Vasudha Sahgal wrote her first fictional story, at the age of 8 about a bunch of friendly witches. Now in her mid twenties,she describes herself as a curious soul with an insatiable appetite for knowledge as well as a lover of the Phoenix ( the bird). She has a degree in Economics from the University of Nottingham and a diploma in Applied Journalism and Media Communication. She has written for various newspaper publications and blogs, among them the Huffington Post. Apart from writing, she works in the family business, where she is involved in the managerial tasks of a ‘mechanical engineering’ company. She has had a stint in advertising as a trainee copywriter with Ogilvy and Mather, New Delhi. She divides her time between New Delhi and Chandigarh in India.
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Serendipity: Not So Sweet
by Vasudha Sahgal
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
What happens when you bump into someone from your past? Someone who held great meaning. Where do you pick up the pieces from? Do you always get to pick up the pieces or do they remain like shards, poking you in the deep recesses of your mind? Rajan, a thirty year old man from Delhi, finds himself in such a situation, in a busy street in London, while on his way to a work meeting.
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