General Literary

Author _ Mannewar A Tribal People of India
By Omprakash S. Bone in General Literary | Reads: 260 | Likes: 0
When I decided to publish my first Book, blindly I chose the name of 'Notion Press'. All staff are well experience and helpful manner. One thing I want to under line that, because of Notion Press I have got the world Googal platform. Thank you Notion Press   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 09:46 AM
Chicken Cutlet
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in General Literary | Reads: 1,200 | Likes: 8
Chicken Cutlet They all made a beeline to the ATM. Rukmini stood behind at least a dozen. A gnarled old man lay next to the bus stop in rags. A dirty, long beard grew out of his face. He smiled faintly at her in drunken stupor. The man standing inside the deeply air-conditioned kiosk withdrew cash   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 10:59 AM
By R K Shankar in General Literary | Reads: 523 | Likes: 0
Everyone has been brought down to surface level by Covid-19 what even the much expected 3rd World war* could not have brought. The silver lining is, it originated from China. The most affected country was Italy & not India who may be in the second stage. Otherwise, there would have been furore a  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 11:37 AM
A Tumultuous of Emotions!
By Janhavi in General Literary | Reads: 239 | Likes: 0
All wrapped up one inside the other. A plethora of events flowing in and out! Some running and some trying to catch up with the space ... Some processed and ready to release,while some hanging in between not knowing which way to go. Only to find its self half frozen n half melted, there but yet not   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 11:53 AM
Corona loss
By Aruna Rajendran in General Literary | Reads: 220 | Likes: 0
The very first time when I noticed the name Corona on television, it did not sound me odd. It was because I had been familiar with the name being Electrical engineer. Corona loss is type of loss occuring in transmission of electricity along overhead transmission lines. Corona as a disease, now a pan  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 12:47 PM
Your Reaction To My body Is Not My Problem..
By KHUSHBOO CHHEDA in General Literary | Reads: 280 | Likes: 1
Does being judgmental and humiliating and embarrassing someone make you feel better? Do you really think all of this shaming is doing anyone any good? No. It’s just tiring, negative, and hurtful. She's too curvy, She needs to lose a weight. She's too skinny, She needs to eat a burger. No,you a  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 01:03 PM
Proof: This Lockdown Isolation is a Spoof!
By Pramod Deogirikar in General Literary | Reads: 273 | Likes: 0
Will starting the proof with a quotation be a goof? ‘Yesterday is but today's memory, and tomorrow is today's dream.’ – Khalil Gibran. So, never let yesterday use up too much of today. We usually lose today, because there has been a yesterday, and tomorrow is coming. This quote  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 01:14 PM
Hello World
By Bhargava A Test in General Literary | Reads: 358 | Likes: 0
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam arcu dolor, luctus id laoreet sed, sodales vitae tellus. Pellentesque viverra turpis a nisl laoreet placerat. Praesent et felis ut velit vehicula sollicitudin sed et mi. Proin fermentum malesuada lectus, at condimentum lacus auctor at. D  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 01:31 PM
By Mamta Sehgal in General Literary | Reads: 317 | Likes: 0
What does it take to bring ”JOYS” in the lives of others. Nothing much! It just calls for an intent to help others and the rest follows. When we understand the woes of others, besides the ones we unnecessarily consider to be ours.When we start understanding what goes thru in the lives o  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 02:37 PM
The Climb
By Paul Reji George in General Literary | Reads: 302 | Likes: 0
There were three companions that were brought together by fate, they met each other  under a great mountain. It was uncharted and unpaved. Great tales and folklores were sung about this mountain, how deep and dense the forests were, how the clouds split asunder at it's touch, how there lay prec  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 02:51 PM
What freedom means to me
By Moksha Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 475 | Likes: 0
In our country, we have been provided with some fundamental rights which include freedom of many things like education, speech, etc. But are we really given these freedoms? By hearing the word ‘freedom’, people might start making their own perceptions. Some may take it lightly and thus m  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 03:00 PM
By Cindy Pereira in General Literary | Reads: 568 | Likes: 0
I am not fond of knives. By that I mean that I am not a collector of those bits of weaponry or cutlery, depending on your preference of usage. I don’t collect them; I don’t store them. I use them now and again in the kitchen when I putter around there to experiment how far my body would   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 03:27 PM
By Chithra Rangarajan in General Literary | Reads: 366 | Likes: 1
The driver thoroughly cleaned up the blood stains on the back seat .His phone was unceasingly ringing. He started his auto and reached the destination .There stood a man in his mid-fifties frowning at him. Why don’t you pick up the damn call? He yelled. The auto man stayed silent. He silently   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 03:29 PM
By Chithra Rangarajan in General Literary | Reads: 380 | Likes: 0
A great scholar with ten heads of knowledge, an efficient ruler, a great musician and an ardent devotee. A bighearted soul, best archer, finest friend and a great warrior. Two much loved epic characters of mine. Ravana and Karna.  I was in tears as I heard them die in the battlefield. As a chil  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 03:37 PM
An Open Letter to The Hungry Stray Dogs of My Locality
By Suchismita Ghoshal in General Literary | Reads: 304 | Likes: 0
To The Sheroo and Meroo of my locality, Hey kiddos! What's up? Still wagging the tails the same way you two do in front of me? You know I miss you the most now. Do you guys remember how happy I was to name you first as 'Sheroo' and 'Meroo' when you both were only toddlers of one month? I used to ge  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 03:39 PM