General Literary

Senior citizens of today
By Deepa Aiyar in General Literary | Reads: 86 | Likes: 0
Senior citizens  of today really deserve a standing ovation. While coping with their physical and mental age related fragilities to the best that they could , they stand as a great backbone and support cushion to their children and grandchildren. By " just being there for us" they silently as  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 12:38 PM
An evening by the Ganges
By tina in General Literary | Reads: 86 | Likes: 0
I always find something mysterious in the dusk. The birds returning to their nest, the distant sound of the steamer, the tea sellers in their earnest try to sell some "lemon-chai", the gushing sound of the Ganges water hitting the last step of the ghat and me, observing every minute detail with a pe  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 12:44 PM
Relationships
By Deepa Aiyar in General Literary | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
 There are boundaries in every relationship  and as long as we adhere to them all is fine. But in close relationships  invariably  such boundaries blur and sometimes  are totally disregarded ...and that's  when problems  arise. The biggest mistake  that is don  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 12:46 PM
Embarrassing situations
By Deepa Aiyar in General Literary | Reads: 85 | Likes: 0
Some embarassing  situations  in life: 1.When you have left home and in the midst of your journey realise you have worn your dress inside out  2. When you open your mouth to speak at a meeting and suddenly forget midsentence  what you are saying 3. When you absentmindedly try to   Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 12:58 PM
The rise of New Era through Corona
By Swasti Dhakal Maglani in General Literary | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
The world before few months was unknown to this pandemic Virus. Everyone was busy with what they have been doing since long.Male in indian societies were busy in earning bread and butter for the families.They were unknown to the feelings that only a bread and butter can fill the stomach but it can n  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 02:09 PM
The rise of New Era through Corona
By Swasti Dhakal Maglani in General Literary | Reads: 287 | Likes: 3
The world before few months was unknown to this pandemic Virus. Everyone was busy with what they have been doing since long.Male in indian societies were busy in earning bread and butter for the families.They were unknown to the feelings that only a bread and butter can fill the stomach but it can n  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 02:15 PM
My Cage
By Pavya K in General Literary | Reads: 84 | Likes: 0
                          My Cage❤  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 03:43 PM
The School Life
By Sourav Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 181 | Likes: 0
Wearing a new school uniform with shining shoes and carrying a satchel on his back, he unwillingly goes to school. And once again, he meets with many unfamiliar faces to whom he hesitates to talk first. Initially, he spends his time watching his classmates to know about them. How familiar he becomes  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 04:40 PM
ThankYou
By Mayukh in General Literary | Reads: 92 | Likes: 0
It was hardly a year that I had met Oliver and we decided to get married. I was twenty six then. Oliver was twenty eight. Even though we had known each other for almost a year, a new found closeness developed, fueled by the happiness that comes with a wedding, new people, new friends, and new e  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 04:44 PM
Summer Romance
By Mayukh in General Literary | Reads: 93 | Likes: 0
It was almost nine P.M. All the windows of both the trains had been foggy for a while. The condensed water drops were racing between themselves and were still not tired. Dinner would be served to the passengers in a few minutes. Everyone's whiling away their time till then. It was the summer se  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 04:45 PM
The Essence Of Discovering
By t_r_a_v_e_l_l_e_r in General Literary | Reads: 107 | Likes: 1
We often underestimate our capabilities for the heights we could reach. Yet we are so smoothened in normalcy that we sometimes deny the best opportunities coming at us. And then there are days, where we crave to be someone. Someone who can conquer and control and have what they want to. To prove wha  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 04:51 PM
An Atheist's God
By Padma Bharrathi in General Literary | Reads: 83 | Likes: 0
I know, the title sounds little weird. How could an atheist accept god? And here's a new dimension to the real, exquisite meaning of god. This three-letter word is indeed substantial for a living. Something beyond the idol worship is truly found. God can never be put in a confined state. He is a for  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 06:31 PM
Pratibha
By Neena Sawlani in General Literary | Reads: 108 | Likes: 1
Pratibha,   Apne naam ko sarthak karti thi. Ghar me sabki ladli,school me teachers ki favorite, sabhi baato me nipun.. Sapna tha uska, professor ban na chahti thi.. Ek agyakaari beti jald hi ek din sushil bahu,patni or maa ban gayi...saalo beet gaye...farz ko hi zindagi maan liya..apni saa  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 06:44 PM
Days at Grandma's
By Deepa Aiyar in General Literary | Reads: 82 | Likes: 0
Today brought back fond memories of my paternal grandmother . She was everything that  the image of a grandmother brings to your mind - fat, jolly with twinkling eyes behind horn rimmed glasses, everready to pamper you outrageously , the shelter you run to and hide behind when your parents repr  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 07:16 PM
The 9 yards saree
By Deepa Aiyar in General Literary | Reads: 112 | Likes: 1
For any so called rituals, poojas etc etc the priests insist on women wearing 9 yards sari. It set me wondering why . Because according to me logically if you are sincere in whatever you do it really shouldn't matter whether you wear a 9 yards or 6 yards Saree or any other clothing . The deities / G  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 07:45 PM