I asked the questions that matter of Anshita Tamanna Aggarwal! But first, the book: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Our_time_together_is_the_greatest_gift?id=CBX9DwAAQBAJ&hl=en_GB
Now, the questions!
Welcome, welcome, Anshita! What would you want to be written on your tombstone?
Haha I have actually never thought about it! But I think it will be “In another time, in a happier place, we’ll meet again”
A beautiful hope! What’s the meaning of life?
I don’t think there is any meaning! It’s just an experience for me. I think a lot of people try to find meaning in everything including life. We all want to be logical. But I believe I’m different! I go with the flow. I remember when my mother had passed away. I was angry and I thought of the same question WHATS THE MEANING OF LIFE? We are all going to die one day! So I think life is more about earning respect and love from others and be known for good character after you’re gone.
Well-said! What’s your favorite word?
Definitely it’s “Tams”. I didn’t even have to think about it. It’s the pet name that my mother had. I feel mothers are the only ones who will solve your problems with a smile. Their warmth and affection is nowhere else to be found. They are understanding and very gentle. So Tams is my favourite word as well as my favourite person!
Very good! What is one of your favorite quotes?
I think it would be “Life if well lived, is long enough.” I was really inspired when I read it.
A very inspirational quote! What is the weirdest scar you have and how did you get it?
Ah it’s on my forehead. I remember I was very small and I had just learned how to say my parents name! While going down the stairs I was memorising the name and I just tripped over. That was one hell of a day!! Since it’s on my forehead and is visible to everyone I’m always asked “How did you get this scar”? and I have to keep narrating this story.
Just tell them to come here and read it then from now on! Cook in or eat out?
Totally depends on my mood! I’m a very spontaneous person. I could probably cook in and then feel like I should eat out! Haha that’s how I am.
I know the feeling! Do you know what your name means? Or who were you named after?
Well so the name Anshita means “Beam Of Light”. I don’t want to sound narcissistic but I’m totally in love with the meaning of my name!
Not narcissistic at all—it’s a beautiful name! Thank you, Anshita, for coming to this quirky party! Support Anshita by checking out the book! Then, live your life well by coming here to read some more new interviews!
Happy reading! 🙂