Harika Bantupalli

Harika Bantupalli
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From a regular girl to a nerd or a tomboy, she can be it all. She possess a gift to equally obsess over a fictional character or a latest gadget. A Mass Communication and Journalism Graduate from Hyderabad, Harika hopes to travel the world someday and cover events in her style. She has contributed in various anthologies and currently working on her debut novel.
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Photoessay: Thotlakonda and Bavikonda Buddhist Sites

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Chick Lit, Lad Lit & Kid Lit – Defining Literary Genres

In a world where there is constant thirst for something new, even in literature; literary genres like Chick lit, Lad lit and Kid lit come in as a breath of fresh air.
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