The Subtle Irony Of being A Woman!

  Sanskrit, the mother of all Indian languages describes women in the following manner: “Karyesu Mantri Karmesu Dasi Rupesu Laksmi Ksamaya Dharitr Snehesu Mata Sayanesu Vesya Sadkarma Nari Kuladharma patni (Pillai) By which, the saying literally means that an ideal woman should be a minister in practical affairs, a slave in action, Goddess Lakshmi inContinue reading “The Subtle Irony Of being A Woman!”

“They”

  They say I didn’t fight enough They don’t know How my body aches How my body has Lost the feeling to Feel the pain.   They say I didn’t raise my voice enough They don’t know How my throat itches How my voice has Completely lost the feeling to Feel the voice.   TheyContinue reading ““They””

The fighting cows

There were two cows, fighting over a bag of plastic thrown callously on the ground beside the bin. They were struggling with their mouths to try tearing the bag so as to eat something out of it. The bag wouldn’t slit and the cows wouldn’t let go. I saw this for a full five minutesContinue reading “The fighting cows”