Mukund Rajaram took out the printout from his laptop bag. The security guard pulled it from his hand and pored over it with piercing eyes. Without written consent visitors weren’t allowed into Sharada Vidyalaya Residential School. Susheela’s warning had been timely. It was different when Mukund was a student. Anyone could walk in and feel at home instantly. In the middle of a … [Read more...]
Hari Ravikumar is a writer, musician, and translator. His short stories have been previously published in Bhavan’s Journal, Spark, Indian Short Fiction, and The Affair. His weekly column Commonsense Karma appears in Daily O. He has co-written three books and several articles on the Bhagavad-Gita. In his "past life", he was a mechanical engineer, software programmer, content manager, and product strategist. Now he just writes stories and plays the violin.