Gaurav Mehra

The writer is alumni of IIT Madras and IIM Bangalore. Apart from earning his bread in Technology where he works as Product Manager, the writer aspires to write fiction & travelogue when he has made his fortune to call it quits and hit the road in search of the meaning of existence. Write him directly at [email protected]
14 Articles

Emptiness in times of Covid

Writer contemplates creeping loneliness in people's lives exacerbated by COVID shutdowns

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So Long Kashmir- Habba Khatoon (Zooni)

The story of Zooni and Yusuf Chak and peep into Kashmiri distrust

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Nostalgia in a few words!

The writer tries to define Nostalgia and builds a case for honing

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Maara – Slow but a romantic’s pleasure watch

A young girl hears a story about a soldier losing her soul

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The History Which They Did not Teach you in Class – “Quit India Movement”

This is a new series where the writer talks about little known

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How to write cozy noir murder mystery!

Admit it! If you have the slightest interest in fiction, you love

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What we know about the UK variant of COVID so far!

While the world was waiting with bated breath to see off the

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Fancy Allo Parantha in Slovakia?

The writer stumbles upon Slovakian version of aloo parantha (Indian flat bread

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Is the world Slipping into World War?

The World is at precipitous moment with Islamist terrorism, rising inequality, prospect

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So Long Kashmir- Part 3

Ode to Shaivism tradition of Indian Hinduism in Srinagar, the writer visits

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So Long Kashmir – Part 2

Write continues his journey after visiting Nishat Garden and experiences his first

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Why are we all Racists?

Recently one Singaporean woman of Indian origin was in news for her

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So Long Kashmir – Part 1

The Writer visited Kashmir in Winters of 2018 and it has been

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6 Years of Modi – A Common Man’s Perspective

Modi Government, which came to power in 2014 on a historical mandate

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