Dyuti is a lawyer, and a professional dreamer, a part-time poet, and a full-time overthinker. She tries to be, amongst other things, a writer, a scholar, and a good influence. Can talk to cats more than to most humans, and is fierce and passionate about words. She has previously written for The Times of India.
Loneliness has occurred, love too, in the pandemic
A City and the Liquid Luck
Of Love and the Other Love Story
My Parents’ Daughter
There are no bad stories, only bad writers
The Mad Writer’s Tea Party
When you cannot make love
The Art of Dying
A brave new world, post-Corona
We are failing our animals
Our bodies tattooed with shame
The Recasting of Stardom
It’s been a long way
India’s OTT and the Sub-versus-Dub debate
An entire generation of Americans has no idea how easy...
Promises don’t grow with you
Working from home is making us weaker, and it might...