Logging in Manali memories
By Vidya in Travel | Reads: 388 | Likes: 9
I want to write this article to share with you a glimpse of the unnerving scenic beauty that I experienced during my stay in Manali. We set foot in Delhi and opted for a road drive from Delhi to Manali. A small stop in Chandigarh I believe for refreshments and Khana at night 11.30 and for the love o  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 09:13 AM
The Hopeless Demise
By Dharani in General Literary | Reads: 271 | Likes: 9
Summer times are always meant to be with my grandparents. A patch of blue sky, breezy weather, incorruptible silence, hassle free pathways, unconditional love, peaceful catnap on my grandparents' lap was always defeated by any other expensive wing-ding. We, I mean me and my little brother have this   Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:53 PM
More than a scooter
By Adarsh Pradeep in General Literary | Reads: 371 | Likes: 9
'He' joined our family when I was 10 years old. My father told me and my sister to wake up early for the Vahana Puja (Ritual performed by Hindus when a new vehicle is bought). I was thrilled, not for the Puja but for the coconut and the Prasad (Offering made to god that is consumed after the Puja) t  Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 07:14 PM
Filter and Flaws
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 1,132 | Likes: 9
Snapping out of the snapchat filters I embraced the filter free days Knowing I’ll be thoroughly exposed Of all my deepest shames My double chinned face And the acne scar trace Fat waist and a flat chest Split ends and old school trends Thick thighs and sunken eyes Tiny palms and faded hair dye  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:52 PM
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 631 | Likes: 9
ESSENCE OF SENSE.......By Commodore G Prakash.....    They moved with real purpose. Nothing distracted them. Neither bullying buses,  nor hurrying people.  Autorikshaws turning around without warning could go to hell. They didn't care. They moved on, young and old, male and femal  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 02:56 PM
a year of estrangement
By Avni Jain in Poetry | Reads: 137 | Likes: 9
its been a year since you’ve gone the summers had the chaos. but i loved the peace while i was caged inside your arms. the autumn came: the fall season. the leaves fell and so did i. i fell apart thinking of you. the winters came. they were dry. they weren’t as comforting as they were wi  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 11:55 PM
An Oldage Women(poem)
By Anusha reddy in Poetry | Reads: 232 | Likes: 9
MY looks are Waiting..................                   soul speaks with a beanch                              Flowers Wishpering insted of Grand Child     Han  Read More...
Published on Jun 29,2020 12:06 PM
By parul in General Literary | Reads: 241 | Likes: 9
WHEN SHE SPEAKS…   My low moan woke her up from her deep sleep, which she got after unusual long hours of work. I have always seen her too busy, most of the times just grabbing stuff in the house and moving them one place from another. I have no idea what would happen if everything hasn&  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 01:58 AM
My first F(P)light
By Kothai Ravi in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 256 | Likes: 9
Like every middle class parent even my life was busy with bringing up children ,their education ,marriage etc.I didnt even have time to watch the planes flying in the sky ,which was my childhood hobby.Where would I have time or budget to fly in the plane? Seeing my grandchildren teasing me that I ha  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 08:41 AM
The bond in her dreams
By Saru Sharma in Romance | Reads: 298 | Likes: 9
Her steps were not clear, vision blurred by the sound of those loud late night parties.(Her favourite though!) She seemed quiet and looked down to either keep a check on her favourite heels or to check that nobody is judging her. And in that strange series of motion, he comforts to drop her home awa  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 06:00 PM
A letter to God
By Yashika Karamchandani in True Story | Reads: 631 | Likes: 9
A letter to God Godji, Goodmorning, aap kese ho , me bhi achhha hu, pr mujhe bahut drr lg rha h Godji,wo dadu kehte the ki apne round round earth pe jo kuch bhi hota h na wo aap godji hi krte h aur godji sabka achha hi krte h... Pr Godji abhi ye kya ho rha h. Papa mummy khaana bhi nai khaate achhe s  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 11:40 AM
Boys Don't Cry? But Men Do!
By NILKAMAL MUKHARJEE in Poetry | Reads: 722 | Likes: 9
I’m a Man,You’re a Man,From me to You,Not Lots of words, but few   It’s okay if your wife earns more,Only important is, she loves you from the core,It’s okay if you got defeated by your sister,Maybe, that’s why she can beat the molesterIt’s okay if your crush  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:01 PM
Planets of Disasters:(POD)
By Tulip Bardiya in Fantasy | Reads: 521 | Likes: 9
Planets of Disasters: (POD) Coronavirus   Long ago, when the Big Bang happened, the Milky way was born. Earth was one of the eight planets in the solar system. There were millions and billions of galaxies and even more stars and planets.  One of the galaxy’s names was   Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 04:44 AM
फिर से
By Aishwarya Srivastava in Poetry | Reads: 228 | Likes: 9
सब्र कर.....फिर से वह आवाज़ें गूंजेंगी, अरे सुनती हो मैं आता हूँ, बॉस रस्ते में है! अरे माँ मैं निकल रही हूँ!  फिर से दफ्त  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 03:51 PM
The House of Bamboo
By Anurag Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 568 | Likes: 9
Like the Apple of Eden, it was forbidden. And therefore, enticing.   The song, I mean. None of us kids were allowed to even hum it, let alone sing it. It was an okay-ish song, nothing too great, but those two brothers, Rakesh and Rajesh, liked it so much they kind of made it their own, not all  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 08:21 PM