• Here I'm sharing some excerpts of the first chapter of 'A Voyage Through The Echoes'.
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    A Voyage Through The Echoes

    With immense pleasure I want to share with you all that my debut book, a tiny travelogue, named ‘A Voyage Through The Echoes’ has released. The book brings together my emotional challenges and experiences of travelling around the Indian country. There are many more things that the book covers, from beauty of different places, food, institutes to feelings of an introvert and a bond of friendship that clears out hesitation and insecurities.  Here I’m sharing some excerpts of the first chapter of ‘A Voyage Through The Echoes’. Have a thoughtful read and do share your thoughts about it.   The book is available on – Notionpress – https://notionpress.com/read/a-voyage-through-the-echoes Amazon India- https://www.amazon.in/Voyage-Through-Echoes-Remembered-Lifetime/dp/1644294850/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1538730286&sr=8-1&keywords=9781644294857 Amazon…

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    Life in a City around Air Pollution

      Those were the winter months and finally my family decided to go out for a vacation. We went to visit my younger sister in Kota, Rajasthan. We stayed there for around four days. The city was dapper and well organised. There we could see studious teenagers walking or riding their bicycles around.  The spacious city though was very close to the arid regions of the Thar Desert but still was greener and considerably vegetated and there was no trace of air pollution. We decided to stay for a day or two in Delhi as it fall on the way back to our home. Our plan was to roam around…

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    A Lucid Dream : Reality Check

      I was sitting on a mat in our old traditional kitchen, talking to my mother who was washing utensils in the traditional cleaning area that was seperated by a wooden plank. She was thin and pale, probably sick; but still she kept doing her chores without any expectations for help. I was small then and therefore helpless. I kept watching her doing her chores, praying from inside for her wellness. There was nobody else in the house. Suddenly a black cat jumped inside from the roof. She was fearless and her eyes were red as if dipped in blood. She stared while walking towards me. Her eerie looks gave…

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    HOLI : The Festival of Colours

    The morning of Holi was full of excitements; and that day, surprisingly I woke up early. Hurriedly I got fresh and wore some comfortable clothes. I went to the kitchen to get a glimpse of what everyone else was upto. Mum was preparing breakfast and father was arranging the snacks that we would distribute to the people who would come to our house that day. My sisters and I started our own preparations. We oiled our hairs and organised the packets of colours. Mom called us to get our tummy’s full as we were to move ourselves out of the house for the whole day. We then poured the dry…