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A Date to Remember- Part 2 of 2

Viyan had spotted her from a distance. The girl was sitting at the counter as he walked up to them. He just wanted to stop and say goodbye to the bartender before heading home. She looked hot in the frilled … Continue reading

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A Date to Remember- Part 1 of 2

Please do read my short story. Feedback most (I repeat- Most) Welcome! ‘Who?’ Shwetha asked, trying hard to swallow a mouthful of Salad. ‘Damayanthi, I told you, remember?’ Viyan asked excitedly. ‘Oh yeah, she was your neighbour right?’ ‘Schoolmate’ Viyan … Continue reading

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‘The Vadakari Factory’ turns 1- A Big Thank You!

Exactly a year ago, I published my first post on ‘The Vadakari Factory’. Back then, my blog was called something else as it took me many weeks after that to even finalize the name. The idea to start a blog … Continue reading

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5 Books I recommend off my Bookrack

I am back with a collection of books that I recommend off my bookrack. All these books possess a special something that has made an impact on me. Being the philanthropist that I am, I wish to endow you with … Continue reading

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Happy Independence day- To the Unknown Soldiers

Who is an Unknown Soldier? He is a dead soldier who is unidentified and thought to be impossible ever to identify, so that he or she might serve as a symbol for all of the unknown dead wherever they fell. This … Continue reading

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My Beautiful Terrace Garden Adventures!

A wise man once said, ‘He who can make his hair dance to the tune of his desires shall make his desires dance to the tune of his mind’ Any person who shows passion, dedication and discipline in maintaining their … Continue reading

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The Unknown Social Entrepreneur- Part 3 (Final)

It was easy to convince the traffic constable of my Idea. I jogged back to the boy across the road. ‘I just spoke to the traffic police’ I said, still panting. I noticed that he only wore a pair of … Continue reading

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