Yesterday, my father excitedly walked up to the trolley bag he takes with himself on flights and asked me, “guess what did I bring for you last night?” I played the guessing game for a few seconds and he smiled back at me with each one of my incorrect answers. “It’s something you’ve loved since … More Karachi Bakery’s Fruit Biscuits
Last month my Facebook notifications brought up an interesting ‘memory of the day’ – a feature that shows all your past activity on the social media platform from that particular day – an article I had shared two years ago suggested that the 2015 India vs Pakistan Cricket World Cup match was watched by a … More The Mythical ‘Other’
Some time ago I came across a very insightful analogy on relationships in a monologue while watching a Hindi daily soap. The protagonist suggested that relationships are not like the mirror – which when broken cannot be mended and had to be replaced – but are like wet clay instead. If cracks appear on clay, … More Mirrors and Relationships
We Love Dilli
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