With gratitude for being a part of my writing journey in 2019. Hope to see you around more. Wish you all wonderful #New #Beginnings! Happy 2020!
देखो न सूर्य पर भी ग्रहण आता है पल भर के लिए ही सही उसका बिम्ब भी छिप जाता है। चाँद को अपनी छाया पर गुमान है मगर यह दिवाकर अभी भी आग के गोले के समान है हीरे की अंगूठी सा दमकता है सूरज गुमनामी में भी चमकता है। वह जानता है यह तो … Continue reading सूर्य पर भी ग्रहण आता है
(Here is an attempt at writing an acrostic poem) Fallen and disgraced Again I rise Like a Phoenix Undaunted and Resolute until Eternity! (All rights reserved)
For a conventionally non-mathematics person, watching “The Man Who Knew Infinity” was itself a challenge. The movie based on the life of Srinivas Ramanujan, the great Indian Mathematician, was part of the boy’s holiday assignment and it spilled over to being a family watch. (Image Source) Ramanujan was born on 22 December, 1887 (his birthday … Continue reading The Man Who Knew Infinity
Friends, after trying hard for one long year to find a place in Muse of the Month, a monthly short story writing contest held by Women's Web, here is my story "Sister Stranger Saviour" that makes it to the annual anthology. Woven around a prompt from Amanda Lovelace's poem, do read it here. https://www.womensweb.in/2019/12/sister-stranger-saviour-dec19wk3sr/ Happy … Continue reading Muse of the Month
It's time for the WEP Challenge- the first for me! To read more about it visit here FOOTPRINTS The door slammed shut behind Chander. Dropping his bag to the ground, he made his way to the hallway. A strong musty odour filled the place. Such a contrast to the scent of fresh pine and hot … Continue reading WEP/IWSG December Challenge- FOOTPRINTS
"Raise your right hand," cried the sergeant who stood facing the squad, They complied immediately but only to invite his wrath. "You raise your left, when I say right," he angrily exclaimed, "I see that you haven't been, properly trained. The right is what you use to lift a heavy load and write your will … Continue reading The Tale of the Sergeant and his Men