I knew him – The first sequel to ‘At a glance’

This is the first sequel to At a glance. If you haven't read that, click here. I hope you'll give this a read. I knew him It was almost seven in the morning, when a mixture of anxiety, fear and wrath pushed me into a state of petrifying bafflement about what had really happened at... Continue Reading →

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At a glance – A short story

Here is another short story. Give it a read, please. At a glance It was almost the time of Durga Pujo, when I commenced hopping from South city to Forum, Acropolis to Mani square in quest of clothes, shoes and accessories to show off, during those unforgettable days of Pujo. In Kolkata, people wait restlessly... Continue Reading →

A mind too free to be fettered – A short story

Here, goes another short story. I hope you'll like it. A mind too free to be fettered Liberty. A word bearing a profound meaning, however, no one could ever emphasize its connotations. Whenever I gaze at the gigantic sky, with the glittering stars resembling some microscopic holes in this beautiful glass globe of Earth, I... Continue Reading →

Simple Love – A short story

There goes another short story. Simple Love The green-eyed girl with long straight hair, was the one who either chewed the cud or went through the pages of her books, which she had already read for, maybe, a hundred times, after she had been alienated from her group. The once optimistic person became a morbid... Continue Reading →

The Incredulous Truth – A short story

I had, once, participated in a contest, "The Short Story Contest 11" conducted by The Telegraph In Schools, and The Incredulous Truth got selected in the top ten of the best stories.  It got featured in the newspaper on October 1, 2015. So, here it goes. The Incredulous Truth It was a regular day in school.... Continue Reading →

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