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Disconnected and Discontented.

Endless scrolling. Refreshing our feed for the Nth time. Just filling our time with meaningless memes and post. Just lateral scrolls. Passive. Without even registering what is on the screen, half the time.┬áJumping from one app to another. Constant online presence. Always being "connected". Tied up to a wall port. Like a dog on a... Continue Reading →

Temptation and Resistance.

As I am sitting here in my corner, all I could think of is my mom's mysore pak sitting in the kitchen. The delicious, aromatic, oh so sweet mysore pak. Recently, I have gone spiritual, a journey for my betterment, reading the great Hindu religious books, a few pages at a time. The most basic... Continue Reading →

Guide for a Happy life.

+via Daily Prompt: Present Today was a bad day. But now its okay. I am here. I am happy. You know what the world hides from you? That life is hard. That it is not fair. We have been brought up with a 'goal- chasing' mindset. We always think that we get/do this "one" thing,... Continue Reading →

World through my 6 inch device.

You know you are in the age of Internet when your Dad leaves a birthday wish on your Facebook wall. Yes, that happened on my Birthday! I am a 90's Indian kid. So, I have been fortunate enough to remember the time before the age of smartphones and internet. The time when doing an assignment... Continue Reading →

My Journey through Books.

I think my love for books started as a love for stories. When I was young, my parents disconnected the cable connection in my house, as they thought it was spoiling me rotten, which it did. So the only way to spend my summer vacation was by listening to my Patti's stories. And she had... Continue Reading →

A Total Love for Strangers- in retrospect.

One of my earliest childhood memories involves me, standing over the big grilled window in our balcony with my Patti, talking to people passing on the street and them replying back. The conversations, obviously are not lengthy ones, but short fragments full of love for a little girl in a white shimmy! I don't know... Continue Reading →

Bharathi and Modern Feminism

It was my Patti who introduced me to Bharathi, when I was in 5th standard, for a Tamil poem reciting competition. It was Kakkai siraginiley. And I was in love with the man. He talked about everything that are buzz words right now. Independence, equality, love, romance, and most importantly, Feminism. The guy had great... Continue Reading →

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