I was hurtling as speedily as my feet could. It wasn’t all easy to match up with a tall person’s walk, especially when one grows only five feet tall. Me and my tall friend were up for our daily evening after work chase to the bus stop. Neither of us had ever made it on… Continue reading Fifty Rupees Dude!
Tinge of orange had filled in the faded sky, whoosh of wind added to the pleasant evening but the unforgiving uproar from neighbours jaded scooter disturbed Era. She was busy getting her holiday homework done. Even though it was just the beginning of her summer vacations, she was adamant to get it out of way… Continue reading My Dear Wife
For some unknown reason we humans are obsessed with light skin colour. It makes them feel envious and dejected irrespective of personal triumphs and gained glory. We judge another human, their level of knowledge and smartness on the basis of their skin colour. Some are denied opportunities because they are not as appealing as people… Continue reading Skin Colour
In the era of competition, disappointment's and urge to be better then the other, parents seek to draw outline of security for their kids. They either guide their child towards their aspiration or put out their desires straightforward. They dont think bad for the child but they do cut off their wings even before their… Continue reading Message to all the parents out there….
Era had never ever spent her night elsewhere besides her own dwelling. Hotel rooms were an exception during her summer trips with her family. But above and beyond the need to stay back at a relatives or friends had never ever arrived. And neither had she realised this until she was packed off for just… Continue reading Borderline OCD
In our fast paced world we hardly have any time to help ourselves then dig in to help other people. Our thirst to match up with other peoples wealth, our list of never ending desires is making us work round the clock leaving with no time to deal with things that need our attention. Most… Continue reading Be there for your family and friends….
Pooja was eighteen when she was dressed in her mum’s bridal outfit and sent off to her husband’s house. This had happened two months post her completion of legal marriage age. She wasn’t depressed because she knew what was coming her way and in fact was a little too excited to marry the love of… Continue reading Driving lessons to be a doctor!