Dharamshala is a picturesque, multicultural town sitting in the lap of Dhauladhar mountains. The place has its unique charm which could only be described visually and so I took this opportunity to take you on a ride. As soon as you enter the town, you encounter a stream of vehicles honking at you, crowds gossipingContinue reading “Photo Essay: Dharamshala (India)”
Last evening, when I was about to step inside my house, I was greeted by a snake at the door. A long, dark one, slithering along the floor. That sight scared me. So I hushed myself and rushed straight into my room. And as soon as I had locked myself in, a strange thought occurredContinue reading “On Having No Home”
How beautiful it is when Art captures everyday life.
Doesn’t the aroma of a cup of Chai stir some memories?
The art of writing a sentence.
Dealing with anxiety through writing.
Soap Bubbles – A painting by Jean Siméon Chardin
Day 4 of Writing Meditations is here.
Day 3 of your Daily Writing Meditation is here. It is time to work on some unresolved events from the past.
Do words matter?
If yes, how?
Dedicated to Bob Dylan and his harmonica.
Your daily dose of writing meditation. This is part 2.
A short poem dedicated to a unique symbol in English language. Semicolon.
Starting a series on Writing as a Meditation/Therapy. This is the first episode.
Is veiling women a good idea?
I think we know the answer. Then what’s stopping us?
A quick look at Before trilogy – a collection of three movies that takes us through the journey of romantic love.
Today, we start with the alphabets of Farkat – a language I created for a fantasy book.
This image is captured from the movie Tamasha. Let me tell you something about it.
An artist’s work and my words go together. In this case, the subject is Punjaban.
What’s the point of God?
Let’s think about it.