You simply don't know how to take up space – not because you're incapable or undeserving of it, but because sometimes you forget that you're allowed to.
Absorbing the possibility that I am condoling the breakdown of 'my' life helps me cope with death.
What a wedding in the house taught me about fabrics.
It's when you have no choice but to choose yourself that you finally give up on your cherished relationship.
My grandfather, Papaji, mostly spoke in Punjabi, but Urdu's strong influence was visible in his spoken Punjabi.
An MBA student from IIM Ahmedabad reflects on how the pandemic has accelerated the decline of traditional forms of education.
The nation simply has to make the death appear noble. Why not? They will need martyrs tomorrow too.