Category Archives: Reflections

Cinderella & The Battle

CINDERELLA   I remember seeing those sapphire eyes for the first time; so beautiful. Maybe something so bright isn't meant to last long. It was autumn, I remember; the leaves floating down from the trees. My eyes had just happened to collide with hers as I rode back to the castle on my horse, and…
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Wall Art, The Fan & Poetry?

WALL ART   It stands in clear sight with its vibrant colors. The paper birds migrate to a place far away, following their leader on this epic journey. Its colors glint and sparkle in the sunlight. Amidst the drooping trees, it stands with its brilliant blue and yellow. Between the clouds, the birds fly past.…
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Sexuality in the time of Sobriety

“It’s about time we shed these prudish pre-conditioned layers and talk and deal with sexual explicitness in our books and films with a certain degree of refinement and maturity,” Sreemoyee Piu Kundu, author of the novel Sita’s Curse was quoted in a recent article in Hindustan Times which proclaimed that sex had finally come out…
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10 Women who changed Literature

Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966): At her death, the Russian poet was considered the greatest woman poet in the history of Russian literature. Jane Austen (1775-1817): Who hasn't read Sense and Sensibility or Pride and Prejudice? The English writer first gave the novel its distinctly modern character through her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life, creating the comedy of manners of…
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