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Rakhi Wale Bhagwan Ji

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrintLata apni maa ke paas aakar boli, “Maa, maa, parson Raksha Bandhan hai. Main kisey Rakhi bandhoongi?” Har saal Sudha ko apni beti ke iss sawal ka koi na koi jawab dena padta tha. “Abhi Rakhi main do… Continue Reading

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The Mitters of Kolkata

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrintThe strange email ended, “Don’t leave Calcutta without seeing Doctor Mitter’s Delgado. Mitter is a queer old Eastern Indian, a Bengalee, a mystic , and a devout student of the Indian as well as Bengali Cultural Renaissance. He… Continue Reading

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The Sunshine Village

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrintThe Sunshine Village     Once, a long time ago, there lived two sisters, Martha and Bertha in a village called ‘Sunshine Village’. They were married to two brothers – Peter and Paul. Martha and Peter had named their… Continue Reading

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Selena’s Legacy – Part 2

Flower Arrangement at the Manor

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrintSelena’s Legacy – Part 2 Continued from Part 1 In the afternoon Lady Augusta rested in her room and Selena did the same. The evening passed playing cards in the drawing room and dinner was a bit early… Continue Reading

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Selena’s Legacy

Manor House

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrintSelena’s Legacy Selena rang the bell of the big Manor House and waited patiently. After a moment, the door opened and she was ushered inside by a thin tall man with a severe countenance. He took her to… Continue Reading

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The Photograph

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrint The Photograph Hurray! I was free! For two glorious months I wouldn’t have to see school again or have nightmares about Miss Lal’s notorious cane. Visions of cool glasses of lemonade, exciting books, endless games of cricket and… Continue Reading

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The Picture

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrint The Picture When Pramita Mukherjee’s daughter was born twenty six years ago, her first reaction in the labour room was an outburst of tears, tears of joy, which the doctor and the nursing staff mistook for bitter tears… Continue Reading

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An Incidence on a Summer Night

Like & ShareFacebookTwitteremailGoogle+DiggLinkedinPinterestTumblrStumbleUponPrint An Incidence on a Summer Night We are often unable to explain certain incidents in life. When you hear about a strange incident experienced by someone, you can choose to disbelieve, which largely depends on your own liking… Continue Reading