Someone at the Door #Indispire

 “Thud Thud Thud,” “Thud Thud Thud” “Thud Thud Thud”. Mrs Patel heard the sound of knockon her front . “It cannot be,” she closed her eyes and wanted to go back to sleep, “I am not leaving warm bed now.” Rythmic beatings were relentless - three knocks a five second break again three knocks. As if a... Continue Reading →

Learning is Living #Selfimprovement

This week Indispire asks if learning has an age bar. I think learning has no limit.. To me learning is freedom. In life we often equate learning with potential to earn. By extension, potential to earn is equated with acquiring a degree / diploma that will enable a person enter an organization with a gainful... Continue Reading →

My Encounter With Baapu #GandhiReturns

This week, Indispire prompt asks us to describe an interaction with Baapu Gandhi, if we happened to meet him. The following is my story. I could only open my mouth in my dream. In real life, I would stand spellbound and overawed. I did not know, when I dozed off listening to election result. I... Continue Reading →

To Each Writer, His Own #StoryWriting

The following question has been posed as current week’s Indispire prompt : “Must story writers pick up incidents from their own life or create everything in their imagination? Where do good stories really begin?” When a writer decides to pen a story, he has to create a plot and develop characters supporting the plot. Can... Continue Reading →

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