Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Fiction

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...

An Affair – Priya Hajela, Pune

She rushes in, her shiny sari tied up above her round and firm belly, just below her tailored padded blouse. She walks with...

Life in Dandakaranya- A New Perspective- M.S Menon, New Delhi [Sankupurana – Memoirs of an Engineer]

September came and with that the fury of monsoon receded permitting more sunshine in Venkatapuram and surrounding Dandakaranya forests. It also heralded the welcome...

The Bump – Chirantana Mathkari, Baltimore

She sat on the sofa, helpless. Her eyes wandered around in the drawing room. She saw the toys lying scattered on the floor, she...

The River Thought – Thangbiakching, Delhi

The sound of the river overshadowed the noise of all things else as he sits quietly in the chair parked near the river. He...

The Story of a Good Guy – Aadithyaa, Pune

y‘Hello’ ‘Hello, Dad!’ ‘Get on the 9:00 a.m. flight to Ooty and reach Grandpa’s place. I am sending you the tickets.' ‘But why?...

Field Investigations- Some Lessons Learnt – M.S Menon, New Delhi [Sankupurana – Memoirs of an Engineer]

After arranging for the closing and shifting the office and staff from Gopalapuram to Venkatapuram, I went to Vijayawada to apprise Subbaiah of...

Reminiscence – Srinjoy Bhattacherjee, Mumbai

A million questions remained unanswered. Blood was spilled before sunset – though not killed; spared because it was an auspicious day, the daughter of the village...

How to Fix a Faulty Marriage with the Aid of an Asylum? – Hiya Mukherjee, Kolkata

You’ve been secretly carrying The Pine River Mental Institution inside your bosom for quite a while. Your husband doesn’t notice. He’s too busy dreaming...

Life Partner – Fate or ? – Pratibha Haridas, Mumbai

She was our next-door neighbour living alone. She had come to stay here only a week before. Nobody knew her or spoke to her because she...

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