Monthly Archives: May 2017

Taalon Mein Nainital Part 1 (In which caste comes in the way of puppy love, as usual)

Arnav was in seventh heaven, happier than he had ever been in his entire life of three years. He could not really explain these feelings of euphoria, followed by ecstasy (though it is normally Ecstasy  followed by euphoria), but being … Continue reading

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The Ghost Writer

Things are not as simple as it looks For an uncredited author of a dozen books Someone else getting the laurels, while no one sees me Honestly, just a simple acknowledgment would be enough to please me   Each book … Continue reading

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The Special Guest

The bell in the 5-star hotel room buzzed louder than a swarm of bees I shouted out from the comfort of my bed- Go away, for Heaven’s sake, please! I am trying to spend some quality time with my sweet … Continue reading

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Paapi Peyt Ka Sawaal Hai Part 3 (In which Diana saves the Loin…I mean, the Lion)

“I have absolutely no issues with the jhaadoo, pocha, bartan, dusting and 23 bathrooms,” Diana told Stoppgappi, “my problem is that my enemy is invisible.” It had been exactly a week since Diana had started moonlighting in the Loin’s den…wait, … Continue reading

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Paapi Peyt ka Sawaal Hai Part 2 (In which various members of the cat family make an appearance)

Money was not something that Gappi had ever thought about actively, or even passively for that matter. The motto of his family, owners of the vast lands and lavish properties mentioned in the previous chapter, was – Pecunia est, lutum … Continue reading

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Paapi Peyt ka Sawaal Hai Part 1 (In which Stoppgappi runs out of dough)

The summer season had just set in, it being February in Mumbai, and Gappi was already sick of it. He still remembered his quaint little cottage in the UK, in the middle of a forest, no one around for miles. … Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing Case

Karamchand was faced with a particularly taxing problem In a moment of madness, he had stolen a case of Mogambo’s finest Jamaican rum And now the case to find the missing rum, ironically, had also come to him With the … Continue reading

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A New Home (My shortest story yet, as the busy streak continues)

The streets were flooded with sewage water so foul that it could make even Varun Dev stink, the air so polluted that it could give lung cancer to Vayu Dev, the noise of blaring horns so loud that it could … Continue reading

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The super fight (In which Kunal finally gets a story of his own)

This story has been written on a special request So read it carefully, do not treat it with jest For at the end of the story, if you do not remember it down to the minutest detail You will curse … Continue reading

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The Deadly Plague (In which Stoppgappi falls for a common enough case of mistaken identity-happens to the best of us)

Narrator’s Note: Going through a slightly (read extremely) busy phase, so posting a story that I wrote a few years ago, but didn’t post anywhere. Have fun. Stoppgappi was having a perfectly brilliant day. His maid Diana, who, as the … Continue reading

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