Book: MIRAGE Publication: Xpress Publishing (Notion Press) Pages: 52 Price: 100/ The book is available online. If you desperately need a break from the daily chores, from a zoom meeting, from catering to the needs of family members, pick this book up. I guarantee you will not be disappointed. Just eight stories in a book… Continue reading Mirage: Short Story Collection By Kamlesh Tripathi
This April 2020, I am participating in the A to Z Blogging Challenge. My theme this month is Mental/Emotional Health. I shall be writing articles/ stories/ poems/book review/ movie review for each letter the entire month. Today is Day 6. For the letter F, I am writing about Making Friends, becoming soldiers of your happy souls… Continue reading Are you Friends with yourself?!
Today morning, after seven years of ruthless wait, a young girl was awarded justice. Today, as we woke up to a new dawn, the law of the country brought to rest a nation's shameful tragedy. But, isn't justice delayed actually justice denied? In all these years after Nirbhaya was gang-raped, tortured, stripped of self-respect so… Continue reading Justice delivered amidst Corona!
Calligraphy always has been an attraction for me. Maybe, because very early in life, when I was in the 2nd Grade to be precise, I was nurtured into the world of beautiful handwriting by my Class Teacher Miss Lynch. Her gift endured over the years and calligraphy became an added attraction which I couldn't pursue.… Continue reading Calligraphy Calling!
Life can get hectic, cumbersome and you kind of lose track of time and memories. To jolt me out of this reprieve came two school friends of mine who I share my little girl years with. Myra and Savitha! Myra was coming from Bangalore to attend a wedding and Savitha, had been living in the… Continue reading Meeting Primary School Friends after 3 Decades!
When you meet people in real whom you have been interacting for a long time online, it is a real pleasure! Meeting Dr Amit Nagpal was one such occasion. I had been reading Trainer, Coach and Brand Storyteller's little ideas and stories off and on. And, they always made me identify with the thoughts mentioned.… Continue reading Meeting Dr. Amit Nagpal
The bald head,those branded spherical spectacles,the white loin cloth and that lean long stick -we identify so much with all those that symbolized freedom.Even today, when all seems lostwhen law and order is just a line on paper,when conscience is only a fashionable wordto decorate self help journals,the brisk steps marching with hopeseem the only… Continue reading If he could, We can!
Being part of an Open Mic is always fun! Because you get to meet different kinds of people. Because you are exposed to varied kinds of talents. Because it is wonderful being part of something that makes you feel happy. And, more than anything else, because it helps you express yourself freely, without limitations. So,… Continue reading Soulistic Poetry
A twirly tweak of sunshine plays outside my window today which saw only rain, gloomy clouds and water that filled up roads, drains and potholes a week or two back.During one such day, 5th November 2017 to be precise, there was an Open Mic event (LIT) where I had to present my poetry. It was… Continue reading Hot soothing tea with poetry trails
It has been ages since I drew, sketched or painted. Watching my son do some sketching made me relive the moments, years ago when I painted and sketched with joyous abandon. So, I made a beginning. Once Again. The sketch is titled A Beginning