’ll never like to read
  3. Book that taught you something genius
  4. Book that has a character very similar to yourself
  5. Book that you contemplated to read but couldn’t read

Now, I have made a small creation for showing you all.

I tried to draw a portrait of a renowned K-pop idol, Jennie from Blackpink. Here it is :

Let me know how it is! I am really an amateur when it comes to art. But I wanted to share a bit more about my interests with my readers and the superb blogger community! You all are my inspirations!

Thank you so much for reading!

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57 thoughts on “The Feelings Tag and a bit of art”

    1. Thank you so much!😇 I would have added your link but my block-editor stopped working so I couldn’t complete the task properly!😥 😭I am checking it in a bit and will add all the tagged blogs’ link.

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      1. Yeah now its visible… Too good… You are doing great portraits dear… Little more practice would make it more realistic❤️❤️❤️❤️ i am also on learning phase 😃

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  1. Hey great post ! I am glad u got a chance to answer this tag! It was originally created by me…I loved the way u answered the questions!
    Here is the link to the original post –
    Do check it out and tell me how u liked it!
    Also, pretty drawing! It looks soooooooooo good dear! U are so great in art and craft!

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    1. Thank you so much!😇 I’ll add the link very soon. But the block-editor was not cooperating with me so I couldn’t complete the task.

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    1. Thank you so much for appreciating!I am looking forward to share more of my interests through my blog😊. Thank you again for your beautiful comment!

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  2. A fellow bengali?! This is such a sweet coincidence. I love Feluda series by Satyajit Ray too. I used to plead with mum to read me stories from the collection while I had lunch and I ate slower so I could get to hear more. 😂🙈

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    1. Yes yes! Feluda is my all time favourite! I have read all the stories more than 6-7 times, but I still love to read them again and again! Have you ever listened to the radio versions of the stories on “Sunday Suspense” program on Radio Mirchi?☺

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      1. Oh no I haven’t. I’ve been living in Mumbai since 2004 so never really heard Bengali on radio that much. We even had our own record for Mahalaya 😂🖤

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      2. Then you can definitely check it out on YouTube!☺ The name of the channel is “Mirchi Bangla”. You can find lots of Feluda stories there. I am sure you will love it😊

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    1. Thank you so much again!😇 I like Blackpink very much! But can’t name one particular favourite as I like most of their songs!😇 What about your favourite one?


  3. Lovely drawing. Can I be so bold as to ask how old are you?
    Thank you also for speed reading many of my posts. I would really appreciate if you could re-read my best post to date – “India – Empire of the Spirit” and perhaps, leave a comment? Please!!


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    1. I wrote a comment there. It was a well researched post and I really appreciate your comment. But, I am actually a bit insecure to talk about my age😓maybe it’s because I’m very new to the online community. Please don’t mind!


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