Monthly Archives: September 2015

Trip to Sedona, the Red Rock City

Located in Southern Arizona, in the Verde valley, Sedona is known for its beautiful red sandstone formations. There are a number of trails for activities like hiking and mountain biking that run across the valley which makes it quite popular … Continue reading

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It had been a busy week. Meera, five years old in the elearning industry had taken the big career leap. After passing the multiple rounds of interview, she had been accepted for the position of a senior technical writer. The … Continue reading

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The Original Phenomenal Woman: Maya Angelou

Women live under the illusion that their body dimensions define their identity. They are suffering from an unhealthy body image. There is a tremendous pressure on the youth to conform to the society’s image of a healthy human, which for … Continue reading

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Memories of My Second Home

Eight years ago, any mention of my imminent move to this city would bring out the similar reactions from people – they were mortified at my decision, dismissing the city as a land with the hot, humid climate, where Hindi … Continue reading

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Studying Indian Writing in English

As a school student, I had read my fair share of books authored by Indian writers. Back then, it was Narayan’s Malgudi Days, Tagore’s works, and the minor works of Vikram Seth and Anita Desai which we got to read … Continue reading

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Lakshadweep, the Land of One Hundred Thousand Islands

Lakshadweep – in Sanskrit it means the land of one hundred thousand islands. Located in the Laccadive sea, this archipelago is the smallest of all the union territories of India. Only ten of the islands are inhabited, for which Kavaratti … Continue reading

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The Unsent Letter – 1

Dear A, I apologize for not responding to your letter. As I had told you earlier, all my waking hours were occupied by a project of gargantuan standards which had robbed me off the little social life I had for … Continue reading

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