Category Archives: Social Lens

When ‘The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’ Got Me Thinking: Are Women Born To Be Mothers?

So, recently, I joined the Amazon/Netflix bandwagon. Yes, it was too tempting a proposition to be stalled. It brought me face to face with a plethora of TV shows and movies (making my procrastinating ways even worse). As I greedily … Continue reading

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Withered #FlashFiction

She walked out of the residential block and turned towards the garden that overlooked the palatial cream coloured building. She tiptoed through the garden which was laden with myriads of beautiful flowers. Inadvertently, her eyes fell towards a corner. An … Continue reading

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And then she slept!!

I sit on the big brown coloured couch which is discolured at the edges but still offers the warmth of an old friend. I am fidgeting with the remote and my eyes are transfixed on the television which presents a … Continue reading

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Zest for life!!

It was a beautiful evening. Soft wind rustled the trees that otherwise stood gaunt and aloof. A petite young woman rambled on the pathway just outside the society entrance. A cute little girl, who must be five or six years … Continue reading

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Youthful !!

‘Hello from the other side, I must have called a thousand times’. As I sat near the first floor apartment, the melody hit my ear and I was moved by the sheer power of the husky voice. The woman who … Continue reading

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