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Our generation is forgetting to utilize the capacity to observe and listen to the narratives that exist in our surroundings. We have become narrators with an addiction to monologues. We say someone is false and we are the only correct ones among a group of people. The angel of tolerance has left us. We have become accomplices of evil by using violence to silence those who are narrators, especially when they tell stories about our shortcomings. We never realize
On the day before the Janatha Curfew as the Coronavirus pandemic spreads, Rohit decides to return home. But the night before, in a feverish delirium, Rohit and his girlfriend Shreya chat on WhatsApp, which soon transforms into an intimate video call. Rohit believes that he is in love with Shreya, in a way that he never felt before, as now he is away from her and records the video call.
Rohit desperately wants to finish his PhD and get a job
“We are inflicted with the COVID-19 virus as a species. This anthology is an attempt to survive as a species, through telling stories.” _ Anu Lal, author, compiler.
With a foreword by Dr Arunlal Mokeri, Orator, educator, writer, and Asst. Prof. of English, Govt. College, Mokeri, 16 writers explore the many notions of healing.
11 writers explore the many notions of living. Stories by some of the best writers in India The New House __ Harshali Singh Charade __ Sambhu Ramachandran An Elegant Waiting __ Aswathi Prasanth That Demon Called Anxiety __ Akshata Hegde This Feels Amazing: A Story Verse __ Suchismita Ghoshal Makeup __ Sapna Jadhav Eldandi Old man and Dogs __ Divyank Jain Live your Life __ Anjali Jha On Steps to Heaven __ Rishav Th
This book redefines the romantic-story tradition by narrowing down to the Indian landscape of everyday realities, heartbreaking events of separation, challenges of inter-caste and inter-religious marriages, horrifying accounts of honour attacks upon young couples who find themselves in crossroads between love and tradition. Raghu must buy his girlfriend Faida a Valentine’s Day gift. He also eagerly waits for her present. But on that day, someone from his pa
Something haunts the people who buried it alive. And there are many who face its wrath. Are you one of them? Then it’s coming for you too… Along the Cannanore - Irikkur road in one of the northern districts of Kerala, lies hidden the cause of a terrifying evil, a mysterious entity, Mr Pit. This story is told by none other than Mr Pit himself. If you hear his voice very close to you, make sure you said your prayers. This is the fantastic life story of an
Read these eighteen stories, as they are eighteen steps to achieve the wisdom of Prabuddha. Eighteen stories represent eighteen steps of enlightenment. Eighteen is the number of the rudraksha or beads in a rosary. You can find the eighteen stories in this book as analogous to a rosary.
The result of long nine years of investigation and journey into spirituality and human consciousness, PRABUDDHA: THE CLEAR-SIGHTED stands as one of the master wor