Bula’di

“Modern Indian women do not like to wear the saree Bula’di. It is 2011 and not 1971. We prefer jeans and a top. Further, the saree is neither sporty nor comfortable. It restricts one’s mobility,”¬†smartly commented twelve-year-old Nehusta.¬†“Stop calling your grandma Bula’di, child. Please call her granny. You address your elder sister as ‘Di’ and…

The Crossing

A sudden burst of wind revealed the silhouette of a man lying huddled and hidden under the silver desert sand. Visible by the light of a million dotted stars and the enchanting midnight moon magnified in the backdrop of the nomadic night sky painted in hues of lilac, turquoise and electric blue. A night in…