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Hindi writer joint, join us!

Thank you very much Sunny (sunnymca.wordpress.com) for this brilliant suggestion, now I alongwith some of my Hindi lover friends are trying to create a group of genuine Hindi lovers, who have some time to squeeze out and read+write Hindi stuffs, they can be poems, stories or just scribbles in hindi font or English font but hindi words. 103 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Thursday Scribblings 30.7.15

Law 20 of 48 laws of power by Robert Greene says Do not commit to anyone.

Now Indian politicians sure follow this rule from heart. You will see them changing policies, principles, parties every election ;) 53 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Mon- Ah, Wednesday round up!

Apparently I am now that person who posts sporadically and can’t even remember when Monday is. Maybe it’s just that things have been so busy and I have SO many balls in the air right now that I just can’t keep track of where I am. 425 more words


Tuesday Reminders 4.8.15

today is TUESDAY and the day after tomorrow is THURSDAY that means I am already waiting eagerly to read what you are going to write for our little venture to bring a group of Hindi writers and readers together! 38 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Tuesday Reminders 4.8.15

It’s TUESDAY the day after today is THURSDAY, if you are a Bengali writer looking for readers, or a Bengali reader looking for writers join me, share your post’s link here or in the Thursday Words Bangla galposalpo, the weekly post. 14 more words


for tagore rabikare agnishatdal poem 5

Well, ever since reading in an article how English is slowly replacing vernacular languages I decided to try the two I know, Bengali and Hindi, Now, I don’t have a software that wont meddle with my computer and allow me to write in Hindi or Bengali so I tried another style, simply writing and taking photographs, that will perfectly fit with my style of poems mingled with paintings, so this is the first book of that style, at first 35 Bengali poem, then 35 English poem capturing its inner meaning. 83 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Wanderlust: Dallas and NYC

I went to two writers’ conferences, in two different states in two consecutive weekends. It might seem crazy, but for me crazy works.

Though extremely tired and facing the consequences of eating breakfast at that random place nobody visits in Newark Liberty’s food court, it’s hard to put into the words the satisfaction I felt as I boarded my plane from Newark to San José. 1,331 more words