Mr. Rathi, a sixty-five years old retired professor, has just woken up from his deep slumber. Having lost his wife to cancer four years back, a hollow heart is all he is living with now. He and his late wife, Mrs.Rathi, were college sweethearts, who sealed their relationship with the marriage long forty years back.… Read More Happy Father’s Day!
It was love at first sight, for me. It was one-sided love too, from my end. You don’t happen to believe in something, unless you experience it. Having never believed in the concept of ‘love at first sight’, it was nothing less than an angelic experience for me; one-sided love- this never was a concept… Read More My one-sided love affair!
Just when I was wondering how come the chatterbox was silent, his flap opened; this situation made me reconsider his once self-acclaimed label of being a psychic. But I must admit, which I don’t too often, that his moving flap was the only way to get the awkward silence spread among 13 of us being… Read More Family of Punctuation on a road-trip!
DISCLAIMER – I urge you to go through PART-1, if you haven’t, before you proceed with PART-2. You don’t realize how daunting your past can be if those memories and their recollection don’t haunt you with your every breath, with every movement of yours. I, Scarlet, am the victim of such past, a past that relives… Read More Nobody knew that the others knew-PART (2/2)
A cool summer day, which is not too often one gets to enjoy, was awaiting me when suddenly I realized the cold winter that my life was about to turn into. Just like any other day, I woke up and headed to kitchen to prepare a cup of coffee for myself and a cup of… Read More Nobody knew that the others knew-PART (1/2)
This day was same for DU (Delhi University or University of Delhi)-same corridors, same classes, same books, same syllabus, except for English literature students. A surprise was awaiting them in their classrooms. It was only 7 in the morning; there still were couple of hours for students to crash into their lecture halls. Meanwhile, when… Read More Chetan Bhagat (the author) in the house!
Birds chirping, sun shining perfectly on the horizon, winter winds by not being too harsh on living beings blowing pleasantly, and the gone shade. Yeah, I daily find a new one to sleep. And no matter what and where I find it, it always goes away when sun gets into doing its job. “Mom! My… Read More Have we started loving others on the expense of ignoring ours?
All in black mood, he rushed out towards the road from the dingy apartment where he lives with his wife. The road so crowded but none of his people to be seen. While walking on those pavements, strolling through those parks, eating roadside vada-pav, he only had one thought in his mind-London. No, it didn’t… Read More India-A filthy Nation!
“Come on. This is our nation’s day. We got to do something!” He exclaims with a touch of pride in his voice. Such are the days that make it harder to single out the real pride, if present, from the delectation of being gifted with an official holiday. It has been more than an hour… Read More Oh! Happy Independence Day!
Sometimes our love for others blinds us, and other times we use our love to blind others. Alarm rang; it already was 6:00 am and here she was thinking how time flies away. She pressed the button on the top the alarm clock to make it stop screaming, an alarm clock which Tanya and Jay… Read More This new house is my token of love for her, for my mom!