Dadu’s Temple Tales: #Fiction

Dadu's Temple Tales We roam around the streets of Katwa without a care in the world, without any qualms and baggages of our city bred life. We left the city lights, to soak in the pristine simplicity of this lazy town that lies sprawled by the banks of the river Ganges.  Dadu grew up in … Continue reading Dadu’s Temple Tales: #Fiction

Twilight and The Tree: #ThursdayTreeLove-43

twilight and the tree “Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.”  ― Kahlil Gibran, Sand and Foam     @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ Linking up with the gorgeous Parul Thakur for her Thursday Tree Love- 43    

The Man, His Best Friend & The Mountain:#WordlessWednesday

The Man, His Best Friend & the Mountain #WordlessWednesday  ********** New to #WordlessWednesday, but would like to join the fun? Here’s how you can join Esha and me. Just follow our three easy steps: Post a picture on your blog that speaks for itself. It could be from your adventures, experiments, life’s quirky moments, travels or … Continue reading The Man, His Best Friend & The Mountain:#WordlessWednesday


Buddies in Arms: #Fiction

Buddies in Arms Carla and Susan are kindergarten buddies. Now in their mid- sixties, nothing has changed between them. Not even their penchant for taking long walks, come rain or shine. Carla with her umbrella, Susan in her sun hat; just the way they had been as two gangly teenagers. It's no surprise, that they have … Continue reading Buddies in Arms: #Fiction


Seven Things I’m Grateful for This June: #GratitudeCircle

Seven Things I'm Grateful for This June: #GratitudeCircle June spells a lot of excitement for us, every year. Both the girls are June babies, so it's celebrations galore. Summer vacations also add up to the fun and the "not doing much" mode. It's usually travel time, but this month our travel plans had to be … Continue reading Seven Things I’m Grateful for This June: #GratitudeCircle

Solo Sunsets: #WordlessWednesday

SOLO SUNSETS   I need to share the back story of this #WordlessWednesday post by getting wordy. 🙂 And I would not have it any other way, so pardon me. This picture has a very special place in my heart, as it  was shot on my first solo trip. On my first evening in Goa, … Continue reading Solo Sunsets: #WordlessWednesday


Twenty-Four By Seven: #WriteBravely

Twenty-four by seven: #WriteBravely #WRITETRIBEFESTIVALOFWORDSJUNE2018   She toiled twenty-four by seven at Donna's kitchen. "No rest for the wicked", she always said with a winsome smile. Donna's Kitchen was her life line, her haven and her home away from home. She had no family to call her own, but the staff and Donna were family … Continue reading Twenty-Four By Seven: #WriteBravely

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Thank You, Babi: #WriteBravely

Thank You, Babi: #WRITEBRAVELY #WRITETRIBEFESTIVALOFWORDSJUNE2018   My Dearest Babi, I dedicate a few lines to you, on this monsoon day. The sun is playing a constant game of hide and seek, while the clouds outstretch their arms in a stoic cover of grey. The muggy air looks on undeterred as nature performs a spectacle of sorts. … Continue reading Thank You, Babi: #WriteBravely


Rain and Its After Effects: #WriteBravely

Rain and Its After Effects: #Writebravely #writetribefestivalofwordSjune2018   It poured all of last night. The rains finally lashed Gurgaon with unfettered fury, giving the parched residents of our millennial city a much-needed respite from the sweltering summers. I was awake beyond midnight, listening to the rhythmic pitter patter of the rains, which would suddenly rise up … Continue reading Rain and Its After Effects: #WriteBravely


Last Song of the Dusk: #WriteBravely

Last Song of the Dusk: #WriteBRAVELY #WRITETRIBEFESTIVALOFWORDSJUNE2018   At twenty-one who would have known that leukaemia would ravage Antara's being, reducing her to a bag of bones.  It was hard to fathom that the bubbly, effervescent Antara, always brimming with joie de vivre; was now counting her last days. But not without a plan at … Continue reading Last Song of the Dusk: #WriteBravely