He felt like rushing over there and smashing that guy to pieces. Sumit remembered Kirits advice to him each time his emotions went out of control. He could not stay in office longer and went for home early. He put the air condition on, switched on the TV and went blank.
Life – A River — By Swapnadeep Bhattacharyya — Reading Time – 2 Min Approx A river meanders its way through unknown lands, Yet with utmost resolve it stands, Its knows no end but continues its journey, And finds in Read more
She ran in anger and grief cursing the entire village for they took her husband and left her alone. And now she was glaring into the clear waters thinking about her dead husband. She decided to leave the world and join her companion. As she sat spending her last few moments of life, there appeared a bright light, taking the form of her Neelamegha.
— By Kaisser Rana — Reading Time – 3 min Approx Once walking through the road, Noticed the schools on the opposite flanks. As I walked toward one of them- Found the silence of the graveyard, Hence for me everything Read more
-Written By Suresh Iyer (Reading Time: 5 min Approx) You would not believe that we were friends since I was one year old. He was not a part of my family but there was a spark in him that made Read more
He helped us safely reach India, but we did not know anyone here, and started living in the slum nearby. And we were not the only family stuck in that kind of devastating situation. There were thousands of us struggling for existence. As days went by, we became like family. And to tell you the truth, we got the native Indians by our sides. Some of them helped us by sharing their foods and clothes. In these days, we learnt that we should not waste even the peels of vegetables as those too are edible. Fried potato peels can be eaten with normal daal and rice and also saves the cost of a side dish. The days have changed now, but those awful days taught us a lot about life.
-Written By Aditi Goswami (Reading Time: 6 min Approx) There was undiminished energy among all the grand-kids of the Mukherjee household, as is expected from the kids of that age group. They were a close-knit bunch of six boys and Read more