Words of Winter

The frigid, frosty winters, which seem to have frozen all lives merely to our cosy beds, have held different meanings throughout the history of literature. With longer nights, winter has long awoken the writers and poets in many, also birthed phenomenal compositions ever to exist.

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Do You Dare To Have An Opinion Online?

The year began like any other year, with New Year’s parties, exams, and ill-fated gym memberships. The Internet remained a valid, virtual alternative to the real world and its in-person interactions. Then came along a virus, and the lockdown that soon followed made the online world the only world. This … Continue Reading

Cremation: An All-Boys Club

As a little girl, the concept of death was both frightening and alien. The first loss I experienced was of my grandfather (Dadu) at the age of ten, and for months I couldn’t come to terms with the fact that I won’t see him in the morning with his newspaper Continue Reading

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