General Literary

Enroute to self-love in quarantine
By Shriti Das in General Literary | Reads: 195 | Likes: 0
Shrank into this position where my hands hold my knees while I lay, longing for the caress which was long lost. I felt like dripping water with no vessel to hold me; hold me with the promise to never leave. Wiping my tears into the pillow beside me I decide to get up while grasping the sheets like c  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 10:55 AM
By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in General Literary | Reads: 2,779 | Likes: 8
LOCKDOWN DAYS:A PERIOD OF SELF       REALIZATION Everyone of us must be tired of lockdown, staying at home having nothing to do.It is indeed boring to stay at home all the day long  having nothing important to do except those professionals who work from home.The others try h  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 11:03 AM
Random musings
By samanvitha in General Literary | Reads: 124 | Likes: 0
The past few days as I’ve been scrolling through Instagram there were many who mentioned that the quarantine and the whole work from home situation has allowed them to notice the tiny details like how the light played in the various corners of their home.Now I’ve been working from home t  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 11:16 AM
Realize your own GWM
By Sudhir Kulkarni in General Literary | Reads: 132 | Likes: 0
[0002] Write your Heart ❤️ out.                                              
Published on Mar 31,2020 11:51 AM
By Arvind Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 136 | Likes: 0
The Mumbai Downpour   It was one of those days in Mumbai when rain brings life to standstill. It had been pouring heavily since morning. Fortunately, being an early-starter Raman was one of the earliest to arrive in the office and also without being drenched. Rain had just about managed to tou  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 12:17 PM
My 21 days on Lockdown - Week 1 (Days 1-7)
By Jocelyn in General Literary | Reads: 455 | Likes: 1
Day 1 of 21 - 25th March 2020 21 days lockdown! Did that come as a shocker to you? Well, I believe we were all half expecting that to happen considering the circumstances of Coronavirus pandemic. Definitely, desperate times call for desperate measures. While, Netflix-ing and chilling in the comfort  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 01:15 PM
The Aftermath
By Anita Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 126 | Likes: 0
The Aftermath So much has been shared on the social networking circuit about the covid pandemic and its aftermath that one would feel that everything that could possibly be said or written has already been penned, and that too several times over. But, like everyone else I too would like to believe t  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 01:26 PM
Can you forgive your enemy?
By Madhavi Hadker in General Literary | Reads: 324 | Likes: 0
Dr Ajinkya was a renowned E.N.T. (Ear, nose and throat) specialist, working in a prestigious hospital in Juhu. His wife Reema, worked as a school counsellor and over the weekends, she took Public Speaking classes. The doctor was kind, very patient and had a calm personality. By contrast, Reema was v  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:24 PM
Riding my broom stick but I am no witch!
By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 307 | Likes: 7
Wouldn’t be able to deny it entirely, now that the Corona Virus has literally ensured that most of the ladies, at least in India are riding broomsticks. I am too. With the morning call, not of the cock-a-doodle-do but the gentle humming of the water pumping motor, I jump out of bed and in one   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:32 PM
Spiritual Service & Lockdown
By Priti Dhopte in General Literary | Reads: 271 | Likes: 0
There are variety of services in this world like government service , consumer service, social service, non-profit service, financial service, etc; however, the most important, ancient and valuable service in the world is Spiritual Service.  We all are souls but so far we have been serving for   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 03:04 PM
By Chithra Rangarajan in General Literary | Reads: 163 | Likes: 0
As the sun rises, we would step out of our houses on our expedition with our squad to catch butterflies in the nearby bush hedges. We played in the mounds of sand in our neighbourhood. We climbed up the trees and plucked the sweetest mangoes in our friend’s grove. We made the perfect paper boa  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 03:07 PM
Humanity is Certainity
By Garima Deval in General Literary | Reads: 137 | Likes: 0
Humanity is a certainty because humans are certain. Humans are not going anywhere till the existence of the universe. At any point of time, beings can discard their entire worldly identity but can never discard their identity as a human.  No matter what a disposition is, whether a monk or a bur  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 03:55 PM
Untill my last breath
By manu in General Literary | Reads: 106 | Likes: 0
Those special memories of u are special as u are to me....... The difference is just that now I don't have u ,whereas ur memories are by my side Even in ur absence...!  If only I could get u back for a little while, We would sit n talk again just like we used to do. U always meant so much and u  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 04:10 PM
Put on what sparks joy
By Swagata Ghosh in General Literary | Reads: 720 | Likes: 4
Put on what sparks joy: Being an avid Instagram content creator, a tenacious striver to enhance fashion and styling, I often wonder how much rewarding are these Instagram make up and fashion tutorials. Having said that I do not intend to belittle any of these tutorials. My intention here is to put d  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 05:08 PM
By Jagpal Singh in General Literary | Reads: 265 | Likes: 4
ChirkutWeather was excellent in the mid-March Sunday morning. I pushed my cycle out for a weekly ride.    I will knock 50 km in two hours, I said to myself.   While paddling on the flyover near our colony, the little voice in the back of the head, I say it ‘Chirkut,&rsquo  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 06:15 PM