The 31 Days Bloggy Affair

  As the curtain falls on the Ultimate Blogging Challenge today, July 31st 2013, those of us who have worked hard, spent sleepless nights blogging, reading and networking with fellow bloggers,  who have sneaked in to read each others’ posts during office hours, those who shelved their books because they had loads of blogs to … Read more

The Story In The Ad

  It happens very rarely that I get emotional watching an ad, but this one did it for me. If you understood the lyrics, I guess I don’t have to say much more, but since I’m obsessed about this particular ad, I will 😉 It is about a little village where rivers of milk flow, … Read more

Norwegian Wood

  Norwegian Wood is the first book of Haruki Murakami that I read, the first ever Japanese author I read. His works of fiction and non-fiction have garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the Franz Kafka Prize, the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award and the Jerusalem Prize, among others. Murakami has also translated a number of … Read more

Eternal Love

  She fought a losing battle with cancer. A frail old bag of bones, Shar Pei skin, sunken eyes, she was an eye sore for the world. But not for him. He had loved her with his whole being all these years. When she could still walk, they used to take long walks along the … Read more

Tring Tring – Ishithaa

“Tring Tring, the phone rang!! Revathi was panicking. She wrung her hands, tension was building in her. Everything depended on this phone call.

Shadow Of A Smile

  “No Priya, just don’t!!  You are fighting just for the sake of irritating me. Unless you have something valid to tell me, don’t try to pick fights with me” “But Raj, listen, I don’t want to fight. I mean I want to, but that’s not the reason I’m arguing with you. We have been … Read more

Man Who Wore A Sanitary Napkin

  It is not easy to talk about menstruation and sanitary napkins in a country as conservative as India, that too for a man. Through humour and jokes, Mr. Arunachalam Muruganantham, a school drop-out coming from a nondescript village in South India, describes his journey from being a person who saw his wife struggle during … Read more

Everyone’s True Colors

  (Continued from Arti, Bindu, Chanchal I am attempting to retell the story of three friends and how their relationships changed with time. Do let me know what you think about these characters, do you think they are justified in what they say? and do?) 10 years have passed after college. The big fight that broke out … Read more

I Am The One Who Loves More

  (Continued from Arti, Bindu, Chanchal I am attempting to retell the story of three friends and their relationships changed with time. Do let me know what you think about these characters, do you think they are justified in what they say? and do?) “Stop it yaar Arti.” Bindu got up to leave. “Okay okay.. I will … Read more

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