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One evening at the coffee shop their eyes met from one table to another they secretly conversed about a loveless marriage and a relationship that wasn’t meant to be She wasn’t a gold-digger as the world saw her Just someone who seeked a partner as ambitious and focused as her He wasn’t as perfect as […]

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“Jeene ke liye socha hi nahi… dard sambhaalne honge, Muskuraaye toh muskuraane ke… karz uthaarne honge…” Revathi sinks into her chair as Anup Ghoshal’s voice fills the room. Her legs, which have won her many a race in her youth, have begun conceding to the steady march of time. Though her medical reports deem her [...]
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As I stand in the rain; Hopes lost, Desires drowned, and Dreams blown to pieces. I ask myself, why so late? I see the children playing, Their radiant faces reflecting The reason for their happiness; And happy, they should be. Yet; no one tries to read my mind; Why I stand here; no one seems […]

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READ THE PREQUEL OF THIS STORY HERE : https://tellmeyourstory.in/a-lucrative-offer/ Prologue “Don’t you love your wife?” “Yes, I do.” “No, you don’t!” A haze of unease engulfed Rajesh - what does Mona mean? While preparing a befitting reply he sees many other members of the Indian community gathering around his table; everyone’s finger pointed at him. [...]
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Synopsis Geometry of Nature with its borders haunt the three characters. Minds struggle to fathom their depths; minds flounder as they confront and co-operate. The story is about obsessions; a false sense of temporary control is felt over others by each character. A false hope of mastering their own desires drives their actions. Triangles tell [...]
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It was 5am on the fifth day of July. There was something different about that rainy morning. Instead of Piyali getting dressed for school, her mother was dressing up to leave the house. The bags were packed. Shraddha checked her handbag to ensure that she had her phone charger and glasses in it. Arun was [...]
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Prologue  It all started with the onset of the Hornby Vellard Project in 1784. The low-lying marshy areas opened up to habitation and the kamathis, or labourers took up place to make a living and thriving in the area. No one clearly remembers the date or year when Lal Bazaar, as the area was formerly [...]
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"The red color had been the most fascinating thing for me!" It was the winter of 2002. I was there, lying. Pricking myself with the needle because of that color red. My fascination towards that liquid had left freckles all over my arms, my feet, my legs, and my face. They called me 'Ugly psycho' [...]
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The epic past reminded him about his memories. He used to walked down the lane at the evening to drop her at the bus stop. When it rained, she held his hand under the umbrella, shared their thoughts and waited there at the crossing looking at each other. Yesturday the sky was overcasted with insane [...]
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