[She saw a dad scolding 10 year old Amreen, as she wanted to mark her name in golden. She saw him leave her all alone; she couldn’t stop believing the plantations she sowed were going far away from her. She was all alone, with none around. It seemed she lost everyone in this world to the Avalanche].
Furious over the thought, she couldn’t stop tears flowing. Unable to lift her feet buried deep within the snow boundaries, her throat became dry. She managed to drink & eat less but all the bottles in the back pack were … Continue Reading
It was a lovely morning, full of radiance and I felt a fragrance in the aura! Didn’t know that a little kid was going to make me ponder over this life once again. A small kid prompted me to give a thought, a feeling which had hid in me due to the social outlook to believe in GOD, Join hands & Pray. A thought which once I completely ignored believing only in good deeds, wishing & doing something which bring smiles to others. Once again today, these thoughts were rekindled in my beating heart:). It’s nothing to do with the … Continue Reading
It was again a dull day, similar to the old days when she heard her parents yelling & screaming. She saw her friends making mockery out of her, neighbours pointing and laughing all around. She just couldn’t hold on to the ugly forces running within. Did “Love” had no space in the hearts of these people? Highly confused & tortured, she ran out of her home. She ran & ran until stumbling upon a rock, a huge rock besides a lovely stream passing by…So calm, so serene. She wondered, how could it happen, why it didn’t have the force, why … Continue Reading
Syed & Gayatri didn’t mean to fall in love. But love happens when you least expect it. It creeps up suddenly. When someone needs attention, care, conversation, laughter and maybe even intimacy, Love ignites. Love doesn’t look at logic or at backgrounds and least of all, religion.
Gayatri was from a very conservative South Indian family that went to a temple every Saturday. Syed bought goats for his family every Eid. That said it all. Their paths would never have crossed if it hadn’t been for that fateful day. That day when he walked into the … Continue Reading