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
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
Health

Croaking Donnybrook

Month of May is spelt as mangoes, relatives and vacation! An inseparable part of it is eating out, making merry and lots of clicks to browse through later on. One such week end, as a family tradition, all the four members of my family sat down for a “May rewind”. Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago