Ever since I was a child, I was told that I was very lucky to be citizen of my country. I was told that my pride for my country should be the greatest and that I should hold my patriotism close to my heart. It was like they wanted to inject patriotism in our blood… Continue reading Patriotism: The Nepali Way
When I told you that I’d been in love with you since 5 months, I imagined you reacting in different ways in my head. I had had all sorts of reactions before and I believed I could handle it. When I told you that I’d been in love with you since 5 months, I imagined… Continue reading Untitled (as love always is)
The last day of college was an amazing thing for me. Not because I had mixed feelings. Not because I was going to miss people. Not because I was happy that college was finally over. Not because I was sad that I was going to lose a lot of friends. It’s because other people… Continue reading The last day of College
We have a very irritating cultural misconception here that women can’t do certain things (like go in the kitchen, go to the temple, touch dressers and drawers) during their monthly bloody visits. The things they can’t do vary with each household but most are common in every household. Some societies take it so far that… Continue reading During those irritating times!
You Don’t know me that well; Nor do I know you. But the situation has become so – That we should be near each other For some period of time. You and me – we start to talk. Better an awkward conversation Than awkward silence, I guess. We formally exchange greetings And I ask about… Continue reading Small Talk
I am lost in a world- Where the society has turned its back upon (what i think) the things that matter; and put themselves to be eaten by blind faith of some sort. And NO. Its not just about religion (although religion is also a part of it) From what people see and have said… Continue reading A social outcast