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Birendra Agrawal is by profession a teacher of English Language and Literature for the last 15 years. He is highly critical of school education system and advocates independence of students. He has written close to 200 poems in Hindi and a few in English too. Apart from this, he is a lover of nature, music, photography and children. Children are his absolute love.
Eventually, the world was partitioned. Men would live in ‘Kingdom’ ruled by the absolute misogynist Purushwamy and women would inhabit ‘Queendom’ reigned by the supreme misandrist Narigami. It all happened on the Raksha Bandhan Day. Vanshawali had flown six thousand miles in his private airplane only for the […]
She was like a princess sitting inside the shop-window and Joy was gazing at her wistfully. He wished to be the prince who’d rescue her from the transparent cell. But ah! If only he had enough money. For now, he only caressed her with his sighs and kissed […]
Dear Mr Debashis, I wanted to tell you something. I tried many times but couldn’t gather courage. I feel shy even today. Well… I want to say that… you are… very handsome. You are so tall and impressive. I like the countable hairs on your oily pate. Here, […]
Ekta sat down to read the book “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” for the first time. It was a personal diary her father had gifted her on his deathbed. He had said, “Beta, soon the Indian government will gift you a Voter Card and you can choose your rulers, but I […]
“Maria! What are you doing there? Come back.” Michael called out to his six year old daughter from his shop. This led to another command, “Come here Elisha. Quick.” This was Richard, father of six year old Elisha. Michael and Richard both lived on a not-so-busy St Peter’s […]