Labelled

I had recently moved to Pune due to a job change. Though the city was not entirely new to me, having lived here in my teens, I was coming back after almost 15 years. As I was taking up residence on the outskirts of the city in a place called Hinjewadi which consists largely of… Continue reading Labelled

Writing my destiny #FridayFotoFiction

As a child, I always dreamt of working in London. Like the office goers, suited up, with a plush brief case and a newspaper in tow, I would march into King’s Cross Station and board the train. I would walk into a swanky office, do some big job and bring home money.Money which I could… Continue reading Writing my destiny #FridayFotoFiction

One hell of a coincidence #MicroMondays

“Ma, I dont want to get married,I am rejecting Deepak Ramaswamy, tell him the girl rejected him”. I walked off, I wasn’t ready for marriage. The interview letter in my hand signified a new beginning. I would earn my own bread, meet someone interesting and marry when I was ready. I knocked the door,butterflies in… Continue reading One hell of a coincidence #MicroMondays

Do you believe in ghosts? #FridayFotoFiction

I had just joined a new MNC as a Director. It was a bit surprising to see the chilled out attitude of people, everyone shut shop by 5. This is outrageous, it won’t work. I would make sure no one chills at the cost of the company. It was 8pm and the office was deserted.… Continue reading Do you believe in ghosts? #FridayFotoFiction

A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction

Tara looked at the clogged sink and cursed “Damn this had to get jammed today, of all the days. John is out of town and there is a strike, how on earth am I going to call the plumber?” Reena was passing by her house when she saw the door ajar and walked in. “Anyway… Continue reading A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction

A month away from home #GratitudePost

October has been an eventful month. It began with the preparations for my 2.5 month business trip to Zurich, as I was cramming my bag with almost every other thing. When you have the luxury of business class travel, extra baggage is least of your worries- a generous 64kg baggage is what I was permitted… Continue reading A month away from home #GratitudePost

The Lady Loan Shark #ShortStory

I met Kala aunty after ages- it had been almost 12 years. I last remember when I was in college, she had come visiting our place from Mumbai. She and her little daughter Meera ¬†We played with Meera in the backyard, she was barely 10. I was pleased to see the young 24 year old… Continue reading The Lady Loan Shark #ShortStory