Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Boat Festival – A short story


The village of Mayilakam and the areas around it, baked in the hot summer sun. The Earth was dry and the small river that flowed through the village had very little water left. The people of Mayilakam were farmers and … Continue reading

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What’s really important?


This afternoon, after a crazily busy month, I finally got some free time. I lazily flipped through the hundreds of TV channels that never seem to stop churning out programs. I finally decided to watch a movie. The channel I … Continue reading

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The Toothless Granny – A Short Story


The village of Marakad was far away from any town or city, comprising a small community of farmers who grew rice. Life went by at a pace dictated by the planting season and the harvest season. The people of the … Continue reading

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The No Strings Attached Award


I would like to thank Hyperion Sturm for this nomination. It means a lot to me, as I take every nomination as a happy sign that someone has taken the time to read my blogs and appreciate them. Thank you … Continue reading

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THE PREMIO DARDOS AWARD


Dear friends, I would like to thank 4 Year Old Adult for nominating me for ‘THE PREMIO DARDOS AWARD’.  I am truly touched by this nomination, simply because it means a lot to me that you have taken the time … Continue reading

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Twilight Walk – A Short Story


Fiona had to run across M.G.Road, and walk about 300 m to drop off a set of documents to another office, and get back to her workplace to wind down for the day. She grabbed her handbag, took the folder … Continue reading

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On my guard


So, my left ankle is slowly getting better and I am able to walk around, albeit with a pronounced limp. After my fall, my knee seems to have a problem with the ankle’s movement and for the last few days, … Continue reading

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The Search – A Short Story


It was raining heavily, as she opened the door to the flat. The rain had started without notice, and she was thoroughly drenched. Rivulets of water poured down her body, as she struggled with the many plastic bags, containing grocery … Continue reading

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See you next week


Dear friends, I will be away from blogging till this weekend. Have a great week. See you soon. Nimi

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No Plans …..


There are days, when things don’t go according to plan. Ask me! I had a long ‘things to do’ list planned for this weekend, and many chores scheduled for Friday; and how did I spend it? In bed, with a … Continue reading

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