The Bombay Literary Magazine

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Dream of the Butterfly – by Jigar Brahmbhatt

I am writing this. I want to keep writing something. I had started with something, thought of reaching somewhere. The tea is over, and it has managed to leave behind its stench in my breath. Cold is getting worse as evening is approaching… I can’t write anymore. Few words here and there and I start […]

Mother – by Jigar Brahmbhatt

Her absence is the kitchen’s lack of aroma. Back in the day, what seemed to bind their lives from one day to the next was the sweet spicy smell that wafted from the kitchen every morning. There was something inexplicable about it. Spreading from one room to another, it used to fill their home with […]