A Night with Mallu Porn


Who am I? I am you. Maybe I am most of you. Maybe I am none of you. For the universe I am a microscopic blimp on the face of time, but that is for the philosophers to philosophize and I am certainly not one. For you I am the mind’s curiosity. I am the … Continue reading

Shardul


Venkatesh was an introvert and hardly talked to anyone. No he wasn’t a sociopath, neither was he suffering from depression….he just liked the peace that solace gave him. Far from the maddening crowd if you will. This ensured that his social circle was nothing to brag about. He lived alone in a large farmhouse in … Continue reading

Surviving a Party


Wrote this post for Campughanta. Please click on the link to read it there: Surviving a Party The speakers blared the latest Honey Singh hit, as I downed my 4th shot of Vodka. The DJ had played the song 8 times, since the jam session had started about an hour ago. I was beginning to hate … Continue reading

The Old Man


Posting a story I had written a long time back It was a beautiful morning on the hills of Darjeeling. I had woken up early (around 2:00 A.M.) to visit Tiger Hill, the summit of Ghoom about 11 km from the city. The main attraction of the place is the view of the sunrise over … Continue reading

Ecstasy and Irony


The air was still with the sound of silence. Not a leaf moved, not a breath was heard. The Six thousand strong crowd waited….silently, patiently. All eyes were on him now. He knew it, he felt it. It was what he had always dreamed of. His moment of retribution, his moment of glory. He remembered … Continue reading

Aimee


Young Aimee was now leading the much depleted herd. She was chosen after the sudden demise of the previous matriarch Varuna, who was run over by a speeding train while they were crossing the railway line. The accident had happened a few days ago when a couple of young ones got stuck in the track. … Continue reading

The Heart’s Secret


On special demand by Pallavi and Sapna, I have written this love story. Actually, this is the first time I have written a love story. It has love as an emotional binder, but it is different. A story which has an ending but no beginning. Names of the characters were suggested by Sapna. Read on………. … Continue reading

Shardool – Part 4


This is the fourth and the final part. Previously: Shardool 1, Shardool 2, Shardool 3 On his way back he bought some chains. He had decided that Shardool cannot be let loose in the night. He will have to chain him till a permanent solution could be found. Things went peacefully till one day a … Continue reading

Shardool – Part 3


Previously: Shardool – Part 2 Since his last adventure Shardool had become quite vary of mirrors. He treated them like a source of evil magic. His body always quivered in front of one. He was now one year old and was able to fend off for himself, but it would be almost another year before … Continue reading

Shardool – Part 2


This is Part – 2 of the story titled Shardool. For those who missed Part – 1 here is the link: Shardool-1 Shardool was growing stronger by the day and Venkatesh understood that the farmhouse, though spread over a large area, was too small a playground for him. He needed the open air; he was … Continue reading

Shardool – Part 1


Venkatesh was an introvert person and he hardly talked to anyone. His social circle was nothing to brag about and he lived alone in a large farmhouse in a village on the outskirts of Kozhikode city near the suburb Kuttiyilthazham, in Kerela. It was night time, the fires were lit and men in groups patrolled … Continue reading

A City’s Voice – Part 2


And any way it was too late to think any more. Tomorrow will be another day, and with this thought in mind I went to sleep. I woke up early today; the question was still hovering above my head like a vulture over a carcass. Anyway, I had to get ready, as I had made … Continue reading

A City’s Voice – Part 1


I have been living in Delhi since I was 6 months old. I did my schooling from a local school and am pursuing my graduation from a college in Delhi. Like all developing countries, India has changed a lot over the last decade and with it, it’s cities have and are growing. Delhi, being the … Continue reading