Corona Virus, Novel COVID-19
By Moumita Bagchi in General Literary | Reads: 392 | Likes: 0
करोना वायरसविश्वभर में आजकल एक शब्द के कारण काफी दहशत फैला हुआ है। और वह शब्द है-" करोना वायरस"। यह नाम सुनते ही लोगो  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:51 PM
By Vikalp Joshi in General Literary | Reads: 392 | Likes: 0
It has been three hours since you stopped throwing around things, two hours since you’ve been sitting on the ground waiting for your tears to dry up, one hour since I’ve been working on my next presentation. You get up, frustrated and storm out of the door calling me irresponsible, insen  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:00 PM
The Last Coffee
By Mira in Romance | Reads: 391 | Likes: 4
She sat in peaceful oblivion. While the world around her moved in a pace designed for forerunners, she remained. She watched and absorbed the sights and sounds. She was aware of how brutally odd she was among the myriad souls that enveloped her, but she remained.  She was bold, no doubt. She wa  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 11:04 AM
Kitchen Tales
By Neelima Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 391 | Likes: 1
The faded scars on the inside of your hand Hold on to the recipes of generations. Carefully passed on  From one arm to another, Whispered into dreams, Marinaded with care: The hallmark of ingenuity, Grinding spices with dexterity. Concealing every fault With a gentle sprinkle of salt. The perfe  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:32 AM
The monday that wasn't
By archana nair in General Literary | Reads: 391 | Likes: 6
There I was standing by the road waiting for the bus. Monsoon has arrived right in time for my school reopening. The cloudy skies, sodden roads and muddy boots reflected and amplified my mood. Two months were over in a lightening. Speaking of lightening, my TV was damaged in yesterday's thunderstorm  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 07:32 PM
Poor, poor - Alia!
By Priyan R Naik in Crime | Reads: 391 | Likes: 1
I had traveled with them in the train from Hubli to Bangalore. Both mother and daughter - the daughter very garrulous, the mother taciturn and silent but always responsive to whatever her daughter had to say. Alia, the mother called her, was about 22 years, rather short but very communicative, with   Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 07:49 PM
One Among Others
By Shivkumar K V in Poetry | Reads: 391 | Likes: 2
Fear gripped humane; in corpus of frustration. Families locked self; Through disgusting pandemic. Hope is only the four walls; For the human renaissance. For one's in every century; It appeared again and again. The bloody and fleshy diseases; Cholera or Corona; Black death or Spanish flu; Made m  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 09:39 AM
The perfect letter
By Abhishek Singh in Romance | Reads: 391 | Likes: 13
He had been staring at the blank screen for quite some time now. The blinking cursor seemed to mock his thoughts. This was supposed to be his masterpiece. Words moved across his mind but he couldn't make anything out of them. What was the point of experiencing so much when you can't put it to words?  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:58 AM
*A Dialogue With Mahayogi Barfani Baba*
By in Supernatural | Reads: 391 | Likes: 0
     *A Dialogue With Mahayogi Barfani Baba* Sometimes few phenomenons take place all of a sudden. We treat it as a divine intervention. I  had often heard of legendary saint Barfani Baba residing in secret cave of Himalayas.  Finally, I got a chance, call it Lord's Grace, &  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 09:23 AM
Should I wait to form an opinion ?
By Kunal Deore in Poetry | Reads: 391 | Likes: 1
Should i wait to form an opinion,  Or should i just jump the gun ?  Should i wait to gather wisdom,  Or just blurt out what the paper feeds me everyday ?  Should i polish my perception,  Or just take sides and run along ?  Should i open my eyes and see, Or just be pr  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 10:49 AM
Divine Play
By Sanjeev Gargish in Mystery | Reads: 390 | Likes: 0
In Hindu scriptures, the words "Lila" and "Maya"(illusions) have been used frequently. "Lila" loosely means a "divine play".    I have gathered that this world is nothing but a Great Play, directed and scripted by the Supreme.     Through His powerful "Maya", He creates the   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:42 AM
पुरुष होने की व्यथा
By Jyoti Malhotra in Poetry | Reads: 390 | Likes: 1
किसी के सुरूर में तुम ऐसे डूबे, सीधा पुलिस स्टेशन जा पहुंचे. खूंखार प्राण प्रिया ने ऐसी गुहार लगायी, हो गयी शिकायत, स  Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 03:48 PM
Paying It Forward
By Dilip Patel in True Story | Reads: 389 | Likes: 0
At Asia Plateau, the International center for training and conferences of Initiatives of Change, Panchgani, India, we have privilege of coming across some amazing true stories from amazing people who come from all walks of life to undergo training in personal change. Here is a story, stranger than t  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 11:20 PM
Logging in Manali memories
By Vidya in Travel | Reads: 389 | 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 Balancing Act
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Crime | Reads: 389 | Likes: 2
Warning: Contains Adult content, extreme violence.  Only for ages 21 and above ! ************************************************************************************************************************ “Get the hell away from me”, Anamika shouted! Her voice carrying across the lengt  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 01:05 AM