"Wars do not determine who is right, only who is left." The Syrian civil war is everywhere. The big people, the locals, the journalists, the politicians, the businessmen, the Indians, the Americans, the Russians — everyone is talking about it. My question is where are the humans who really care? Tears roll down as we… Continue reading An Ode To Aleppo’s Innocent Lives Who Are Paying The Price For The Decay Of Humanity
Manual Scavenging - a term used in Indian English for the removal of untreated human excreta from bucket toilets or pit latrines. Considered as one of the lowest, polluted and most degrading occupations, manual scavenging is pretty widespread in our country with about 2.5 lakh people involved who earn less than ₹ 340 a day.… Continue reading A Tribute To The Invisible Ones Who Do The Dirty Job, So We Can Keep Our Hands Clean
The wedding season is just round the corner and here we are, sitting on a couch, staring at the big pile of wedding invites , as we hog on some hot Hakka noodles. And then, some more. We, single and independent women who aren't whole yet, according to society. And this is exactly why we… Continue reading This Is What It’s Like To Be A Single Girl Of ‘Marriageable Age’ At An Indian Wedding
I want to explore my lover's mind, body and soul in a way that lasts me a life time. I want to know him completely yet not all at once. I want him to reveal himself to me during the time we get high, when we make love, in the moments of silence or when… Continue reading Things I Want My Lover To Know
It is so quiet sometimes. The silence seems to drill a hole so deep, incessantly, for long hours and my ears bleed. I miss your laughter. I miss the way you whispered into my ears even when no one was around, breaking the silence in the most glorious way I've ever known. The darkness of… Continue reading Stay Or Leave.