Month: December 2017

Almost a Thief

“Hold this! Keep holding it. Don’t let go!” The young boy looked on with surprise as he took it in his hands. All I gave him was a tiny piece of white paper, torn at the edges. It had a number written on it. I found it lying among all the broken pieces of furniture …

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Second Nature

This short story was written after I was impressed by a massive cleanliness drive in India undertaken by its Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. I wanted to show the importance of that initiative through a story that talks about the World’s most polluted river – Ganga (The Ganges). BOOK TITLE: SECOND NATURE The rickety bus struggled …

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THE QUEST FOR BODHI

Reality and Illusion are intermixed in a World where time and space are not constant, a dimension where events overlap in the past, present and future. Can the creator manipulate events in many Worlds of the Universe? It was a freezing cold morning in Buffalo City. Several inches of snow pounded the entire state of …

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