General Literary

A homemaker:) Celebrate this family day:)
By Preeti Agrawal in General Literary | Reads: 83 | Likes: 0
A homemaker:) Celebrate this family day:)  These days, everybody is bound to  know a homemaker. A whole lot of people who ignored the great work of a homemaker. They are cooked up together, what to do? Now everybody is becoming a homemaker. Oh! A great privilege to be a homemaker. Well it'  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 07:27 PM
Mahabharat something creative
By anubha in General Literary | Reads: 113 | Likes: 0
Lessons of Mahabharata We all must of be aware of story of Mahabharata that how 100 brothers called Kauravas ,failed in front of unity of 5 Pandavas. But ,the reason behind this was not just fighting for your rights, it actually taught us innumerable lessons which can be used in day to day life by a  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 07:31 PM
Deepavali
By Nithya in General Literary | Reads: 466 | Likes: 1
The boom of firecrackers jolted me awake. It was 3.30 in the morning. I realised I was at Gayatri’s home for Deepavali. I had spent every Deepavali of the past decade with my friends, jostling outside a cinema hall in the wee hours of the day, celebrating the premiere of a ‘mass hero&rsq  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:34 AM
Repaying a favor...
By Anujaya Pradhan in General Literary | Reads: 266 | Likes: 8
Once upon a time there is a poor girl named Vasudha lives with her old mother in a small hut.  Her mother was a maid in a big and well off bungalow but due to her mother's illness, Vasudha took the charge of working there. That bungalow belongs to an old woman who has only son settled in abro  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 11:24 PM
Some observations on ‘being cocooned’ and self-isolated
By Kirk Louis Jacob in General Literary | Reads: 249 | Likes: 0
Some observations on ‘being cocooned’ and self-isolated using the butterfly life Some observations on ‘being cocooned’ and self-isolated using the butterfly life cycle Introduction In this article, I intend using the various stages of the butterfly life cycle in orde  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 11:53 PM
Braille Script
By Drishya Anil in General Literary | Reads: 120 | Likes: 1
My hands moved through the books in the library.My fingers got struck to a unique book,it was a Braille Script.I was excited to see it for the first time,I opened the book with all its curiosity,moved my fingers through the projected prints.Later on I went home and slept at night.The next morning wh  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 12:58 AM
Quarantine of a normal/slightly twisted person
By Ramanpreet Kaur Chhabra in General Literary | Reads: 78 | Likes: 0
“This will be quite a vacation.” These were the exact words that resonated inside my head when the lockdown was announced. As someone who likes staying in bed the whole day with least human interaction, as most of the individuals, this was my happy place. I would be a big fat liar if I s  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 02:27 AM
Benji the Bunny and His Friends
By Rasika in General Literary | Reads: 167 | Likes: 1
"Benji the Bunny and His Friends"  A tale full of adventure and friendship for children   It was a fine spring morning. The sky looked clear with cottony clouds scattered everywhere. Mild wind blew. Sun rays penetrate deep into the forest reaching the untouched dark corners. Fruits and n  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 10:54 AM
गर्मियों के दिन
By Himanshu in General Literary | Reads: 115 | Likes: 1
गर्मियों के दिन की पिछली कड़ी में आप सभी ने विजय और बाबा को समझा, गांव की पृष्ठभूमि पर आधारित, एक लघु कथा को समझा ही नह  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:09 AM
LOCKDOWN’S IMPACT: NO END OF INDIA’S CRISIS
By Kapilendra Das in General Literary | Reads: 799 | Likes: 22
LOCKDOWN’S IMPACT: NO END OF INDIA’S CRISIS                                                                    &n  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 12:04 PM
Life or death?
By Tanishq Sheikh in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 0
The sizzling heat isn’t unexpected. It is mid-April in the north part of India. Temperatures are known to go beyond 45 degrees Celsius. This year has been an exception so far. Decreased human activity in all quarters because of the virus has seen the pollution dissipate. The skies are clearer,  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 01:19 PM
हम मजदूर
By Piyush in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 1
एक मजदूर की व्यथा , कैसे भूक से मर रहे है ये ,  ना खाने को अन्न है, और न रहने को छत है। जाये तो जाये कहाँ, कहे भी तो किससे   Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 02:14 PM
LoR from Vaastu
By Komal Chokshi in General Literary | Reads: 99 | Likes: 1
Letter of Request, from Vaastu To, the (‘professional’, not all) architects, engineers, designers, astrologers and policy makers! Dear Chaos, Hope you all are doing well amidst the imbalance of energies created in nature since quiet a long time! I am sure that your Western Education has  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 02:49 PM
An INDELIBLE day
By Pawan Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 286 | Likes: 10
21:43 18-feb-2030 Dear diary, It was 10 years ago, I skipped writing to you dear. To compensate, here I am, a decade later.   As a young worker in the finance department at Hobse, I would have to travel by train, from Perambur to Taramani. Not much of a motivated guy those days. The jo  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 03:44 PM
Do you love me? - Part I
By Alisha Nandeshwar in General Literary | Reads: 132 | Likes: 0
There are some dreams that bring a smile to your face. And then there are some nightmares that leave you chilled to your very bones even on a hot summer night. I wake up with a jolt in the middle of the night. I look around my room and see nothing but darkness. Cold creepy darkness. I shiver and s  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 04:48 PM