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The Journey

She was a child-bride, just nine on her wedding day. She had cried, desperately hoping that someone, anyone, would come to save her; that by some miracle of fate, the next day would see her in the same white and blue saree, holding her brother’s hand and walking to school. 949 more words

Ashapurna Debi

Darkness There But Something More: An Anthology of Haunting Ghost Stories

Back after a long time to the WordPress blogosphere, with a fresh new update for you all. Do you believe all ghost stories essentially need to have blood-dripping venomous vampires, blood-curdling ghostly shrieks and the deadliest of ghostly fangs? 685 more words

Interviews/feature Stories

The Night Of The Monster

I just saw something creepy
After that, I can’t feel sleepy.
Aaah! Those blood red eyes!
That green and gooey slime!
I’ve escaped it before but not this time. 121 more words

Parenting

Book Review: ‘Postcolonial Indian English Fiction: Decentering the Nation’

By Ajay K. Chaubey

Title: Postcolonial Indian English Fiction: Decentering the Nation
Editors: M. Rajagopalachary & K. Damodar Rao
Publisher: Rawat Publications, 2016.
ISBN: 978-81-316-0758-9. Price: ₹ 895.
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'Flights From My Terrace: A Treasure Trove Of Memories and Metaphorical Truths

Filled with vivid, veritable expressions, descriptions connoting the joie de vivre of life in its small, yet discerning moments, Santosh Bakaya’s treasure trove of 58 essays in ‘Flights From My terrace’ comes across as a remarkable odyssey of childhood memories, nostalgia, and a vivid internal journey capturing universal human feelings. 585 more words

Literary Musings

Spotlight: Princess Of A Whorehouse by Mayank Sharma

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THE PRINCESS OF A WHOREHOUSE: THE STORY OF A

SWAMP LOTUS

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Mayank Sharma




Blurb


Aparajita is a tenacious go-getter. 401 more words

Literary Musings

Springtime in Bangalore

Our summer displays are full of flowers
Jacaranda, Tabebuia, Copper pod laden trees
But before we welcome those April showers
Springtime is all about the leaves… 362 more words

Bangalore