SHORT STORIES/MICRO TALE · storytelling

Cough Cough (World No Tobacco Day)

A train from Mumbai Central gained some speed as passengers were settling down. Kids grabbing the window seats; Sharma Ji sinking his eyes in The Economic Times; Miss Fernandes pleading for a lower berth seat for her grandma; Mr. Oberoi and his 3 friends spreading a blanket in between them to play cards; and the… Continue reading Cough Cough (World No Tobacco Day)

Poetry · storytelling

Ghar Par Bandi (Locked at House due to lockdown)

Kya aap bhi pareshaan ho, ki ghar par bandi ho?Chahe fir wo ghar walo ke saath roz ki bhasad, ya fir business me cha rahi mandi ho...? To suno.... Waqt kabhi kehkr nahi ata, wo bas kehkar leleta hai!khushnasib hai wo,jo use haske seh leta hai... Kyunki apni pareshania to sabko badi lagti hai,kisko khane… Continue reading Ghar Par Bandi (Locked at House due to lockdown)

Quotes/Thoughts · storytelling

Dil Ki Baat (Straight from the Heart)

Arranged marriages can be complicated at times. Even today, two people get tied for eternity even without knowing each other.And a communication gap ensues.However, love or arranged, a marriage requires love to blossom beautifully. And who said love can't be found in an arranged marriage? It can if both the people are commited to make it… Continue reading Dil Ki Baat (Straight from the Heart)

SHORT STORIES/MICRO TALE

The Last Letter From His Father

When Sam was a kid, his father used to keep rewards and punishments, a surprise. Sam sometimes got a dessert on flunking an exam, but also got grounded sometimes for doing something good. The only exception was the star (a silver-colored plastic cutout) that he received whenever he gave his 100 percent, irrespective of results.… Continue reading The Last Letter From His Father