101 things I like

The story of the Pencil

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A boy was watching his grandmother write a letter. At one point, he asked: “Are you writing a story about what
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A note to amateur writers

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Note: I write this neither as a full time Editor of an international press nor as a co-owner of Nivasini nor
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Donate your blood before Dracula drinks it up

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Red. Maroonish red. That was the color that flowed from my veins into the 350 ml bag. Lying down on a
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Writer’s Carnival

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Few books ago, Ah! Poetry, the book which helped me mould into a different person, was to be released, a lot
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Sound of movies

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There are some movies that allow your soul to sing a song. The songs in these below movies are not artificially
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Nanaji, Devnar School, and me

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  I was in intermediate second year when I first saw the board of “Devnar School for the Blind” in Hyderabad.
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My fav NYPD is home!

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When I was a kid, about 15-10 years ago, my family knew (still knows) many creative ways to spend the new
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A dilemma, a magazine and a workshop

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Dilemma With the commercialization of literature, long time ago, I was worried for a period of time about the quality of
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The Brahmin boy and the Dom Girl

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At two ends of our planetary system: Vermillion on his forehead; lived a religious Brahmin boy; Yellow leftovers on her forehead;
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Poetry, Poverty and Power: Story of Salma

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Born in a remote village called Thuvarankurichi, in Tamil Nadu’s Thiruchirapalli district, Rajathi loved literature and books. She visited local libraries,
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