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Month: March 2016

#AtoZChallenge 2016 – Theme Reveal: Micro-fiction


And so finally, some great bloggers have inspired me to take up my first ever blogging challenge around 7 years after starting this blog. I guess a mixture of laziness and the lack of motivation held me back all these years. But it’s never too late, is it?

So what is the AtoZchallenge? 

This is a challenge where you blog daily during April except Sundays and each post is based on a particular theme and corresponds to the sequential letters of the alphabet.

So what is my theme? 

I am going ahead with Micro-fiction which would include a potpourri of 55 word stories, 100 word stories, 42 word stories, 6 word stories and 5 sentence stories.

This topic is particularly close to my heart since I have tried to experiment with various forms of micro-fiction over the years as a means to improve my writing. And therefore, there’s nothing better than challenging oneself through a daily blogging challenge, isn’t it?

Being my first time, I do hope to keep pace with the other bloggers and try to keep learning and creating good content each day in April.

Linking to Blogchatter – Stake your claim to AtoZ Challenge and A to Z Challenge 2016

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Evolution of a young plant


I was tagged by Jaspal.

I think of my blog as a growing plant. For growing to the next level, a plant needs water, minerals and nutrients. In the same way, a blog needs dedication, commitment and time to get more views, comments and likes.

I now tag Kala.

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The journey back home..

British Airways

Fuelled by love


There are more than 25 million Indians living abroad in more than 160 countries. Interestingly, as per a recent study, there are no Indians in only three countries of the world.

Whilst they may be living or working abroad, a lot many of them are still Indian at heart. Be it the spicy food or the warmth with which they meet our loved ones, the way they celebrate their festivals or their excitement at India winning a cricket match, Indians abroad always connect to India in various ways. And now, there is also the ‘Make in India’ movement which has picked up a lot of pace in the past year.

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