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“(Un)-divided”

You divide us in Colours of two, One is pink and other is blue, For blended hues you just attack, LGBT, etc. tag. Either you are a masculine supporter or promoting feminism, And then you are talking about equality and humanism? You follow one religion and its God  Then preaches in your community about his… Continue reading “(Un)-divided”

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“a letter to my grandparents”

With growing age and techno life we just have somehow forgotten about looking after our grandparents, who have been playing a great role in making our childhood special and exciting. Just an expression to remind people that we should not forget the values of our loved ones with this technological age, but make it a wiser use in some sense.

Contemplation-The blog of Shikha Chandel

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Dear Grandpa and Grandma

I know I have been writing a lot in my life about a lot of stuff and people and happenings but I never did anything for you. I have received many appreciations but, none can beat the blessings I ever received from you both, regardless of your understanding to either of my stuff, you both have conveyed your best of ever wishes and showering love on me always. And today, while sitting on my writing desk, I saw your picture placed on a left corner I noticed it might have been taken ages back.  You two were looking very amazing as always and very young, I kept looking to it for a while and I realized you have turned too old now.

Yes of course, it is natural, but what unnatural is our non-realization about the efforts you both did made then and even now for…

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“A peddlers night”

Sunday evening on my way to hotel, a friend insisted to hang out for a while at peddlers (#chandigarh#sector35). Though, I was not really in a mood, tired and a bit sad, but agreed to go. The moment I was standing at the main entrance I could hear the sound of music and the band… Continue reading “A peddlers night”