-Written By Suresh Iyer (Reading Time: 10 min Approx) Arya loved to explore the countryside on horseback with friends but lost his way near the mountain range. The friends who were accompanying him with other provisions could not be seen Read more
The steaming white rice kernels looked like fresh jasmine on the plate. Almost all the surrounding area of the wooden slab was covered with bowls of different shapes and sizes. Filled with Bengali dishes that one can think of at a time. But there was one plate that attracted Rishabh the most. A plate which had amazing designs on them. He didn’t understand if they were to eat or to be looked at.
Going back to her growing up years, Chitra said: “Gautam, today we are so fortunate that we can buy things worth 50K at the drop of a hat. Remember, there was a time when we couldn’t get ourselves to ask our parents for a geometry box?” Gautam instantly agreed and said: “Oh my God! The coveted Camlin Geometry Box. It was the most expensive and prized possession. I know last I wanted it, it was for 45 or 50 rupees. And still that seemed like a fortune.”
-Written By Vartika Sharma Lekhak (Reading Time: 32 min Approx) Mr. D’Souza ran after his son, followed by his wife. ‘Jimmy, Jimmy what happened? Have you got mixed up in some funny stuff again?’ Jimmy rushed into his room and Read more
Nikki lowered her eyes to avoid eye contact with her dad. She always had a fear for her dad, he could be very tempered sometimes. “Sorry dad, I didn’t mean it in that way.” Her dad shook his head. “Okay, you can go. And behave at Petra’s house, I don’t want to hear any complaints of her parents, okay?” “Okay dad, I promise.” Quickly she took her bag, afraid that her dad would change his mind and told her to stay at home.
-Written By Robert Lewis (Reading Time: 10 min Approx) Graduation is finally here. Class of 2018, I didn’t think we would ever see this day. It’s kind of bitter sweet really, we are moving on to bigger and better things, Read more
Suddenly, I felt as if she had grown in size. She seemed to occupy the entire room. I sensed that her presence was overpowering me. I began to suffocate. It became increasingly difficult to breathe. I tried to shout and raise an alarm but words were stifled in my mouth. I tried to break myself free. In the jostling, I managed to grab the paper-knife on the table and lunged at her. The knife sliced her in the middle and I felt down on the ground with a huge thud.
-Written By Dr. Parijat De (Reading Time: 22 min Approx) Mr. Santo Mitra was in an agitated state of mind. He had reached that point of time in his life of which he was always frightened. Tomorrow, he’d get in Read more
-Written By Vartika Sharma Lekhak (Reading Time: 13 min Approx) Sudha Chachi lifted the sack of freshly plucked soft corns on her head and started back home. She looked up in the sky. The sun was in its last quarter. Read more