The Unspoken Accord

There are a handful, who would be with you for whoever you are, not for where you come from, nor what work you do, not for you achievements or the favours you could bestow upon them. These are the souls we seek, ironically these are the ones we fail to recognise. It’s like finding an …

The Pursuit of Benevolence

It was 17th July 2019, half past two, steaming hot afternoon, in Kolkata. I was stuck in this horrific, terrifying traffic jam at the Park Circus 7 point crossing. The car was air conditioned. Husband and I were fetching daughter from school. We were heading straight to City Centre Mall, for ordering my new pair …

Super 30 is a must watch movie

I have never written a movie review previously, but this one I simply couldn’t resist. Super 30 narrates the real life, super inspiring story of the superman and genius mathematician, Anand Kumar. Young Anand is a brilliant student and son of a postman in Patna. He passionately works on solutions of unsolved math equations that …

Strangers with Memories

In this distant world I often wonder, how much time does one take to know a person. A lifetime or just a moment.People who I think I know 🙂While some are so called friends,Others are mere strangers with memories….Memories that are enchanting, engaging and so spellbinding that just about entangles with sensibility. Copyright © Neha …

Being Lonely…‘Main aur meri tanhai’ 😉

Having people all around, sitting on the same table, a spouse sharing the same bed, being used to a regular place and still not belonging there. Synonyms of LONELY according to my thick, red, hard bound Merriam Webster’s Thesaurus are : ‘alone, lone, lonesome, single, solitary, solo, unaccompanied’ Though the thesaurus doesn’t lie, it definitely …

My journey from a non-reader to a bibliophile

There was this norm in my school, where every girl in the classroom, would stand up and read, one paragraph each, of the ongoing lesson. While all my classmates read gracefully with suitable voice modulation, I struggled to get even the first sentence right. This pattern continued not until the age of seven , but …

The Art Of Choosing Life

She tried too hard NOT TO BREATHE, to give up on herself, to strangle herself into the arms of Death. While waiting for her soul to depart, she could witness her entire life in a flash, including the greatest love. Her treasured golden voice, that could have vanquished the world. She was about to let …

Blinding Beauty

The form of beauty is so beguilingly blinding, That we seldom look beyond it. The skill, the art, the love, all dwell in disguise, While our shallow mortal beings rejoices ©️Thoughts just curious Neha Jhunjhunwala

The Tribe that Doesn’t Fit in!

A month ago, at Club Paraiso, Raipur, breakfast table, I remember this fellow guest, who was also a distant relative, inquisitively enquired, if I were facing an acute financial problem. And Oh my God, she was so concerned that “I WAS TEACHING”…. She said, “Neha, I mean… paise ke liye yeh sab?!!!” I still remember …

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