The Uncalled Call: My Story

                                                                      I flipped on all the lights and brought a jar of cool water and glass from my little kitchenette to my somewhat spacious drawing room. Before flopping on the bean bag which was my routine. I turned on the Sony music system to a melodious Kishore- Asha number. That was also my … Continue reading The Uncalled Call: My Story


                                  CircusThe circus tent was enormous, ethereal, magical and vibrant.Father took me to observe and shoo away my despondence.I, a little amazed girl watching the beautiful ballerinas practicing.Scared to see the sharp eyed knife thrower tyrant brandishingI moved ahead … Continue reading Circus

Ayasam: Epic Tale of King Gavi

  It is 1800 BCE Saraswati valley civilization is at its peak. River Saraswati flows in the Aryavart with speed of a horse, coming down from the great Himawant and brings to her dwellers prosperity and fertility. It’s a tale of our forefathers, beginning and an end of an ancient civilization which buried itself with … Continue reading Ayasam: Epic Tale of King Gavi

Song of life, A Poetic Retelling of Mahabharata

Song of Life A Poetic Retelling of Mahabharata Pleased to announce, the kindle release of my book, Song of Life, poetic retelling of Mahabharata Mahabharata the epic poetry with 24000 shlokas is worlds largest poetry is imprinted on Indian mind. There are numerous adaptations, interpretations and depictions of Mahabharata. Every state of India has stories … Continue reading Song of life, A Poetic Retelling of Mahabharata

Growing Wings to Fly

Dedicated to all wonderful women trying hard to free themselves of humiliation, undue compulsions, hardships, restrictions in marriages  Who is free of burdens? I thought,  Tears flowing incessantly, body perspiring in panic, having knots in stomach Trying to unshackle myself from prisons innumerable,  Failing, losing breath; falling into an abyss deplorable Journey of my life … Continue reading Growing Wings to Fly

Interview With Anuradha Singh

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Anuradha is working in the field of academics from past 18 years. She has worked in a variety of schools across India as an English Language teacher, along with an experience of working in Nalanda University. She is also an avid blogger and writes from her heart at www. anuradhastringsofmyheart.com Being alumni of Fergusson college, Pune and a post graduate in English Literature and then working as a teacher; writing poems, travelogues, articles and then a novel came naturally to her. As an army officer wife, she has experienced and explored India from North to South and East to West as India’s true citizen. Though a Punekar by birth, she loves every moment of her wandering life and calls herself as the new age gypsy. A mother of two boisterous boys and a charming lady wife of a serving officer, a teacher and a writer, she wears all these varied…

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Book Review: The Mysterious Widows of Mehboobpura By Anuradha Singh

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513W-EbdPJL.jpgBook Title: The Mysterious Widows Of Mehboobpura
Author: Anuradha Singh 
Format: Paper Back
Total Number of Pages: 196 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Notion Press,
Publishing Date: 24 April 2018
ISBN-10: 1643240498
ISBN-13: 978-1643240497

Ira is an army Officer wife, posted at Ferozepur Cantonment, she is a passionate teacher.

Nimrat is a new admission in her class, a daughter of a queer looking Veer Nari.

Ira is worried that Nimrat is not studying well, being passionate about her work, she goes to Nimrat’s house to meet her mother and talk about Nimrat’s poor performance in school at Mehboobpura Pind and is reeled by the look and character of the Pind.

She comes across some very devastating information about the Pind and now is hunted by the goons. Ira’s life is in danger. She has to finish these diabolical people or she will be finished.

Will Ira be successful in unfolding and further finishing the racket?

Will she…

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