Hall of Fame

A dynamic assortment of stories across multiple categories


Stories for Children…

Besty and Gutsy

Besty was a busy dog. He was hardly found sitting still in the farm-house at the foot of the alps. Besty’s day started with taking the sheep to the mountains along with Joe, the shepherd boy and returning home by… Read More ›

Sense and Share

In the eastern wild forest of Africa lived a pack of monkeys. They lived and moved together with the forest offering a bounty of fresh wild fruit, flowers and leaves for them to feed on. As they fluidly moved on… Read More ›

The Forgetful Turtle

“Something seems to be bothering you today Rhea!”, said Gregor as he watched his daughter being deeply thoughtful. “Some interactions at work, I don’t want to talk about it”, she said, “…yeah well, it doesn’t hurt to say, I have… Read More ›

that shaky ground

“are you ready? let’s see how much farther you can make it this time!”, teased the ground. “But you are not being fair, I can’t find my next step, and I don’t understand why I am laughing, it feels nice… Read More ›

Worthy walk

“It is just a short walk, let the child experience the environment freely, you are preparing her as if she is flying into space”, laughed Doro’s grandpa. “See Gappa…”, said the 3 year old who was just beginning to speak,… Read More ›

Analogy based articles

the CET zone

So much is spoken about (and rightly so) coaching/feedback as an essential ingredient to making rapid progress, lifting morale and constantly enhancing potential(at work or play). However, the aspect of truly transferring the “chi” (so to say) to exactly deliver… Read More ›

Precisely speaking…

One of my favorite exercises in English (at school) was precis writing. The sheer transformation of a huge chunk (5 to 10 lines huge!) of text to a crisp and condensed 3 to 4 lines of simplicity and directness was… Read More ›

Best baked bread…

It was late in the evening and finally wrapping up the action items, files & cabinets for the day in my head (mentally speaking!) I proceeded towards executing the final act of closure – clicking the “Shut down” button on my… Read More ›

beyond the mist

It was a seemingly dull morning in the month of June with dark clouds dominating the sky. There was an unusual chill in the air and a slight but stubborn drizzle that threatened to turn into rain anytime. There was… Read More ›

Losing well

Disclaimer: “…Of course it’s a game and it is easy to be free& unconstrained in a game than in real life…” Sports and especially team sports give an intimate perspective of all the great things that are professed as desirable… Read More ›

Juice it up

What do you think of making juice as a profession? Depending upon to which geography you belong, this could be a very normal to an extremely insulting question!

Abstract Posts with an appeal…

The Relentless War

The rivalry between genines and artifs was on for centuries dating back into the far unknown past. Each clan claimed that they were pure and somewhere, somehow and at some time they got polluted giving rise to the other. They… Read More ›

The Virus

“We have been living together happily without conflicts here, you are very welcome”, said the girl that they called Enco. “But wherever I have been to, I only found rejection and failure”, said Dou, the frail looking boy. “He must… Read More ›

Forwords & Afterwords

16th Century Persia “I was born here like you, but I traveled the world very quickly, I have been subject to some dirty places, and very expensive ones too!”, said bazaar.  “Are you very rich then? Is that why you… Read More ›

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Adventure Stories…

the real truth

Once upon a time, there was a kingdom by name Vachanasthira (steady word). Every citizen belonging to this kingdom was known to have a gift – they were honest in their word – giving the kingdom its name. Everybody told… Read More ›

the demanding hill

The prince of Stilland had problems with everyone. He could not tolerate any distraction and blamed everything and everyone around all the time. He got infuriated instantly for trifling matters and showed no empathy. The soldiers and staff of the… Read More ›

Dive and Return

This story takes place at a time when sea exploration was done on traditional sailing ships driven by the rowing power of men assisted by wind, driving the huge sails. Merchandise via sea was common, although risk prone.

True Might

The royal family, generals, ministers, the royal guard and people of the Vishala kingdom in large numbers gathered around the arena adjacent to the gurukul. Guru Dhira announced yet another session of training where he would accept new students into… Read More ›

BECK

“Watch out for The GILDACS ghosts”, said Beck as he wished Miran on the start of his gymnasium. The prince bowed in response and left the chamber. The King sent the royal party back to the palace and stayed on… Read More ›

the enemy

It was half past one on a Friday afternoon and one could hear faint footsteps and an occasional opening and closing of the shelf doors. This was not the usual time for students to hang out in the library, and… Read More ›

Stories of Harry, the famous Ant

Move on…

Hurtling across the Niche27, Harry had only one thought in mind, he had to carry the news of the new hideout to his clan. He was the best soldier of the unit entrusted with the task of exploring new hideouts… Read More ›

Antegrity

Harry was perplexed. His team was in a nibsugar break to renew some energy and he wasn’t able to focus on food right now. They had at best two more chances of reaching the target before a colony could face… Read More ›

Anscent

This is a post in the series of adventures of Harry, the famous ant. You will find my other posts if you click on the tag harryant. As Harry marched on towards his base along with his team after the… Read More ›

Evac to Great

Harry paced on the grass strip restlessly. Pritter, the cadet from the border-watch-patrol brought in disturbing news to the counsel of Harry’s clan. Their clan stands an immediate threat of a wipe out if they do not initiate a mass… Read More ›

When it’s normal – an ant story

This post follows from the one on Evac-to-great and continues the famous ant – Harry’s adventures with his ant cadets. Although reading previous posts would definitely provide more clarity & fun, this story also holds by itself and can be read… Read More ›

Dist-Ant – The Real Fame

“Harry!”, curtly nodded Distro. “Oh hello Distro”, Harry nodded in return but Distro rushed away from the place as Harry stood there smiling, in the direction that Distro left. “There is a murmur that Distro doesn’t like you Harry”, said… Read More ›

Cheerful Poems…

The line

Melting the haze of confusion, with a lucid shine this person’s speak, makes even the enemies benign such ease of speech and diction! will I ever divine? “Nay!”, says the doubting mind, and draws a blinding line

Five Children

Lived long ago, far beyond even time could know five children in a forest, without worry they would grow

A tale of two stones

Long searched for that fitting stone,men of skill in the sculpting zone.Searched all corners, but found not one,Until they saw those two lying prone. Jumped with joy as their toils won,let’s carve out a sacred deity did they all reckon,worshiped… Read More ›

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