The Shoe Thief

When all your life you have been craving for an elder sibling, God finally gets tired of your prayers and sows the seeds of sisterhood in the heart of a person living miles away, someone whose existence you are not even aware of – how do you process so much? She just walks in one … Read more

A Letter To My Dad #WriteBravely

  Dear Dad, I realize how lucky I am to have you. To think about that day still makes me shudder. What if you hadn’t returned? I’d still be an orphan, uneducated and abused, probably living a life of drugs, alcohol and robbery. Thank you for all that you are, dad. Love, The Son You … Read more

Why Choosing Healthy Snacks For Kids Is Important

Semiya Upma

Women are no longer working in just their kitchens. They have jobs, look after their families; they cook, clean and teach the children. The parental roles in most houses have evolved. The fathers are more cooperative (in most homes) and are more than willing to take up more responsibility at home. The chores are shared … Read more

The Unknown Average #WriteBravely

The Unknown Average

The alarm rings continuously. One of the figures on the bed lies still, the other one stirs. Looks at her cupped palms and recites:                          “Karagre vasate Lakshmi…. Kara madhye…..” She bends down and touches the ground reverently and steps out noiselessly. As if her … Read more

The Secret Of The Map #WriteBravely #Ishithaa

  The third stair creaked as the twins tried sneaking up. This was the best chance the sisters would get as the entire family was sleeping. The map had to be decoded before their vacations ended and they returned to the city. Their mum had promised to get them a puppy if they cracked this … Read more

7 Handy Resources For Bloggers – #Ishithaa

resources for blogger - ishithaa

7 Must have resources for bloggers is written for Day 2 of WriteTribe Festival of Words where the prompt was to share a resource.

The Greatest Treasure In Life

“Will you be alright Teddy? I know that losing a job is not easy, just hang in there and ask me if you need money or anything else.” “Rosa, I will be okay, the greatest treasure of my life is still here. As long as you’re with me, I am the king of the world.” … Read more

My Sunset Sky

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.” ― Rabindranath Tagore, Stray Birds     Sharing this with SkywatchFriday

Meet The Book : The Casanova’s Wife by Sundari Venkatraman

The Casanova’s Wife is written by Sundari Venkatraman. Read Book #4 from MARRIAGES MADE IN INDIA series to find out more about The Casanova’s Wife.

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