Days passed, the flowers bloomed again. Sunlight unbroken by the clouds welcomed the spring. Mornings filled with the dawn chorus, nothing changed much. Engrossed in crofting, the desolation in me waned; the world seemed lively again. But as the nightfall sets in, gloominess engulfs me like a dementor's kiss. With no shadow for company, I… Continue reading Spring may come and go but the coldness in me stays
You cannot go back time and bring back what turned to dust. The days flutter with the her thoughts. Her little giggles and sparkly umber eyes flash only in your dreams. Life cannot be contained, so set the cage free
The Sun hid his visage behind the grey nimbus. Trees rustled for the wind's tantrum. Dampness filled all over the place, making the laundry undry. Unusual silence instilled the barn; one could only hear the frogs' croaking. The cattle lay silently chewing their cud, wondering if their master would come, As he never missed a… Continue reading Nippy Evenings !!
Recently Pilliyarpatti temple got its Raja gopuram refurbished and the consecration happened in May 2017. We planned a trip to the womb entrepreneurs' in Tamil Nadu - Karaikudi. Solid 6 hr travel from Coimbatore to Karakudi via Natham, the shoddy roads disrupted our pleasant travel. In the nick of time, we entered the temple for… Continue reading Karaikudi – Pillayarpatti – Thirukoshtiyur
Shivasamudra falls was a long pending trip, so my husband and I planned to hit the road. Vrooming into the Dimbam Ghat section we found a lone tusker in the middle of the bamboo forest. The tusker looked young and was kind enough to pose for the bikers’ selfies. On reaching Chamrajnagar we had our… Continue reading Shivasamudra – Talakad – Mysore _ Dhondeling
Davanagere railway station seemed to buzz with locals today. The clock showed 11:30 pm, Urvashi jittering around with her unsteady movements was waiting to take a train to Hubli. Her father Ranga Reddy is a renowned agriculturist in Davanagere. His chateau in the middle of his fields gives a panoramic view of the village. Belonging… Continue reading Trafficked – Fiction 1