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Poem / Non-Fiction

September 16, 2017

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Your effort will make some big story so real here. May this effort do bigger things in our dream here. I have just made this epic for the next 50 years what we need to rethink in every making. :) Read More
A young couple find themselves on the brink of an arranged marriage, when they devise a plan to leave and make it while trying to find something a little more than they expected. Read More

Book / Travel

August 03, 2017

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Shelves: 1

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*The first south Indian movie compacted into story form.* *NOTE: In India, Vicky can be used as a male name, as it has been in this story* Maya, meet Vicky the police man. Vicky, meet Maya the media woman. And now that pleasantries are over, let me take you on… Read More
The circle of life is sometimes broken by greed, and sometimes by accident, but Karma does not care which; --- it seems. Read More
Hi everyone. So, this is my first post which is an essay on the topic What soes India's Foriegn Policies mean to Us? By the term "Us", I mean the youth. Again, I would like to mention that the views expressed are very much personal and are not aimed to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 07, 2017

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Comments: 1

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Lost in a foreign country … Read More
Child born with several special needs, orphaned in India, finds a family in the United States of America. This is her story. Read More
The story is about myself. It's based on how I started my career and how a person developed me into a ruthless person who almost has solution to everything possible in this world. I am posting it as first part of the story and later on will post further parts… Read More

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Fate Says is about a girl named Fate from Khaderi, Madhya Pradesh, India. When she's six years old and goes to the village school for the first time, she's sent to England in a boarding school, supposedly because she's fluent in English without ever going to any predominantly English-speaking place,… Read More

Tags: india

Essay / Non-Fiction

March 18, 2017

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Equality is a prerequisite quality of democracy, along with liberty. There are several dimensions to equality and it has some essential features. These determine the extent of equality. Through this essay, let us explore the extent of equality in India. Read More
This is a piece of fiction based in the backdrop of the famous peasant Movement at Nandigram in West Bengal ,India in 2007 where the two protagonists have two different ideas of life.It also reflects the hardship faced by the mass in the wake of the famed movement. Read More

Essay / Other

February 17, 2017

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Shelves: 2

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Miscellaneous / Other

February 03, 2017

Reads: 47

Shelves: 1

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read and you'll know... Read More

Tags: india, anecdote

Dedicated to all the women entrepreneur who fought for their dream and became one of the leading business tycoon worldwide. Read More
Kanthapura is a small village in the province of Kara. It is situated high on the Ghats and steep mountains. It is watered by the river Himavathy. It has many a centre of cardamom and coffee, rice and sugar cane. It is connected by roads which pass through the forest… Read More

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India is a country of diversity, every kind of people live here , different religion co-exists here together, but still due to some people that brotherhood , that love in between two communities gets disturbed and they stop trusting to the other community peoples. This story is about a conversation… Read More
In recent years, the Right to Information (RTI) has acquired a universal recognition. The intergovernmental organisations, civil society and many sections of the people have immensely contributed to this epoch making development. RTI is now being widely recognised as a Fundamental Human Right. It not only upholds the inherent dignity… Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

September 12, 2016

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Shelves: 1

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We are conditioned to feel sorry and ashamed for everything we deserve. Some instances ... Which will make you know how much the "gender" of a being actually damage. Read More

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humorous or satirical quotations to start with Read More

Tags: india, nosey, parker

I was assigned to write a speech in school about any problem in any country. We were given $3 million dollars to use to correct the problem. Every person in my sixth grade class did it, and I hope you agree that the issue I have chosen is one with… Read More

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a story about plight of an Indian peasant and how he depend on Monsoon. Read More

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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A short story that I wrote about a young Indian man hounded by inner conflict, completely consumed by the feeling of 'no way out'. Read More

Book / Romance

April 30, 2016

Reads: 107

Shelves: 1

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A woman's journey through life's ups and down Read More
It's a description of an unholy coalition between the Left Front and Congress in the Indian State of West Bengal. Read More
It's a description about some ludicrous judgement of the Indian Judiciary Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

March 15, 2016

Reads: 106

Shelves: 1

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It's a description of Honor Killings, a unique feature which takes place in India. Read More

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It's a description about the protest of the Students of Jawaharlal Nehru University about certain sensitive political issues. Read More

Poem / Memoir

January 22, 2016

Reads: 112

Shelves: 1

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This is a glorious day in our history. Thanking everyone who always make this day still more awesome. :) Read More

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When Saravati’s young child disappears she accuses her sister-in-law Manjula of kidnapping and killing her. The accusation is never proven but Manjula vows that she will clear her name. Thirty years after the kidnapping Manjula finally discovers the real killer but is brutally murdered. When Seema marries Saravati’s son and… Read More

Reads: 172

Comments: 3

Shelves: 2

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'Somewhere India Suffocates' is a poem inspired by a incident in 2015 in a small village of India that made world headlines, and even forced the UN Secretary General to speak out. The (according to me) politically motivated so called incident of 'communal violence' tarnished the image of the world's… Read More
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