(This story is written by an eleven year old boy, who was a part of my story writing children's group of 10-13 year olds. The boys wrote various stories and with a restricted criteria of realistic and inspiring themes. And I was pleasantly surprised by the outcome. The following story touches upon the drastic change... Continue Reading →
On the occasion of World Poetry Day - https://storyweaver.org.in/stories/28256-titu-becomes-a-poet For the love of poetry...
There are times when one feels happy sharing other writer's works. And especially when the writer is your own son, the feeling is of ecstasy. This story is conceptualized and written by my eight year old son. Enjoy!
An informative piece for children on The 32nd Surajkund International Crafts Mela on StoryWeaver. An event celebrating the various handicrafts of our country. https://storyweaver.org.in/stories/show-in-iframe/27898-the-32nd-surajkund-international-crafts-mela-a-visual-delight?iframe=true
I wrote this story many years back when I decided I will try my hand at short stories as well. Earlier I used to write only poetry. The start and end of this story was written in a gap of two years. After which I practically stalked my favourite author Ruskin Bond to gift him... Continue Reading →
If we actually understand the logic behind our traditional practices and celebration, we realise how man and nature were intertwined to each other. An informative piece on celebration of Sankranti in the beautiful hills of Kumaon - a celebration of the migratory birds! <iframe src="https://storyweaver.org.in/stories/show-in-iframe/25908-kaale-kauva-fest-makar-sankranti-in-the-hills-of-kumaon?iframe=true" style="height: 513px; width: 365px;" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen>
Gillu knows he is a Superhero but his classmates make fun of him. Come join Gillu and his best friend take on the bully Duggu with a Grand Super Hero Plan!
Manohar Ghanshyam Pandey or Manu Pandey is the only one who has been to college in his village. Most of the folks have been to the secondary school of the village but Manu had the privilege of visiting his cousin who worked in a college canteen in Kanpur. Manu Pandey’s village is 300 miles from... Continue Reading →