Guardian’s Signature

She was excited for her new journey. As the rustle of the fresh green leaves and the chirping of the birds echoed through the isolated streets of dawn, she walked towards her dream. It wasn’t easy. It had never been so. But the golden rays of sunshine filled her with confidence. She walked upto the … Continue reading Guardian’s Signature


This is a collaboration post with Bharath Upendra of Bharath's Banter. We've been working on this since the past few days and finally it's done. Here is part one (Bharath's part). So, this is what I came up with: "The marks on the moon enhance its beauty," they used to say. And then, they, themselves, … Continue reading Scars


एक स्त्री जैसे... Translation : I find it very abusive to put pressure on men to provide us a life we ourselves aren't capable of achieving. Just like women aren't rehabilitation centres for badly raised men, men aren't poverty eradication plans for lazy women. Courtesy: @FavouredSinner Conclusion: Come out of these age-old gender-based prejudices. These … Continue reading Roles


कर्म ही हमारी असली पहचान है, वरना एक नाम के तो कई इंसान है | Conclusion: Your name doesn't define you, But your deeds do. Hence, don't chase popularity, it's worthless. Instead, do righteous and generous deeds, Because that's what you'll be remembered for. ©Tisha and The Brainy Essays (2020) This work is licensed under … Continue reading Identity