Monday, August 19, 2019

The Billboard Leasin’ Company

We was a small billboard leasin' company. However, if yeh was privileged enough to attend a high school, yeh could call us an advertisin'...

Interview of a Professor with a Student – S. C. Dutta Roy

S. C. Dutta Roy - Former Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering This Professor was a renowned scholar on the subject of Vibrations, and his name and...

The Visitor – Pratyush Pandey

He packs up his suitcase, and ties up his frayed shoelaces. With wearied yet sturdy hands, he polishes his shoes clean; he goes out the door,...

The pain and bliss of nostalgia

Spending your childhood in Mumbai has a charm of its own. Where people complained of traffic and rush, I was too young to understand any of it. For me, that was the only way of living.

Places changed, people changed, situations changed through my stay of nine years, but one thing which never changed for me were the monsoons of Mumbai. It is of the monsoons which I hold the fondest recollections.

Beneath the Smile

By Priyanshi

I stood in front of that door. The door with that achingly familiar pine door knocker, with those random slivers of wood peeking from here and there, as if judging my presence. I felt like I was standing in front of a long lost friend, somebody deeply missed and longingly remembered every moment until this one.

यदि हमारा दिमाग, पेट होता

-यश जैन

जब हमारा जन्म हुआ तब ही लोगो ने बोल दिया था कि यह बच्चा बड़ा होकर हलवाई बनेगा। बचपन से ही लम्बोदर तो थे ही, थोडे बड़े हुए तो हमारे खाने की आदत देखकर लोगो को विश्वास होने लगा था कि उनकी भविष्यवाणी सच जरूर होगी । लेकिन किसी को यह नहीं पता था कि इसके लिये हमें कितने पापड़ बेलने ( और खाने) पड़ेंगे ।


-विनय प्रकाश शर्मा

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