Fiction

Two Pairs of Mittens #FridayReflections

“Why did you turn off the fan, Granny?”, grumbled Sunaina, rubbing her eyes and struggling to open them. She was standing at the kitchen entrance. Chanting Annapurna (Goddess of Food) stotram (prayer), Granny was busy preparing breakfast. “Good morning, grumpy bear”, she said, as she turned around to attend to Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Game of Life

The clock had barely struck six, when Raghu returned home. Sinking into sofa, he dumped laptop bag by his side with much anguish. ‘Something not right. Performance pressure can be killing’, thought Appa*, as he winded up game of solitaire. “Coffee?”, asked Appa, patting Raghu’s mop. Piping hot filter coffee, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Three Is…

It was raining cats and dogs, close to a week. Though life went on usual at Iyer household, something was amiss. The morning rush hour saw Radhika deep in thoughts standing close to the kitchen platform, one day. She was lost to such a great extent that she failed to Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Lesser Of Two Evils

Bonita and Matilda. As different as chalk and cheese. One was an owl; the other an early rising star. One was meticulous and disciplined; the other impromptu and disorderly. One loved the outdoors and other indoors. One was as soft as butter and the other as hard as diamond. It Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago