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Memories VJ’s class brought back.Read More Why I Should Maybe Stop Watching Horror
You were sandwiched between your aunt and your dad, grumbling at your dad because he stole the window seat where you wanted to sleep. He was wide awake, busy on the GPS trying to reassure us that we’d not lost hope. This is when you wish your uncle wouldn’t have thrown tantrums at you to […]Read More The Drowsy Drive
I don’t know about you, but I was blessed with an awesome childhood. I used to have loads of fun – didn’t have to worry about reaching college on time, meeting deadlines or about evil people hiding behind their perfect masks. It was a time I used to run around like anything, trying to imitate […]Read More Tickets Please!
One of the professors had asked the class to go to a military hotel and have ‘ragi mudhhe’ compulsorily. Because I felt the lunch break was not long enough, and I would be fast asleep as soon as I hit my sofa (I don’t require a bed) I couldn’t go. Until the weekend. I had […]Read More Ragi Mudhhe
It was a pleasant evening, and the Sinha family had gone out for a picnic nearby. At the park, five year old Arun spotted a Ben Ten watch, and fell in love with it instantly. He ran to his parents, who were sitting under a tree a few metres away. “Mumma, I want that! I […]Read More The Fifth
John was only five, and like every other kid, he too was very curious about life, about the world. He had a ‘why’ for almost anything he would be said, a ‘what’ for everything he saw and heard. Every time he comes across something new, his eyes would sparkle, with wonder and excitement. One day, […]Read More The Orange Tree
“Thirty one, thirty two…… Thirty … three.. Hey I counted you …! Oh no , I’ll have to do it all over again..” Said five year old Alice, trying to count the stars. Her sister, Anne, three years elder to her,laughs and asks her, “why do you want to want to count them anyway?” “Because […]Read More Being Human