Musings

The Last Day #WOW

“Aane wala pal, jaane wala hai. Ho sake to isame jindgi bita do, pal ye jo jane wala hai” Song glided as smoothly, in my mind, as the dandelion gliding in the meadow, as I got up to welcome my day. It happens with me many a times that my Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Humour

Interview #MondayMusings

Other day I was having a regular telecon with my mother. Its pretty normal between a mother and daughter to discuss varied topics under the Sun, to last the conversation for at least half an hour. In our case, I am the one who does most of the talking, leaving Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Essays

Can See, Won’t Listen

Do you know what accompanies monsoon? Let me give you clues… EOR, EOS? Most of the humanity on my side of Earth is directly or indirectly affected by and happily or unhappily associated with this annual phenomenon! Discount sale, what else can it be… none other than  ‘End of Reason’, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Essays

Mother Only

It was lunch time. Warming and heating up the food, I called out for children. I had tough time getting them to the table. “Not hungry yet”, “It can’t be lunch time so early” were the recorded replies that I was played to. Herding the sheep to the pen would Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago