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I was going through some old posts of mine, and thinking of the times and inspirations which had brought forth the words that I had penned down. This post is almost exactly five years old, that I had written for … Continue reading
Like riding a tide during the full moon, on a night the meteorologists have been saying that this when the moon gets closest to its earth… that is how it might be like, helpless and vulnerable, where there is no … Continue reading
Once upon a time there was a little girl who thought her country was the greatest in the world. She would argue and preen and proudly proclaim that she was proud to be born into that country. The country that … Continue reading
It was his fourth birthday. As far as numbers went he officially was a toddler today. But by human standards, he was quite the grown-up. He might not be the smartest one around, or the most experienced but he lived, … Continue reading
This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 35; the thirty-fifth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following … Continue reading
Even with the best of intentions, the pressures of grad school didn’t allow me to submit my full story. But just being short-listed to write the whole story was a wonderful honor in itself. And one day, I will finish … Continue reading
So, I went visiting yesterday, to all my favorite places and places that have been temporarily shut down, much like mine own, which have been prey to the predators called careers and fast life. To me blogs are places, homes … Continue reading
Calcutta. India. Home. And the lure of the Soil. Nothing’s changed but the fourth dimension. And everything’s changed! Red has given way to green. The traffic still bursts open at bottlenecks, screaming and loud. People still throng the roads in … Continue reading