A letter to Maa

Dear Mummyji,

I don’t remember, when I last wrote a letter with my pen and am not sure if I can write too as my handwriting is going from bad to worse, and I’m sure you won’t understand even a single syllable if I put down words in blue ink.

Any way, what’s more important is the emotion.

As for me, I’m much relaxed after unburdening myself of HimVani, though at the same time there is a strange feeling of abandoning my child. Continue reading

Folklores and spirituality

Hi Apna,
Hope I’m not just trying to be an unwanted advisor. But couldn’t resist myself. As there is something in folklores that attracts me to them. I don’t know if you are interested in spirituality or not, but as you are more interested in interpretation of folklores rather than just documentation, I feel it would be great if you have a bit of understanding of Indian spirituality as well. Continue reading

Thanks for being a part of my nightmare

Dear Sis and Sir,
It seems like a dream, a nightmare that’s got over. And unfortunately you both were a part of it. Hmmmm…. before you come to any conclusions let me clarify. I dragged you both in the nightmare and Thanks for coming, and being there by my side. As the ordeal is over, I think, it’s not just that I’ve been set free from that bad dream. Even you too. But I think, there’s hard work for both of you ahead. You’ve just been set free from that bad dream, but not free as yet from the bonding. Continue reading

Women: Congratulations or consolation

Dear Mummyji,
I’d read most of your ramblings on “Women” on your blog. These past few days have been a realisation that the biggest enemy of a woman is a woman and not a man (as it is said). Some time back I’d read that a man’s best friend is a man (in Men are from Mars and Women from Venus) and woman’s best friend too is a man. Two women will at a point feel jealous and bitch. However that’s not the point, I’m referring to here. Continue reading