‘The night train at Deoli and other stories’ by Ruskin Bond: A Book review

Short-stories have only recently been on my list of reads though my earliest memory of reading a book full of them is when I bought a book of Rabindranath Tagore's famous tales in the Scholastic book fair that was held on a yearly basis in my school (hands down my favourite school event). Ruskin Bond's... Continue Reading →


An open letter to the one who …

Open letters - something that piqued my interest when I came across them initially. Poems are my open letters because I am a writer whose interests are more inclined towards fiction even though my readers accept the poetic side of me, probably because poems speak the truth. Poetry is my outlet, or atleast it was... Continue Reading →

Dedication – 6

Beginning with a not-quite-but-almost revelation about my previous dedication posts: The 5 posts were dedicated to 4 people and today, I would like to rename them to mean something Sympatico: for a temporary but important companion, Enchantment: to the person with the captivating features worthy of writing about About the owner of an attractive mind... Continue Reading →

About THE poets: Sylvia Plath

Like I’ve mentioned plenty of times before, subtly or explicitly – I don’t quite remember, I wasn’t a great fan of how English, particularly literature, was taught to me in school. Poetry gained importance only later on in my life and I think of it as a great loss that I was unaware of its... Continue Reading →

Digital Overlords

Technology is taking over our lives and stealing our jobs- I’ve seen way too many newspaper articles on topics similar to this and have had slight panic attacks wondering whether my job would be taken away by some robot as well in the near future! I don’t quite understand why we think of robots depriving... Continue Reading →

About THE poets: Robert Frost

Robert Frost was possibly the first poet I noticed in life because not only was his poem ‘The road not taken’ discussed properly by my teacher (and that’s saying something because the quality of English teaching in my school, though I live in supposedly a non-English speaking country, was quite bad because there was (still... Continue Reading →

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