Click here to read Part I Part IV Falling? Was my nightmare coming true? Would the sky engulf us all? Or, just a few of us? After I hung up, George came up to me, eyebrows raised. I nodded my head, perplexed. “Peter can see a white sky” He said “An empty canvas, he said. […]Read More The Sky is Falling #4
Click here to read Part I Part III All the students were seated, when I reached the classroom. I kept my diary on the table and turned towards them, a book on Ancient Civilizations in hand. “Let’s begin our class” I said, slowly, making up my words, “The climate is changing fast” I scanned the […]Read More The Sky is Falling #3
Click here to read Part I Part II “How can it change? Is it some scientific phenomena? Apocalypse? Is this the end?” I was pacing the room, impatient. “You say it was red?” George asked. He was sitting on the sofa, legs crossed and an expression of excitement like a 5-year old, pasted on his […]Read More The Sky is Falling #2
Hello readers! I hope you all are doing well 😊 I’ll take a moment to thank you all for cheering me on and supporting me in this journey of self discovery. I am ever grateful to everyone. I’ve discovered that gratitude takes very little time yet, is fulfilling. Right now, I am in the midst […]Read More The Sky is Falling #1
My father is 49 and he has loads of stories to tell. Stories, perhaps one of the things that are easily stripped off its real value, are really more important than we make it sound. Everyday, can be a story if you think about it. While it enhances memory, I believe stories have an effect […]Read More Stories
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If we are not careful and patient then who knows how disastrous this might get .
17/05/2020 I’ve avoided writing about my feelings for a long time now. I was afraid, that it would all come out incoherent and macabre, that sudden realisation would kill me. Denial seemed easier, fake yet the facade could hide the cracks effectively. Now, as we are bobbing up and down the crisis, now that my […]Read More Nocturnal
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Today is Rabindra Jayanti, that is the 159th birthday of India’s first nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. He was born on 25 Boishakh, that is the 25th day of the Boishakh month of Bengali calender. His poems, songs, stories and art are a part of daily life of every bengali and even others. He has blended […]Read More Where the mind is without fear
“Rape Culture” is a sociological concept which defines a social setting where rape and sexual violence is normalised and justified through social norms, institutions and tools. The more horrifying fact is that it’s not a myth, it’s real and it’s staring right at our face. About two hours ago, I read a news that The […]Read More Are we aware enough?