Category: Star Seniors

One More, Perhaps 0

One More, Perhaps

The phone rang once. Twice. Thrice. “Hello?” I said. “Hello, Beta,” said chhotte baba. “Namaste Baba,” I said twirling my hair. “What happened?” he asked. “Nothing,” I said. “I was just calling. What’s going...

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About a boy

When Roopa ma’am told stories, her hair almost looked like they would crackle. “And of course, it was during this time that my son decided to have a birthday party,” she continued with her...

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Limerick

The clock over the teacher’s table ticked. I was watching it rather anxiously. It wasn’t because I was desperate to get out of class – I was just done with my assignment. “Tanvi, are...

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Shakespeare

When Caesar had died, Maanvi and I had gone to Jaya aunty’s home to give our condolences. Caesar wasn’t a very old dog – well, he didn’t look it, anyway. He was actually around...

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Things my Grandfather Taught Me: Zarda

“One cup of sugar,” Baba said. “Like – all together at once?” I questioned. “Obviously not,” said Baba. When I did something very obviously stupid, Baba’s octave would always drop a little, and the...

Kotpees 0

Kotpees

By the time Maanvi was done dealing, there was nothing but darkness outside the house. Whatever light was there in the room was strained, pressed against the cards – illuminating whatever it could. “Paan,”...

Walking Shoes 0

Walking Shoes

When Caesar had died, Maanvi and I had gone to Jaya aunty’s home to give our condolences. Caesar wasn’t a very old dog – well, he didn’t look it, anyway. He was actually around...

Sakhi Groups in making- Mrs. Yadav 0

Sakhi Groups in making- Mrs. Yadav

One can often learn a lot of lessons in their life lessons that are beyond the books. These are the kind of lessons and experiences that matter! Our today’s feature- Mrs. Yadav does precisely...