Queer-3

Focusing the torch on the corners of the room she faced those guys, one guy running away from the kitchen way.   On approaching the guy standing there, She pulled his suit.   “Brother!!? What ??? What are you doing here? And […]

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Queer-2

One of the deep, dark, cloudy nights. Beaming light of full moon penetrating among the mist of the clouds. Ira was determined to explore that house. She planned her sneak-out for the night, with a backpack full of self-defence goodies. “Torch-light” Check […]

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Queer 1

Disclaimer: This story is inspired from real life incidents. Day-1  “Ira, Can you stop diving into the mobile and help setting the house for one day? I need to get back to work tomorrow.” “Okay, mom.” “Ask your sister to help in […]

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Entity

Do you ever conceptualise your surroundings,to being the world? Predominantly ninety percent of the young generation lives with this conjecture, which appears to be authentic. Until this moment of my life, I have speculated that people around us are only meant to […]

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Canvas – Tides of relic

The artist describing the painting with a deep dark blue essence of tides and the dark sky. In the sky appeared an eye shaped moon, with a drop of red falling into the sea.    Curves of black on pure white, with […]

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Mahabharata- The cyber-punk style

An interesting new take on the ancient Indian Epic – Scottish playwright, Grant Morrison’s 18 Days is a spirited rendering  of the final climactic confrontation in the Mahabharata. It is presented in a graphic format with illustrations by Mukesh Singh. Here’s some of […]

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Exordium

Gloomy, drizzling day. Deep forest; a structure moving at the edge of my eyes. Moving towards me, closer with each blink. The growing proximity made me breathe heavy. At blink then, straight in front of me; our eyes met each other. It […]

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Me?

“On October 12th few years ago, I took my first sniff of this aerosphere. Dumbfounded by it, I haven’t said a word until I was two years old (that’s what my mother said). I never knew that earth already had a ‘hell’, […]

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