Arti, Bindu, Chanchal

  Arti and Bindu lived in rooms at the opposite ends of the main corridor that ran along the first floor of their hostel. They got along really well. It felt like something clicked when they met. Time seemed to stand still for Arti and she was really happy on getting Bindu as her friend. … Read more

Paru’s Umwelt

This post was submitted for a contest at 1HundredWorks. If you like this story, please vote for me by liking/sharing/commenting/tweeting on my story over at their site. Cheers 🙂 Paru’s Umwelt The day had begun like always. There was nothing different in the sunrise today and the sunrise yesterday – Paru slept late as usual … Read more

From Yesterday to Today, the Story of Hope

The master of ceremonies invites Mr. Ansh Kiran, the recipient of the prestigious Golden Citizen Award, to give a speech of acknowledgement. “I accept this honour you bestow upon me, and dedicate it to my bhayya, Kiran. You must be surprised to note that I called you bhayya – my elder brother. I have always … Read more

Beautiful Eyes

They waited anxiously for little Pia to open her eyes. The gorgeous black eyes that once belonged to their darling would now open the world of sights to another beautiful soul. The initial shock over their only daughter’s untimely death had been too much, but her last wish, to donate her eyes, had made them feel … Read more

Why I Write?

Sharing some quotes on writing, before I proceed to my story: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”  ― Maya Angelou “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”  ― Toni Morrison “We write to taste life twice, in the … Read more

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