Tagged: Story

A Journey

A Journey – Short Story

7th July Summer vacation has just started. In the evening I’ll leave for my home. I’ll able to play with Priyanka and Rahul, my younger sister and brother. Staying away from them is very difficult for me but I’ve to...

The Key to Your Life

The Key to Your Life

I was traveling to Guwahati for my business purpose. I was introduced to Tanushree on the train. She was sitting just next to me. She was around twenty-eight years old, five-foot-five and had a perplexed beauty. She had the big...

Surviving Saraighat

Surviving Saraighat

The murky waters of the river were putting on a hue of grey as our boat ‘Bijoya’ bobbed up and down violently. The gusts were growing stronger. I could see rumbling clouds approaching from the south. A guffaw escaped by...

The Prank of an Old Man

[Story] The Prank of an Old Man | Abhijit Borah

It was during those golden days of my college life when I and four other friends of mine were dwelling in the same apartment in Bangur, Kolkata. That was probably the craziest and the biggest house I’ve ever stayed in,...

Span

[Story] Span | Emon Kalyan Dutta

Nijaan cherished the gift he got on his twenty second birthday. A Titan Orion worth five thousand rupees. A collective strike by his graduation batch-mates. Nijaan looked into the watch, a silver pointer lapping the golden dial, a smaller day...

August

[Story] August | Daya Bhat

Crimson horse faces and rabbit ears were floating in the rare August sky and I wondered why it wasn’t raining cats and dogs instead, at least, as a saving grace, there had to be traces of grey. As I watched,...

My Son will be an Engineer

[Story] My Son will be an Engineer

“So you could not get into Civil or Mechanical branches?” the man asked. I stared at the man for a long moment, barely able to control my temper. This was getting too much for me. Why on Earth would I...

A Day and a Dream

[Story] A Day and a Dream

They speak of reality and they speak of dreams. Then they speak of a journey from dream to reality. They also then tell us, the experience of that journey is what counts – I beg to disagree. Of course I...

Mrs. Mehta's Son Gattu

[Story] Mrs. Mehta’s Son Gattu

Son – Dad, How do you define what’s right and what isn’t? Father – Anything that harms the collective good of living beings is not right. Son – What if the collective good of a few clashes with the collective...

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