Non Existential Tomorrow

Four months ago, I decided to write a blog post every alternative day and I ended up not writing even one during all this time. I suck at meeting deadlines and yet I arrive everywhere right on time. Two absolutely contrasting constraints, one would say. This is my problem and I must deal with it,Continue reading “Non Existential Tomorrow”

Illusions

If world was simple and transparent, feelings would become monotonous and sad, eventually. The world is complexed, layered and hence it calls for judgment and constant improvement on thoughts and actions. All actions result in the desire of achieving an objective. An objective, once achieved, becomes boring and hence rises a desire for a newContinue reading “Illusions”

Reboot

This has to be the longest duration of time I have been absent from the blog. It is not that I didn’t want to write, but when do we ever get what we want? I just couldn’t or perhaps I should write, I just didn’t. When the number of people around you grows, you startContinue reading “Reboot”

Whispers

Of late, I am highly fascinated about the origin of whispers. Whispering is, without doubt, the most unnoticed gesture in the human communication. Whispers sometimes are agreement and at other times disapproval. Sometimes, whispers carry love from lips of one lover to the ears of the other and at others they carry curses for aContinue reading “Whispers”

Time

Have you ever wondered about the design of time? Well, I have. It exists as naturally as the constant vibration of the cosmos, and as artificially as the tick of the second hand of a wall clock. The passage of time reflects in everyday life as effortlessly as breathing. Time serves the same purpose toContinue reading “Time”

The Torn Earlobe

‘I didn’t mean to tear apart his earlobe!’ I said to my cousin. ‘Oh comeon! You continuously hit him right on his ear!’ He said, reminding me that it was me who was in trouble, yet again. ‘So, what do we do now?’ I asked my cousin who was equally terrified. ‘Let’s go to NowsheraContinue reading “The Torn Earlobe”

Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney, the book, tagged as an anthology of tasteful short fiction, was launched on the eve of Indian Independence Day of 2014 at Cha Bar, Oxford Bookstore, Connaught Place. The book contains twenty six stories written by twenty six exceptional writers, bloggers, authors and social media celebrities on various topics. Incidentally, there happens toContinue reading “Mango Chutney”

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