Last year for the Women’s week I had published a series of blogposts all through March, all I must say on a negative note, given the situation of our country at that time. (Remeber Delhi rape case and alike?) Fast forward to the present day I am so pleased to see the changes in … More Women’s Day: A Big Thank You To Everyone who believes in Women
Once upon a time I, used to be a famous dame, Guys wanted to be with me, Girls wanted to be me, All because my skin was as clear as porcelain. Being stared at my flawless face Was something I secretly loved, The attention, the pamper, the love That I got, said I was beyond … More Darlings “Take Care”
” I was tired of him yaar. I couldn’t take it anymore. All he ever cared about was himself. I had no option but to call off the wedding.” My friend was going through a bad phase. The guy she was going to marry was a mannerless man with no heart whatsoever. The only good … More The missed proposal: #Willyoushave?
When the eyes are half closed And lips half part The first sip of tea Waking up my core. When the sun is at its peak, And me in the kitchen, Stirring the curry or Tasting the stock In the middle of a conversation On the dining table While waiting in the queue At the … More Where I find my muse
Is it just me or a problem for all, To find a friend as dear and loved, Like the ones you had in college, Does making new friends get tougher by age? Being content with my own beliefs, Others’s never mattered to me, The sense of irritation I face now, With someone not like minded … More Twenty something- Is it difficult to make friends?
Ever heard of a temple that doesn’t accept any offerings yet feeds thousands of people daily for free? Yes, I am talking about a temple in Gujarat but before getting to know about its details, you need to read the story of a small kid. So here it goes… Jalaram was a very kind kid … More Jalaram bappa temple- Where free food is actually free
I have always loved the way my father laughs. A hearty laugh, mouth wide open, teeth shining and chest moving rhytmically with laughter. He laughed when he talked about his adolescence, his friends, the pranks he played on the people around him. Now he laughs less often. Only when a long forgotten incident comes … More My father’s laugh
Chapped lips, dried throat, Devoid of drops of elixir, Hopeful eyes fixed above, It might rain today. By- Sweety Pateliya Image source: here
Talk to someone, they say. It liberates heart. The incessant feeling of burning inside, the fire would turn everything, every emotion into ashes. And how I wish for the pheonix to rise again, to make me feel all those feelings once again, all those turmoils, the happiness that I once felt only this time in … More Talk to someone, they say..
The musty smell of old, The crisp touch of new, Call me old fashioned, Kindle can’t please my senses. By- Sweety Pateliya