See You Soon.

You're broken but seemingly irreplaceable, I lack focus, my mind unattainable, We meet every now and then, In the scintillating valley of off-timing, We run away as our chemistry turns into lightening. Gone are the days when I was just man ruled by my vices, You too have bid adieu to your kingdom of niceness,... Continue Reading →

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Hercules In An Idle World

Imagine I was Hercules returning to a normal life, To a house filled with comfort, food and wine, When doomsday has been taken care of, when the world could use some time, I will travel back to earth and I'll start without a dime. Would I kick it on the sofa and binge watch through... Continue Reading →

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The Gen-Z Urge to Keep Moving (And Why that’s A Good Thing!)

Gen-Z has grown up every day seeing the impossible being outdone and slowly decay into irrelevance. We live everyday life based on an 'Adapt' rather than a 'nurture' philosophy. Perhaps the most beneficial aspect of being the most diverse generation is that we don't fashion being defined by hard boiled ideals. We are also more... Continue Reading →

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Weekly Catch Ups with Dr.Moorthy – Episode 1/Overwhelmed to an Exit

Track - I know It's Over by The Smiths. "I know she makes you angry right now and I know you want to give her a piece of your mind but what good is that going to do..." said Darshini. Darshini has helped me navigate through life in these last four months of cynicism, frustration... Continue Reading →

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Unlearning Curves that you should know about Post Recovering from a Traumatic Experience

We live in a world where we don't always get what we deserve; both people and situations tend to let us down in the form of emotionally compressed experiences that have both short and long term negative impacts on our ability to feel, love and at times, even live. We always tend to hear phrases... Continue Reading →

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The Lord and the Queen

They see you at the club, I see your everyday crazy, You do this and that, feel shit and comeback, You multitask like being God is easy Beat the world twice and they'll still call you lazy You fight these entitled pricks on a everyday basis You don't sweat, sit back and kick it like... Continue Reading →

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How the Pandemic has affected the Love-Career Equation for People in their Twenties

If there is anything that music, movies, pop culture and media have taught us, it’s that you can be a lover or a fighter but not both. Even though I’m not a huge fan of romanticising prioritisation, finding it only as an excuse for an exasperation , the pandemic has shown us that, at least... Continue Reading →

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Life As We Know It

Life is a thin reel on a grayscale consortium  The person of a bright white scale One day darker than you imagined You see yourself in shades that were beyond your spectrum  Broken hearts in a highly stimulated atmosphere Weaknesses that were never bound to happen  Appear as cold slate realities to haunt your sleep ... Continue Reading →

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दुख के बंदी

ओ दुख के बंदी!जंग तेरी ख़ुद से हैग़ैरों पे मंजर क्यूँ लाता हैं?दर्द तेरे सीने में है फिर ज़िक्र ज़ुबान पे क्यूँ आता है?है गहरा अंधेरा छाया जोहै संसार अभी भी वहीं का वहींये तो समय का दर्पण है , ये तेरा वजूद नहीतूने सोचा होगा वोही जो हमेशा होता आया सोच नश्वर इंसान ज़रा... Continue Reading →

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Neurotic Despondencies

The corner of your eye pricks my funny bones, Your absence, worse than sticks and stones, We dealt with love and we dealt with pain, Couple of twenty years olds, We just couldn't fool our brains. I held your hand knowing not what was ahead, Hithering and thithering accross examination rooms, You looked afraid and... Continue Reading →

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Shades of Rumination

The 21st century pioneers can keep their slogans of making the world a better place to themselves, I am not falling for that. That idea is an illusion. The real world is motivated by greed and lust and filled with people who sell their to soul the devil and the souls of others to corrupt... Continue Reading →

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Dreams of the Second Kind.

My first try at lyrical poetry. (Please be gentle) This weight that I can't supply, Doesn't slip by the naked eye, Says be my friend and time will fly, Don't accept no truth, don't make no lie. Wither with me to deeper end, Across space, time and continents, Time alignment on a perfect tangent, Slithering... Continue Reading →

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Celebrated, Neglected and Still Fighting: The rise, fall and rise of India’s third gender

The history of transgenders in India stretches beyond antiquity. That's what makes it special. The transgender community, a.k.a the Hijra community, have had a well recorded history of being an integral part of the Indian society along with numerous religious recognition in Hindu mythology. Whether it be the 'Ardhanari' avatar of Lord Shiva and Goddess... Continue Reading →

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Form and Function( A three poem series)

Quitclaim Deed Would you return if you had received, a string of sorrows and endless grief, from  fate, with a familiar ardency, leaving behind a scar for eternity. Would you try to identify ? Who's behind it and the why. Would you succumb to make-belief? Or will you let it go like a quitclaim deed? Would... Continue Reading →

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Working Class

"I shit you not, this has to be the most dim-lit, rodent infected, foul-smelling place I have ever worked at. I ain't calling this piss-bliss my office for long, you can have that signed on any damn paper you want." I said, trying to get a ketchup stain off a uniform that barely had a... Continue Reading →

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The Year As It Went By

Dear reader, Before you go any further you must know that this is not something I have done before. This is in no manner a remarkable way to boost your morale by highlighting the ups and downs of my year. It is as much for you as it is for myself. As you keep on... Continue Reading →

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A midnight jog around the neighbourhood wasn't something of a rare occurrence for Kabir Bakshi, but on the night of 18th June 2014, he too had to sneak out of his home, like other youngsters his age. He had learned not to wake his parents up, his keys and wallets were already in his pockets... Continue Reading →

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