Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Anwee Mazumder

Since her childhood, she has always been into reading and writing. Holding two Masters, she has served in the corporates for almost eight years as an HR Professional. Now a full-time mom to a two-year-old super active toddler. The turns of life have certainly made it almost impossible for her to pursue her interests, but she is determined to take writing seriously.
14 WRITINGS

The Jungle Book

The following summer break after Papa’s premature death seemed to be an opportune time to get out of the lingering gloominess and arrange for...

The Lesser Children

"A worthless piece of garbage, is this what I wanted?" Roshan Singh Meena, called Bappa, roared on the scrawny house help. People, circling around...

Murder, Mystery, & Chemistry

He knew the very second their eyes locked that she desired him. And that she was his type, the adventurous one. No, they had...

My Beloved Mom

My grandma, an educated, courageous lady had lost her husband during partition and came to India with her five kids. My dad was merely...

The Standpoint

17thNovember, 1936 Even the dimmest of light can pierce through the thickest of darkness. True I see, as the soft morning light streaming through the...

Wrath of Mother Earth

Mr. P. Sundaram, head of the Environment and Forests Ministry, was getting ready for the big day. He was about to sign the proposal...

The Story of The Storyteller

They say there are not many living souls who do not nurture an aspiration at the age of adolescence. Swayam Jamwal was that one...

The Hunger Games

Resting her chin on her folded arms, Meera was sitting quietly. She was trying hard to control the churning of her empty stomach. She...

Just Another Day

Oh, not again. Why can’t she sleep soundly at least for an hour? It’s 3 in the night. I’m still on duty. Stop sucking my...

We Are Family

Maria buttered the toasts and put in two different plates, crunchy ones for Mathew and soft ones for Michael. Oh, the boys are so...

The Letter Remained Undelivered

Radha was sixteen when she lost her father. Her mother was devastated and her nine-year-old twin sisters were unable to offer any help. Taking...

The Indian Girl

She was in love with the fragrance of Durga puja, a particular scent, which can only be sensed at that ceremonial time. She would...

The Unlikely

She was vehemently trying to connect with her family but the line went dead. In utter disgust, she left the receiver dangling from the...

The Spirit of Christmas

I was about to turn four and for the first time went to church with my father on the Christmas day. The...