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The Mountain Song

Bahadur was a legend. A hero and a saviour and we, the children, looked up to him. His unconventional ways charmed us; his bravado, when chasing away the neighbour’s menacing Pomeranian, and swearing to take revenge against those pesky little mutts for having chased down his children, protected us; his magical ways with which he…

The Lives of Others

How I love the lyrical rhythm, flow, and emotions, concealed and glaring, in the phrase, the lives of others. Ruminating over the romanticism of the words, I am reminded of having read a namesake book ‘The Lives of Others’ penned by Booker nominated Neel Mukherjee a couple of years ago. Amazed and fascinated that I…

As It Was

“You know it’s not the same as it was”, croons Harry Styles plaintively in his recent song. And metamorphosing into a comforting earworm, the song, layered with vintage shades of nostalgia and what seems like a tribute to the bygone times, literally and figuratively, quite unprepared, teleports me into a labyrinth, brown and purple, of…

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