Does love follow the rue of gender barriers? Not really, though we are usually accustomed to assume so. On the 2nd anniversary of lifting the article 377 of Indian constitution, this is the tribute to Love beyond gender norm. I am happy that one of my stories is included here: https://www.amazon.in/Pride-Not-Prejudice-Decriminalising-Love-ebook/dp/B08HJN4Y12/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=pride%2C+not+prejudice&qid=1599398783&sr=8-3
Can a terrifying Pandemic bring some relief in someone’s life?We may be unable to imagine this, but that is what we saw happening with a university student in Kolkata. Discover how a global pandemic brought a much awaited respite in her love life. A contemporary comedy in form of a short story.
A verbally transmitted story from Hessen There is a village named Dönges in Hessen. There lies the lake Dönges or Haut lake, which turns blood red on a certain day of the year. Why does it happen so? There is a legend associated. Once the villagers were celebrating a funfair for several days. Two strangers … Continue reading The Lake Dönges
Orally transmitted story from the same city As the construction of the Cologne Cathedral began, a water channel was supposed to be built as well. The Master Architect himself missed the design of the channel but said, “The large cathedral should be completed sooner than the minor hydraulic engineering!” Doesn’t this sound an excuse? You … Continue reading Story of the Unfinished Cologne Cathedral