In Search of Swaraj

I’ve lived a vast majority of my life in a dominion where a minority (one-fourth) of the population wielded a disproportionate amount of power over the numerical majority. Much like the British did in colonial India. I speak, of course, of the great power bestowed upon my mother, by the unmentioned powers of the universe. Anyone even mildly familiar with display of said power would … Continue reading In Search of Swaraj

Eighty-seven Thousand Dollars

This should mark the start of something I’ve been trying to do for almost 3-4 years now. That is to write a book, a short story in fact. Would’ve been over 6-7 years for that other book (novel) to make reality but, I figured let’s have small steps to bigger goals. Without further ado, let’s have a quote about procrastination and shoot.   “The best … Continue reading Eighty-seven Thousand Dollars

The spoon of destiny

“That’s positively preposterous.” I said, absently engaged in conversation with Danny, while trying not to step on icky things. Danny here, is the human equivalent of garbage. “Nah, man. I think that should’ve been the canon ending.” replied Dan I said, “Nay, I say.” In reference to an earlier conversation. With an expression that screamed of murder, Dan said, “Are you joking, man? Seriously? I … Continue reading The spoon of destiny

Book Review: Kafka On The Shore

“Anyone can tell a story that resembles a dream, it’s the rare artist, like this one, who can make us feel that we are dreaming it ourselves” – New york times book review   There are different kinds of fiction. Sometimes it is about building a story maybe a fantasy world, a deception, a mystery, a romance or a drama. Other times there are books … Continue reading Book Review: Kafka On The Shore