Anuo N Mepfhii-o
Anuo N Mepfhii-o
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I have never been homeless, But I know how it feels, to be in a place I don't belong; And it is just the same, isn’t it?
A shadow lingers menacingly in the corner. Cigarette smokes drifting carelessly in the evening air. I try to catch my breaths escaping me uncontrollably. So many thoughts running through my head. I try to collect myself. Will i be another story in the papers tomorrow? Just then, he walk out of the darkness and crush the cigarette forcefully on the
The Naga ‘Mekhela’ has been a very prominent aspect of tribal women’s indigenous identity. This is something which is used on formal occasions coming out with more elaborate (and expensive) designs each year. I believe every Naga woman own one. There is also this recent revival of the mekhela by the popular instagram account Mekhelamama. Rece
The season of giving is here. And the season of expecting gifts is also lingering near. When we get older and ‘wiser’, we stop expecting gifts from Santa. But then, we shift that expectation to family, parents, friends etc.. We laugh at kids for believing in Santa but the apple does not fall too far from the tree! As sad as it may seem and as m
We endured endings, even before it formed a name in the lips of curious observers. Wakeful midnight conversations, revealing vulnerabilities that disclose semblances all too familiar; drawing ‘patterns’ in spaces only we can understand; basking in each other’s outré selves, as we tread on delicate lanes; conversations that sometimes result i
Who am I? Where did I come from? Where do I belong? Where do I go from here? What brought me here today? They tell me the answers to all these questions Will come to me if I am true to my culture, They also tell me to value my culture and my traditions, They tell me that my culture is important In my search for an authentic identity, But what do I
Please read this with a very open mind. Headline: “19 year old Naga girl raped in Delhi” There are some morons (not gender specific) on the internet who typed “she is asking for it”, “she deserves to die”, “don’t come back to Nagaland”, “she deserves it” etc. Every time a girl is raped, the questions arealways “what is the p
Parents and Old Age Homes: Somewhere something went very wrong. If you really think about it, the senior citizens (60+ years) are the most under represented people today. We have people who stand up for the rights of unborn babies, women, men, gay, children, animals, people with special needs. It’s hard to say they are not represented because the
Girls/Boys and Social Media: A Toxic Relationship(For the young girls and boys who I’m friends with on Facebook)Girls on social media today live up to an impossible standard. Social media today is giving teenagers and young adults a negative body image. Social media is trying to sell the idea to young girls that they can be happy only if they are
There are some stories that can't be told in the family without a little bit of tears and a hell lot of emotions. The what ifs, if onlys and the i wish's. Perhaps that's why we stop talking about it- just because it's uncomfortable and it's sad. But not because we don't care. This is Her story in our family. Death is such a wicked thing. I don't kn