A Letter to 2016

Dear 2016, It’s almost time for you to go. Most of us are excited – a new year means new opportunities, a second chance, a new beginning. The feeling of hope and excitement and anticipation are back in the air. Some probably don’t want you to leave. You had been the best year of their … Continue reading A Letter to 2016

Time Stops at Shamli

“For it isn’t time that’s passing by, my friend; it is you and I.” Ruskin Bond has been my favorite ever since I read his book, Rain in the Mountains: Notes from the Himalayas, and after that I’ve devoured most of the non-fiction books he’s written: from his memoir about his beginning years as a … Continue reading Time Stops at Shamli


I’m very scared as I type this. I’ve never shared my fiction with so many people before. As a matter of fact, I’ve never shown my work to anyone who understands literature. I know this is not my best work – just a piece from the many I have been writing every day. I read … Continue reading Rain