Tuesday, February 18, 2020

On Wheels

There is an element of hope imbibed in wheels. As one of the greatest discoveries, wheels are essential to survive. Without wheels, life would...

Dawn of Freedom (August 1947)

These tarnished rays, this night-smudged lightThis is not that Dawn for which, ravished with freedom,We had set out in sheer longing,So sure that somewhere...


Regret with a cold gush of fright arrives: Autumn, suddenly, with all its might arrives! Not often: but every-time it rains all night; At dawn, a letter...

The Meadow

The Meadow tracks a decade-and-a-half old, but still haunting, story. The book is essentially an unravelling of the brutal 1995 kidnapping of six foreign...

Salman Rushdie’s Quichotte

“Anything can happen. Here can be there, then can be now, up can be down, truth can be lies. Everything’s slip-sliding around and there’s...

The Man Who Died Twice

Zendburgh Zevane is buried under a three-inch-thick sheet of fluffy white snow; it is snowing hard and silence weighs down the air, save few...


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