Zamindar #BlogchatterA2Z

Singh family, is considered a true blue blood in this town. Earlier times, they used to own a lot of land and had a haveli. Locals would address them as Raja saheb. In olden days, Royal family would throw party at their pleasure palace outside the town during important festivals like holi, diwali and new... Continue Reading →

Auditor #SundayPhotoFiction

“Go and audit Remo’s Bar and Grille,” boss told Ramesh, “they pay well.” Ramesh detested driving in the summer heat. Air conditioner of his car was not working. He has to brave hot air with window open in his drive through desert like landscape. “Who opens a bar in the middle of no where?” wondered... Continue Reading →

Yearn #BlogchatterA2Z

  "I want to soak some sun, breathe fresh air, soothe my eyes looking at the greenery," insisted mother, "I am tired of these four walls. I cannot take it anymore." Mother noticed the yellow bicycle as soon as they emerged from the station. The sheer beauty of the yellow color filled her mind with... Continue Reading →

X Mas Present #BlogchatterA2Z

“Hari babu every year on this day you distribute so much snacks among neighborhood children!” the shop owner had once asked, “may I know why?” “This day reminds me of a boy looking at your shop, standing outside. Oldest of  siblings, it was his responsibility to take something home for rest of the family to... Continue Reading →

Wise Man #BlogchatterA2Z

Khurana was looking at the bright sunny day and deep blue ocean from his hotel room window. He could see a young man hugging his girl friend on the roof top of  adjacent house. “Something in the air, that arouses love and passion in people”, he thought. Inside, atmosphere was frosty. Mrs. Sharma was still... Continue Reading →

Vacation #BlogchatterA2Z

“Khurana, this is an all expense holiday package,” O P Khurana’s boss dangled it on his face and ordered, “get out and take the vacation.” The idea of a vacation was foreign to Khurana who was used to coming office early and leaving late. “What do people do in a vacation?” asked Khurana to his... Continue Reading →

A Room With A View #FridayFictioneer

“Give me a room, anything, at any price.” Arriving without a booking in peak season, he hoped to talk his way around.  “Sorry sir,” answered the reception clerk, “nothing for a week.” A lot of haggling later, manager offered an employees room at double the rent and no complementary breakfast. “Look at the view,” manager... Continue Reading →

Unanswered #BlogchatterA2Z

 Sam and Shalini noticed the teenage boy sitting by a tombstone. They saw the boy everytime they cut throught the cemetery to save time and distance. Initially, they ignored the boy. One day, Sam decided to enquire. In case if he could be of some help.  “Who is that boy sitting alone; I see him... Continue Reading →

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