Archive for February, 2013

Hello Valentinees! It is your favourite magazine ‘Thousand Miles’ reporting. How are you all? I hope you all are fine. Thanks for dropping by the station of our magazine. We are glad that this day of year you are visiting us and giving us your precious time even though you are busy with your love-ship. True love is holy and gentle. For example we can see the unconditional love of Meera for her Krishna. If love is holy and gentle, there is no expectation of getting it back. But we are surrounded by illusion(Maya) and so we expect the other to love. In this cycle of this Maya, we come across desperation and  agony. But, if I were to advice, I Read more

Old Business

Categories: Fiction
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What can happen in half a decade? How much change can there be? To be honest Mayur didn’t want to answer these questions. He knew, deep inside him that what he had long five years ago is never coming back to him. It was this realization that made him able to control his emotional upheaval and press on towards his destination. He had returned home after a gap of three years, if at all the place can be called his home. Now, he was travelling almost 150 kms to meet someone. He claims her to be his good friend, but his close friends know that Mayur can die a thousand deaths for her, he can jump a thousand fires to Read more

An Evening With MMS Girl

Categories: Fiction
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What is Love actually? What are its limitations? From where it starts and where it ends? This small word which attracts almost everybody, does it really have a great meaning? If we ask people to define love, I am sure it will entail a lot of definitions. Neither of them will be right and complete, nor would they be wrong. One thing is sure; every definition would lead us to an element of devotion, piousness and selflessness. We grew up reading the story of ‘Radha’ who saw God in Krishna. We have also read about Meera, who drank poison for Krishna. We also witnessed the legends of Heer Ranjha, Laila Majnu, Romio Juliette, to name few. One common thing between Read more

TM: What was the inspiration behind writing your debut novel ‘Once Upon the Tracks  of Mumbai ‘? Rishi: The thought just struck me, and I wanted to put the story down on paper.  At the time, neither did I know that I was writing a book nor that I would be placing it for publication. [divider]  TM: Tell us briefly about your debut novel. Is this a complete fiction? Rishi: Once Upon the Tracks of Mumbai’ is a story of love, courage, hope, and adventure.  It’s a visual book that takes the reader through a rollercoaster ride, through the eyes of Babloo, a 24-year old unemployed man, who is defined more by his mental disabilities than the unique person he is.  Yes, the book is a complete fiction.  It’s Read more