Meri Jaan Mujhe Jaan Na Kaho

This is the song you've been wanting to hear for a while now. Like an emotion that's just been swept under the carpet as one hears a knock on the door of one's heart, this song is meant to be tucked away, and kept safe, for rainy days, days of love, days of anguish and... Continue Reading →

Dil Dhoondhta Hai

I've been very restless lately. I've wanted to read the Gita for the longest time (even though I have a theory about the timing of it, but then that's for later), BUT then there is also Tolstoy, Pratchett, Ludlum, Ken Robinson, Nietzsche, Bukowski, Kahneman, Ayn Rand, Bono, Milan Kundera (and more) on my bedside. Hold... Continue Reading →

Singaar Ko Rehne Do (Gulzar)

Do people talk like this anymore? Do we tell each other enough that we love the little things? Do we notice them at all? Do we spend time just watching? Observing? Do we bother to listen beyond just what the other person's saying? Do we stop. Stare. Smile. And say everything without uttering a word?... Continue Reading →

Ye Ishq Hai

Aren't we all a little about love in one way or another? Even if it's our poison. A recent dialogue that played out in my head: I turned to someone because I was scared and unsure and feeling lost and mustered a lot of courage to say: "I feel nothing." He turned to me and... Continue Reading →

Naam Gum Jayega

I think the most difficult things we have to say are also the simplest. If only we find the right words. And the right mind. Or heart. And. We. Run. With. It. What happens when we don't? What happens when you don't do either of those things? Poetry is born. Naam Gum Jayega, written by... Continue Reading →

Mera Kuch Samaan (Gulzar)

Ijaazat. If you've seen the film, you know what it means. If you haven't, you should definitely give it a shot. I had heard all its songs a long time ago but never got around to watching the film until last week. "Ek sau solah chaand ki raatein Ek tumhaare kaandhe ka til." I was... Continue Reading →

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