About the Author

  • Name

    Anushruti Adhikari

About Me

  • Education

    Bachelors in BBA-BI First Year

  • Profession

  • Hobbies/ Interests

    Writing, Doodling, Music (anything except athletics)

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  • Tell us about yourself

    I’m an amateur writer and artist. I’m interested in observing ideas that people find too hard to perceive. I do a lot of things at once, simple because my interests and ideas are scattered.

    I’m a Mauka Digger.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED

  • Confessions of a Millennial – I Don’t Watch Game of Thrones!

    July 9, 2016 • CULTURE • Author:

     This is me, next to a normal person 1  This is me, next to a GOT fan 1  THIS is how I see them 1  Pre-GOTism, this was life 1  But winter came. Along came internet memes 1  Now this is how conversations end 1  I love a good story 1  But fan! Oh GOT …...

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  • The Gray Side

    May 25, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    It’s the horizon that I want. Your horizon. Your black and white side, I’ve seen them. If I haven’t, I have felt them. I have felt their power, I know, at least a little, of what they are capable of. Your demons. Your angels. Locked up in opposite corners of your soul. They know...

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  • When I Wasn’t A Mother

    May 8, 2016 • FICTION • Author:

    My daughter gave me flowers today. They weren’t fresh, and they had been inside her school bag for a couple of hours. The edges of the tulips had started blackening and the stem had already lost its freshness. But she smiled like they were the best bouquet of tulips ever. And to me, they...

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  • Baishak 12, 2072

    April 24, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    Everything is so peaceful. It’s Saturday, and that means comfort. The one day vacation. What should we do? Invite relatives? Go for shopping? Take a long drvie to the outskirts of Kathmandu? Go to the top of Dharara? No, please don’t go there. You’ll probably take a long nap....

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  • Thursday, April 30, 2015

    April 9, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    My dad’s in the office and my mom is asleep, warm under the sheets that are keeping my blue feet covered. Dada is on the sofa across the room, checking his emails and whatever. I have to sit here and pretend like I’m studying, when actually I’ve been staring at the same page for...

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  • What I Think of The Kabul Attack

    April 8, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    All we have to offer, all that we feel, is sympathy. Because it didn’t happen to us. The one who reads this can either be in pain or can only imagine it. And while some of us are occupied complaining about who was responsible, what went wrong and what our next move should be, we …...

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  • The Science of Daydreaming

    March 21, 2016 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    I remember the first vivid daydream of mine. It’s not that I hadn’t imagined before, but I remember the moment when I thought “what if” and then drift away for hours. I was probably in the first grade and had recently developed a crush on a Bollywood superstar, Shahid Kapoor. It’s...

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