I have been blogging for quite some time now and have gathered a few genuine readers. As important it is to keep writing my heart’s many eccentricities, it is equally important (if not more) to get honest feedback. Because I feel reviews and feedback are a very essential part of personal development.Read More »
People who know me know that my Hindi is comical (definitely not a thing to be proud and I’m not). While speaking I forget half of the words and for the other half I end up using Marathi substitutes 😛 So it generally is a task for the other person to decipher what I mean to say.
After a seemingly unending day at work, my sluggish Monday was made bearable by a cup of hot tea (bless my mom). But tea was served along with complex thoughts about the days blending into one another, the existence of an artificial measurement of time and …Wait, hop on the train of my thoughts!
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Love makes and breaks you. It leaves you a totally different person! It’s all good when you are happily in love, but when it goes downside…you are stranded in a too familiar looking world. Every nook and corner of which keeps reminding you of the Blissful time that you had, all that you were and that you can no longer be…
I have been eyeing the Photo Prompt Portal posted by Sue Vincent for the entire week now. It’s such an intriguing click. So many plots ran through my mind and I tried writing on a few of them. But somehow I couldn’t. The images of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Ashfaqulla Khan, Ram Prasad Bismil and all the fearless Freedom Fighters who proudly walked up to the gallows through such narrow passages is stuck in my mind!
Neighbours, are the most popular subjects in our Indian society. Woh bajuwale ‘Sharma aunty’ ki beta and beti are the kids each parent talks about. Those kids, to top it off, are good at everything and we have to somehow live up to their standards. And that ‘Sharma aunty’ too is forever interested in our lives, “Marks kitna mila?”, “shadi kab karni he?” and everything.