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Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai

Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai

I often associated the word inheritance with hopes and expectations. Somehow, the fantastic Hindi movies had etched it in my mind that it is all about inheriting a piece of land, an expensive heirloom, a coveted name or a mysterious treasure trove. I must admit that the romantic suspense filled […]

by March 24, 2011 Review

Right or Wrong

I drink a glass of water To quench my thirst. I eat a slice of bread To curb my hunger first. It is strange that I can’t endure thirst or hunger. It is stranger that I can’t contain resent or anger. Why is it that I need to revolt? Why […]

by March 21, 2011 Poetry

A Day in My Life

I am motionless, Stationed in a room full of almirahs Cold steely dark almirahs. Curtains drawn, Doors closed, Rusty windows are jammed. I am all alone, in midst of stillness. At times, I feel, I am also drowned in this quietude. Sitting in a sombre mood with brooding thoughts Fighting […]

by March 19, 2011 Poetry

A Blessed Soul

I was sitting in a garden with small flowers Where roses, orchids n marigolds shower. He came close and looked with his two eyes Expressing love hidden behind his cries. He was small, barely two feet tall With an endearing smile and drooping jowl. He lied on ground, rubbed his […]

by March 19, 2011 Poetry
Life – A Real Myth

Life – A Real Myth

Life is fragile like glass. It splinters, shatters and yet leaves no trace. To live in it, is like a virtual reality. One may apprehend traces of reluctance but is attracted towards it with all the usual fanfare. It may take a long time to realize that the world one […]

by March 14, 2011 Articles

The 3 Mistakes of My Life by Chetan Bhagat

Yesterday, I watched ‘3 Idiots’ for the fifth time and once again absolutely loved the movie, impressed with impeccable acting, superb direction and original story. However, this time, quite curiously, I found myself ogling at the credit list, searching for the name of Chetan Bhagat, as I remembered his tear […]

by March 13, 2011 Review

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

The Bronte sisters are considered some of the most venerated classic writers of 19th Century. I was more than impressed with Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights and was ever since, desperate to read Jane Eyre, a classic by her more famous sister- Charlotte Bronte. The first look of the novel depicting […]

by March 8, 2011 Review
Call Me Dan by Anish Trivedi

Call Me Dan by Anish Trivedi

The very first glimpse of the cover page of the novel, depicting a man with half brown and half white face juggling with headphones and desperately showing himself as Dan not Gautam, convinced me beyond doubt that ‘Call me Dan’ is another book on the BPO culture. Highlighting the dubious […]

by February 24, 2011 Review