Sunday, January 23, 2022

Fiction

The Mid Afternoon Hara – Kiri – Monisha Raman, Chennai

The late afternoon stillness blanketed the valley. I decided to sow the last of Ragi seeds in my possession today, much to the annoyance...

Classroom- Rajshwii Bhattacharya, New Delhi

The tubelight above flickered just like my eyelids hampering one’s vision in a glimpse of blindness. The white walls that surrounded a class of thirty-nine were...

Loss – Ghulam Mohammad Khan, Kashmir

Long back in early nineties there used to be a deserted cone shaped piece of land on the backside of our village mosque. Apart from the...

A Sunless Day – Avijit Roy, Kolkata

" Light,  give me some light in my dark days, I wanna wake up in your world of love.”---- a popular song by Bob King...

The First – Amrita Gudral, Mumbai

It was a warm sunny day. The sun had almost risen up until the helm of the building and the light streamed through the grilled French...

The Wait – Amit Vyas

It was getting quite late. Standing in the balcony, I could see puddles of rain water that had formed beneath the mango tree in...

Son of the Himalayas – Arijith Mukherjee, West Bengal

The foothills of the Himalayas support a wide range of flora and fauna. Mother Nature with her caring hands nurture and sustain them. Although, the most...

Tomorrow is Today – Rohini Deb, Kolkata

This death was too insignificant to matter to anyone else – it was after all a stray dog in a lane little more than a garbage...

Hungry – Prasun Roy, Kolkata

Rahul felt hungry! It was a strange sensation that made him feel uneasy and Rahul was unable to understand what his mind and body...

The Wedding Night – Geethanjali Harikumar, Kerala

The Wedding Night Finally, the time had come for Vidai. It was time for Rasiya to leave the house where she had spent twenty...

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