Indra’s Aaromale #2 – A Love Story of Library, Verses and Dying Eye-Lids.

“Man’s greatest tragedy is that he can conceive of a perfection which he cannot attain.” – Lord Byron(Jerome MacGann) She found me roots of relish sweet,       And honey wild, and manna-dew,And sure in language strange she said—       ‘I love thee true’. She took me to her Elfin grot,       And there she wept and sighed full sore,And there…

The Faded Leaves of Freedom – Dystopian Diaries #2

When has the world lost its meaning and when has the last poet lived? These are clueless questions which didn’t even babble over the minds of mindless post-humans who led their lives in the aimless refute of LIFE. The past order and harmony has gone. The nature and its love has vexed. The sun has gone merciless and the gases that infuriate him were hovering around the once precious, life-filled planet of this solar system.

The Great Fall – A Divine Vision – A Resonance of Faith

For He, who remains indescribable even by the scores of Vedas and myriad of Myths woven on this scared lands by the most spiritual of the sages throughout the ages. For our sake, let’s call Him. . . Shiva! Part 1: Where is it we were going? I do not remember. Or, is it like…

Dramatization of “A Shady Plot”

Dramatization of “A Shady Plot” A Story by Elise Brown A Two Act Play – Nagendra Sarma Characters: John Hallock – The Writer Lavinia Hallock – Hallock’s Wife Helen – The Ghost Gladolia – Hallock’s Maid Miss Laura Hinkle – A Friend of Lavinia A Few Women Props: Three rooms with minimal furniture. Five Ouija…

Dark Omen – A Bizarre Short-Story

It all started in the morning when I was sitting before the window, staring through the grills of it and thinking something which was vague. What that was I was thinking, I too cannot answer, for I forgot everything except for the posture I was in, till the little kid with smiles came an stood…

The Deific Cycle of Bholenath – A Tale of Divine Intervention

Him and The Pillars: The thousands of pillars that stand letting the roof guard the tens of thousands of people in the temple strike a smiling similarity between what I think of my own life. Pillars – they are architectural monuments. They stand defeating the sands of time. They mark the existence of a temple…