Fiction

Teen-Storm in The Tea Cup

Something was brewing for sure, wondered Shubhada as she settled on the chair near dinning table. She had returned from market and Pihu, her teenage daughter had offered to make her tea. Shubhada was much delighted at it for she badly needed the hot sip to revitalize her batteries. Shubhada Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Inverted Reality

2320AD Fresh bout of attacks over the minority human settlements of Hominid Sector at Boreal Moon underway. The attack by the rouge humanoids started at 0300 hrs MST. Human causalities reported. Thus, went the news-cast on the telepathic extra-galactic devices (TEG) across Earth and Moon. TEG devices alerted its owner Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Charcoal and Limestone

Her eyes welled up as her name was called on stage. The packed auditorium had who’s who from the world of fine arts in attendance. The annual award function had brought the fraternity together to celebrate their passion and reward the best and the budding. As the auditorium erupted in Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
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

Bringing Up a Teen

“Please Mom, let me”, he pleaded. “No means no”, she replied sternly. “Only this time”, said he with a great sense of urge. “Its never ending” “Why no?”, he demanded to know. “You are too young to join the hacking universathon*. You are yet to reach the eligible age mark Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago