मत कहो यह किस्मत की बात है… जहां बारातों में हज़ारों के निवाले कूड़े दान को खिलाये जा रहे हैं पर एक पिता अपने परिवार को दो वक़्त की रोटी तक को खून बहा रहा है मत कहो यह किस्मत की बात है… की बंद घरों में दीवारों पे लटकी तसवीरें घंटो ऐसी का हवा…

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Nine Lives: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: William Dalrymple| Genre: Non-Fiction | Pages: 275 The Plot: In portraits of people we might otherwise never know William Dalrymple distills his twenty-five years of travel in India to explore the challenges faced by practitioners of traditional forms of faith in contemporary India. For two months a year, a man…

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It should have been a perfect day. Only it wasn’t. It should have been a romantic night. Only it wasn’t. After all, all couples fight, isn’t it? What’s the big deal? So what, if it’s an anniversary or a birthday or any damn effing day? Why should it be any different? One can start a…

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The Freethinker’s Prayer Book: Book Review by Asha Seth

This isn’t a book review, not in the actual sense. Simply because this is not one of the books you can pass judgment on. If anything, it is one of those books you read for just the pleasure of reading. Now, there’s quite a tale following why in the first place I read this book. I wouldn’t…

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Invincible

Like rain Like seas Like clouds  Like genesis  ♥ Like hope Like faith Like pain Like mirth  ♥ Like beauty Like lust Like tempt Like trust ♥ Like truth Like miracles Love too is Invincible ~~~~~ Asha Seth

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Losing Faith

How do you hold on to faith when your world is falling apart? Know what I mean? When you are almost always pushed at that edge where you start questioning everything you’ve ever believed. How do you stop yourself from losing faith? Kevin and I, did our schooling together while we attended same classes in…

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What truly is Religion?

A random experience. One that I experienced while commuting by train today evening. A heartbreaking one. One that almost got my senses numb. One that raises so many questions and doubts. It is one of the regular issues. Religion based issues. And I wonder. What is Important? Religion or Faith?  If God really is one,…

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My Little Sister

Time passes by ever so slowly before you even have the chance to notice just like a snake slithering through the grass noiseless. Time only leaves a mark in our minds in the form of memories. And that is all that remains. Time changes, things change and so do people. There is something I’ve wanted…

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Be Patient….

God doesn’t create faulty life. No. Everything created by God is perfect, and so are you. So stop driving yourself mad with endless ways to improve, and just accept the glory of your being as is. Let time take its turn. Just be patient. Remember, Lord has a plan bigger than the one you have…

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Life is…

Life is a bucket of myriad experiences we encounter everyday. Infinite, innumerable moments. Some might stay in your memories forever, some might last just for a few seconds. Some might prove to be challenging, some might just be fun-provoking. Some accompanied with immense love. Some making dreams come true. Some carrying joy while some others…

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Hope

It’s been 25 years. 25 years now that I am associated with this word – HOPE. A really long time if you ask me. The other day after my 25th birthday my mum said “It’s hard to believe that you are now 25 years old.  Seems it was just yesterday when I and your father…

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In your eyes…

I don’t really remember when was the last time that I was away from her. Maybe when I was very little to even know what missing someone means. But I’m sure it wasn’t for so long that every beat of my heart craves to see her again around me, casting that radiant smile shining my…

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A Walk to Remember: Book Review by Asha Seth

I’ve read this book many times now and every time I read it, I keep falling in love with the 2 main characters Jamie Sullivan and Landon Carter, the two main characters of the story. While I read through the book, I could feel growing with these characters. The story is so simple and yet so…

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