Chapter Three

The sky was overcast and there was no breeze. A procession of chariots moved forward slowly, almost sluggishly as if they were loath to reach their destination. These were not the war chariots built for utility nor the hunting chariots built for speed. These were the chariots that were used by the nobility of Aryavarta … More Chapter Three

Chapter Two

“We have to do something,” spoke the man. He was tall, regal in appearance, with an unlined face, though his hair and beard were both turning grey. He was pacing inside a handsome room, spacious and furnished minimally. Both the ornamental desk and the colourful tapestry were both of the highest quality. A large window … More Chapter Two

Chapter One

The night lay silent, blanketing the landscape in a dark shroud. The moon was a sickle in the sky, not giving enough light to illuminate the earth. The shadowy outline of a large building was barely discernible. The faint light of the moon shimmered over the surface of the river nearby. The night was cold … More Chapter One

A New Beginning

A/N: So, I had this dream and I wrote this story! Enjoy!! As his car got stopped at the checkpost, Gary scanned the men stationed there. None of them were familiar and they waved him through after a perfunctory and routine verification. Gary did not know if he was relieved or disappointed. It was quite … More A New Beginning


The man stood frozen in fear. Even his innards seemed to be frozen. He wet his lips and wondered what else fate had in store for him. Was he destined to die like this, naked and alone in this dense forest, swallowed by a snake? He, who was the scion of a most noble line, … More Prologue

A Day in Heaven

“They’re at it again,” chuckled Suyodhana. “At what again?” Yudhistira lifted his eyes from the book he was reading. “Discussing us,” Suyodhana smirked. “And they’ve decided I’m the good guy.” Bheema gave him an once over, “I can see what they mean. You do look good.” “Er… I don’t think that’s what they meant,” said … More A Day in Heaven