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Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Handwritten Notes)

-By Kalpana- Hello folks!! When was the last time you came across a written note? When was the last time you wrote a note to someone? I can see a huh! in the millennium generation’s expression. Today, I ordered food from a restaurant. Name of the restaurant- 48 Plates. I was pleasantly surprised to see… Continue reading Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Handwritten Notes)

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Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Sunset years)

-By Kalpana- Sunset years I gazed at the grace, elegance, dignity of our ancestors starkly evident, in their direct, proud gaze in the black and white photos or their portraits. Attractive, polite behaviours, honour, were the credit of their existence, their graceful presence must have filled a room, attracting awe inspiring attention. The hippie, carefree,… Continue reading Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Sunset years)

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Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Stay Fit! Do not Envy!)

-By Kalpana- I marched down to the grocery store in my society. Fresh fruits and vegetables would be delivered in the morning. The routine felt a bit tight. But, I held on tight to fresh vegetables on my tables rule and found myself down. It took me around 40 minutes to pick up my groceries… Continue reading Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Stay Fit! Do not Envy!)

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Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Superiority/Inferiority Complex)

-By Kalpana- Super se bhi Upar Complex- Superiority/Inferiority Complex Is The world really suffering from a superiority complex? To combat the inferiority complex; one develops a superiority complex.  The ‘cool dude’ look, the over tattooed looks are a cry for handling the inert weaknesses that needs to be tackled, accepted, moulded to a level to help us… Continue reading Sone Ka Anda/Musings (Superiority/Inferiority Complex)

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Sone Ka Anda/Musings (To be or not to be)

-By Kalpana- To be.. or Not to be! To be or not to be..? I don’t’ know. Here’s how I will depict that. I was travelling by metro to Delhi. The train speeded unconcerned about equally indifferent passengers.  I glanced around. Sitting or standing, each head was bowed to the web on their palms. The eerie… Continue reading Sone Ka Anda/Musings (To be or not to be)