Is There Nothing Else To Make One Vengeful?

Caution/Warning: Trigger words I came across the movie Saani Kaayidham. Apart from it having a few scenes with good picturization, it is extremely disturbing. I don't want to get into the story of the movie. But have one universal question? Why target women to get back at men? If the way of toxic masculinity is … Continue reading Is There Nothing Else To Make One Vengeful?

Brain Stroll After Watching K.G.F. Chapter 2

I will not discuss the physics and logic-defying action sequences in K.G.F. Chapter 2 (they are overdone in all action movies). That is the last thing on my mind about this movie. But, I do have a question? We gawk at similar sequences in Chinese martial arts movies, but why question Indian movies? I believe … Continue reading Brain Stroll After Watching K.G.F. Chapter 2

Some Shits Are More Equal Than Others

I don't remember any kind of birds shitting on me since childhood. But, in the past year, I have had three such experiences. This is one of the freely available experiences for which no past experience is required and no certificates need to be provided. Early last year, I was on a weekend trip to … Continue reading Some Shits Are More Equal Than Others

The Curious Request of the Two Girls

It has been seven years since I passed out from SRM University. That was my first time staying away from my family for over three days. But I was not the homesick person and still am not. I enjoyed my time away from my family, learning to live on my own, although it was in … Continue reading The Curious Request of the Two Girls

Said and Unsaid (Creator’s Image by Shwetha H S)

Would you stay in a relationship that hurts your ego right at the beginning of it? This is what one of the short stories, Said and Unsaid, from my short story collection Creator's Image is. Said and Unsaid If this interests you and if you wish to be part of my book tour, check out … Continue reading Said and Unsaid (Creator’s Image by Shwetha H S)

Creator’s Image

In Kannada, one of the regional languages of India, we have an old phrase: Manasemba Markata. It means 'a monkey known as mind.' The titular story of my short story collection 'Creator's Image' is about the age-old conspiracy between the philosophy of the Advaita aphorism 'Aham Brahmasmi' (meaning 'I am god) and the theory of … Continue reading Creator’s Image