On my very first day of college where I had enrolled for an honours degree in English literature, the teachers of my department assembled all the first-year students in a classroom to get to know them. Because I had a five-hour round commute to my college that consisted of multiple transportation – local train, buses and autorickshaws – I had arrived just in time to manage to get myself a seat at the back of the room. Being excited was, of course, an obvious emotion to experience Continue reading “Of Privilege”
I’m told I should ‘share my story.‘ But, I’m afraid by saying it, it will become real.
I suffered an allergy attack over the weekend. I went to get some medication at a local pharmacy on Sunday morning, clearly preoccupied with my inflamed nose and watering eyes, Continue reading “Of Sharing Stories”
The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets. – Will Rogers
The upcoming Goods and Services Tax (a.k.a. GST) in India has taken precedence over conversations about the weather, cricket and why Bahubali had to die in Bahubali 2. Some of this won’t be familiar to my worldwide readership (about which I will always brag), but taxation is a universal experience. And forgive my inability to resist any given opportunity to pun, but few things can be more taxing. Continue reading “Of Taxes”
The search is on for the next Doctor on the best TV show in television history, Doctor Who. (Seriously, if you’ve never seen it, make good of your Netflix subscription and watch it this weekend. Or now. You can thank me later.) Fans are already speculating about who’s going to be the next Doctor, with Richard Ayoade and Tilda Swinton Continue reading “Vote For The Thirteenth Doctor!”
We’ve decided to meet for coffee. She comes in, with her hair flying all over her face, alternating between two expressions: a wide, warm grin, and a downward half-spiral of the lip apologising for the grin. She sits, brushes her hair back, grins again, and out comes an unexpectedly deep voice, Continue reading “Joke Interview: Amrita on Amrita”
Grab a copy of Of Opinions for free! Only today! Hurry!
Of Opinions: Essays on Life, Love and Loneliness is a collection of humourous, philosophical essays on contemporary life. Taking up topics as varied as beauty, exercise, sleep, common colds, art and the new religion christened by the author as Selfiesm, Of Opinions offers unique, good-humoured perspectives on our bewildering modern lives. Continue reading “Buy ‘Of Opinions’ – The Book For FREE!”
Read Of Opinions for free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription!
Of Opinions: Essays on Life, Love and Loneliness is a collection of humourous, philosophical essays on contemporary life. Taking up topics as varied as beauty, exercise, sleep, common colds, art and the new religion christened by the author as selfiesm, Of Opinions offers unique, good-humoured perspectives on our bewildering modern lives.
Your weekend read is here! Buy Of Opinions – the book – for $1.87 only! You can also read a free sample! Continue reading “Buy ‘Of Opinions – The Book’ For Just $1.87!”
Of Opinions – the book is finally out on Amazon! It is available worldwide. Read a free sample today! Continue reading “Read A Free Sample of Of Opinions – The Book!”
Yes, it’s finally here. Well, almost.
I am not trying to do a promotional teaser campaign thing. Well, I am, but it is more due to technical setbacks than marketing genius. Continue reading “Introducing ‘Of Opinions – The Book’”