Light At The End of The Road

This post has been published by me as a part of Blog-a-Ton 55; the fifty-fifth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with ​Rashmi Kumar, the author of Hooked, Lined and Single and Jyoti Arora, the author of Lemon Girl.    The rain pelted the aluminium sheet … Read more

February 11th

Last of the birds finding their way home, the crickets chirping as the twilight turned to dusk. My Martha sat on the easy chair, the book she was reading lying open in her lap, the sunlight kissing her feet while her spectacles rested on her nose.  Like every other February 11th, she waited for her … Read more

My Identity

  This was a guest post I did for Meena when she was taking part in the May Photo A Day Challenge. Since I’m too pressed for time and space today, I thought I’d just share it here instead of thinking up a new post 😉   The Prompt was to click a picture of … Read more

Smile

  The flip side of the monsoon, which by the way is my favourite season, is that it gets people to think a lot, and they think up the most unhappy things about themselves. Even when told that they are better than they give credit to themselves for, they just don’t want to believe you. … Read more

Vishu

Festivals have always been special to us, it is that time when the whole family and the extended family gets together to celebrate – the spirit of the family as well as the spirit of the festival. On a typical Kerala festival like the Vishu, the day starts quite early. The lady of the house … Read more

Aagney

The kid is unbelievable…. you leave him alone for one moment and when you come back, you’re blessed if the home is still standing. It being intact is out of question, you’ll find his diaper on the ceiling fan, the walls painted with any colour he could lay his hands on, the books and magazines … Read more

Meena Made Meen

When I set out writing stories on Ishithaa, little did I think I would end up finding someone who would come into my close circle of friends in less than 48 hours after we started talking, it could also be because the only time we kept quiet during those 2 days were when we were … Read more

Death

Water is the elixir of life – it is the reason life is, it is the reason life will be or will not be. This having said, think – do we give it the importance it deserves?     Do we actually take care to preserve water or its sources?  What might have caused the … Read more

Blue

Its a Monday,  And the chances are, You must be feeling blue Here I share a blue pic, captured on my camera, to try n brighten your day.  There is something about this pic, many a times, when I feel low, I turn to this pic – every time I look at it, it tells … Read more

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