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What’s your Religion? The one you got from your parents?

Religion.I got my parent's during my birth. But yesterday, I contemplated mine.   I was roaming with my friend on Baba Kharak Singh Marg at CP (in Delhi). Seeing the glittering dome of Bangla Sahib in front, he asked me:"You love going to Bangla Sahib, don't you?" And, without any pause, I affirmed with a… Continue reading What’s your Religion? The one you got from your parents?

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10 Heartfelt Posts That Will Inspire you to Love, Laugh and Live

I still remember the year.It was 2011, December. I still remember the feeling.I had lost two of my family members in October, 2011 and the two months since then were quite a journey. And then one day, I was like, I need something more than diary entries and poems to contain this feeling.But I was… Continue reading 10 Heartfelt Posts That Will Inspire you to Love, Laugh and Live

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What life lessons does Coronavirus teach us?

Coronavirus is causing havoc everywhere.People are losing jobs; some are exploiting all their savings, and some are even without a home and stranded on foreign soil. It has been over 2 months of lockdown (in India) but still, the situation is far from under control. (even though our ministers are boasting of being ahead of… Continue reading What life lessons does Coronavirus teach us?

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What’s the fuss with this love/valentine’s Week?

It's that time of the year, when love is in the air.A day dedicated to different ways of showing love for a whole week. I mean, when would you get that again in a year, officially? But is proposing, giving gifts, kissing the only ways to express love? In many marriages or relationships,Holding their hair when… Continue reading What’s the fuss with this love/valentine’s Week?

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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