5 Easy ways to improve your English skills.

My love for the language and How I improved? Teacher - “ When did you join?” Me - “ I joined next Wednesday.” That was a nervous me in 7th grade, new joinee to the class answering a simple question with error. My English teacher was taking the attendance. That’s when she noticed my name... Continue Reading →

The Herd Mentality

Its called the Herd Mentality. And it’s passed down from generations to generations. It’s the norm of the world and no one dare question it. For the one who does, is often ostracized or sometimes far worse, has died. Society runs on these rules and rules are never meant to be broken. A child since... Continue Reading →

Will this Diwali be a Boom or a Doom?

I saw an ad on TV the other day, proclaiming “Yeh Diwali Khushiyon wali”. I wondered whether the said statement was infact true. Does it even feel like Diwali this year? This year has been dull on the festivities for obvious reasons. There were no happy bunnies on Easter or the yummy kheer your friends... Continue Reading →

A shitty place for great ideas.

“A constipated stomach leads to a constipated mind”. This quote bears true for anyone who holds onto shit(quite literally) or rather has a shitty mind. The solution for the former is obviously a laxative or bottle gourd(trust me that works) but the latter needs a bit of introspection. The title would have piqued interest of... Continue Reading →

Why the obligation ladies?

The internal battles we fight to feel valid. It's been two months since we shifted base to Husband’s home town .Given that my mother-in-law had some health concerns, we felt its best to come home and stay with her for a while. Back home when the lockdown was enforced, normal routines took a back seat... Continue Reading →

Burning question, To News or Not to News?

If 2020 was a Pandora’s box, then unfortunately this year it chose to open and shower its contents over humanity(its called Karma). Almost through the ninth month and the box seems to be perennial. No happy ending to this gestation I reckon. Its been a year stricken with panic, grief, turmoil and many revelations. One... Continue Reading →

The Onam I remember.

An article which is special in many ways, it reminds me of home and the memories connected. Onam, a festival all Keralites celebrate comes with a lot of memories. Read through for mine.

The Time We Almost Died.

Smiling outside, dying inside. Day-dreaming. Sitting on my desk besides the huge french windows leading to the balcony. Reduced to just gaping the outside view and not just actually being outside. This pandemic has come with a lot of baggage and crippled the whole human-kind to its core. Death being the ultimate baggage, along with... Continue Reading →

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