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Chaos by Arunima Gururani

Sometimes I feel trapped Like unsaid thoughts Chained to a body, Emotions that are meant to be screamed Are muffled and choked Under a thick blanket of society… I feel the world crumble Into pieces that don’t fit And I feel myself […]

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माँ कहती है

जब हम छोटे थे मम्मी एक बात हमेशा कहती थी कि कोई भी तालीम कभी ज़ाया नहीं जाती | वो कहती थी कि जहाँ जो ज्ञान मिल रहा है – किताबी या बहार से – उसको सीरियसली लो; कब कौन सा ज्ञान […]

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खिलौने और बचपन

अक्सर घरों में बच्चों के लिए ढेर सारे सॉफ्ट टॉयज़ लाये जाते हैं | ये एक आम बात है | हमारे घर में भी काफी सारे सॉफ्ट टॉयज़ हैं लेकिन हमारे सन्दर्भ में इस बात के पीछे एक खासियत है और वो […]

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Enter Today – Get Featured and Win Exciting Hampers

  Guidelines To Enter- Age – No bar Genre – No bar Language – Hindi/English Minimum word count : Blogs – 400; Poems – 10 lines (No Nano tales Accepted) Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and by submitting […]

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“All Glory Comes From Daring to Begin”- The Bond of Books

When you are 21 and your first book (Nascent Wings) has just come out, the line between reality and dreams seem blurry. You hold that author’s proof in your hand, look at it and wonder if it is real. Meanwhile, fate is not […]

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An Afternoon with Lang Leav Changed My Life

I have had my share of sheroes growing up. It began with the likes of J.K Rowling and Enid Blyton as I gradually moved on to reading classics by Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte. When it came to poetry, I found solace […]

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Love, Sex and Gaali! The Chetanisation of Indian Writing

India has been known for its rich art and culture since time immemorial. Our nation is the Mother of literary pioneers, such as Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore, magical creator of the Malgudi Days R.K Narayan, Booker laureate Salman Rushdie and Padmabhushan […]

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