• Monks and Monkhood|What’s To Blame?
    Posted in: Articles, Featured

    ” If Buddhism becomes tainted, so too will the nation’s faith in itself. ” Watching a gripping documentary on #AlJazeera about Buddhism in Thailand and how monks are losing credence due to a rise in criminal activities (and other “forbidden acts”) amongst them. By virtue of our innate need to draw comparisons and relate situations, […]

  • Things Fall Apart
    Posted in: Articles, Featured

    Love the ideas; they guide you in the chaos. Love the feel of being in existence. Love the aura around you. You can love every other thing but don’t love the “things” as they fall apart. From childhood we learn that nothing lasts forever. A toy breaks into pieces, the somber solace lasts for few […]

  • Come and offer me the shade
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    Come and offer me the shade beneath your loosely knit hair-curls; let your gaze remain fixed at my sun-beaten eyes; allow me some space in your comfortable lap; pull at my ears; move your silky hands across my disordered hairs; smoothen the wrinkles on my forehead– as I am all alone lost in the thickness […]

  • Beti bachao Beti padhao.
    Posted in: Articles, Featured

      “Beti bachao beti padhao”, this is what various news channels and dailies are covering these days since our nation has realized, however  late, that we need to save the girl child. This is a nation which was busy saving ‘Tigers’ otherwise. Was the government planning for the male population to marry tigers ? I […]

  • Faith And Logic
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    It’s like brain and heart working together against each other. Often times we find ourselves in such situations where we have to choose between the two things simultaneously mocking us. We find it real hard to choose between these two things, and have to go with one of them either half heartedly or with half […]

  • With Crossed Legs…
    Posted in: Featured

    With crossed legs, lying in the corner intensely down the memory lane, he recalls those labyrinths married with a shameless defeat. He praised the ruler and cursed his venture; the dreams remain invisible and optimism got washed away while the despondency turns him vacillating. His beloved was facing those monotonous days and insomniac nights. The […]

Phantom Thoughts


Posted in: Stories

By Vaidehi Sharma   It has been fifty four days since I saw you, and just in case you think that I have forgotten the formation of your face, then you are wrong. If you think that I haven’t even tried that, you’re wrong again. You should have warned me that it’s our last meeting, […]

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