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Fotu

Whenever I notice someone keeping their own picture as their wallpaper, I feel so good about myself. We all have…

The Phone Charger

He searched for his phone next to his pillow, while trying to open his eyelids, adjusting to the sunlight from the…

Opening up to new Ideas

We strive to lead an ideal life. An all-perfect life. We envision ourselves to be the magnet that attracts all…

Spelling out the problems

Spelling out your problems isn’t something we want to do. You simply expect people to understand it. The ones close…

The conversations in my head

I have this weird mannerism of imagining conversations before they can happen. My reveries are essentially filled with a multitude…

50 Days of Writing Daily: 5 Things I learnt

This is the 50th Post for this year! *raises an imaginary bat* And surprisingly I don’t have anything in particular…

Small Talk

Have you ever sat with anyone where you’re supposed to make small talk but you just don’t have anything to make it…

Balance

I’ve never went overboard with anything in my life. For some reason my approach towards most things in life has…

Family

  The time spent with your parents, especially when you live away from the city, changes you. From the time,…

Why Indians don’t see the Irony in laughing at Trump?

I’m sure most of you reading this have enjoyed a good laugh watching John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Bill…

Losing Touch

As I was walking with Abbu after dinner in the nearby street, our talk drifted towards his friends. Back home, I remember…

The Bus I cannot catch

Whenever I plan to head out to airport, which is like another city in itself, I try to catch a…

This Picture from Pondicherry

This picture is from my first solo-trip back in 2014. Food was average and the coffee was not good. So…

A story to The Story

Fundamentally, most stories are similar in parts. The elements it comprises of are essentially cross similar paths in their entirety….

Lessons from the Mosque: Being thankful to parents

Jumma is the only day we get to listen to the takreer from the Imaam. I prefer the talk to be generic because more often they…

Life on my own time

So, I’m late in posting today! Not that any of you were waiting for the post to be live. But…

Changing Ideas and Thoughts

Have you not felt dejected on how certain sections of our society doesn’t see evil in a lot of societal…

Why Superiority complex is the root of all problems

I logged onto Airbnb (https://goo.gl/ZO2cdz) to check for accommodations and the first message I get is a non-discriminatory message that I…

The fear of the Unknown

I’m currently utilizing my free-month-subscription from Amazon and in the course of it, started watching “The Good Wife”. It is…

Delhi Travelogue: The Wazoo Khana

The Wazoo-Khaana. While walking towards Humayun’s fort, I walked into this mosque to offer Zohar prayers. Old, not-taken care of, withered over…

The Missing Puzzle Piece

You know how when a cut or a wound, once it starts healing, gives us this strong urge to scratch…

Death

Whenever I hear news of someone who passed away, it brings forth an abundance of thoughts that remain with me…

The half-read books

The half-read books. There are a couple dozen books in my makeshift-shelf. Lying there gathering a layer of dust with…

How not to become what we hate?

Do we become what we hate? This is a question that occupies a fair amount of real estate in the…

31 Days, 31 Posts!

31 Days, 31 Posts! Phew! I seriously thought it won’t be possible for me to do this. But then, what…

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