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Recollections of a Punjabi Bride

Every year as wedding season reaches its zenith, the words of my sixth standard teacher haunt me:

Must you constantly look at your feet like a shy bride?

Mrs. Heredia referred to the particularly annoying habit of her students not looking her in the eye as she issued homework instructions. Her use of metaphor however was remarkable. Those simple words were the first perhaps, that…

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Dissecting themes that weave the fabric of everyday living

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Reenita Malhotra Hora

Reenita Malhotra Hora

Reenita Malhotra Hora is Chief Storyteller at Chapter by episode, and creator of Shadow Realm & the True Fiction Project. She has authored seven books.

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