Agnishatdal Book 11 shares a set of works by author Bitter Pill.
Twain Shall never meet- Talks about BP’s belief in the words of old wisdom that said good and evil should not mingle too freely, too much. I sort of agree with that, because being good does not means we are saints, we too can get tempted and fall!
These abused victims- Not everyone who is labeled a victim is always a victim, sometimes wolves do wear sheep skin to trick.
Shapeshifters- In this world of stolen identities this one seems quite possible.
Sita was a rare soul- Quite true, even though Indian women quite believe that they are angels incarnate, and men often say so if not believe, but in reality they are just human beings capable of doing the worst and the best.
Kolkata Kulture- Little blunt but true.
Khoka Khuki- Again, blunt but quite true.
Third K of Kolkata- Oh boy, anyone with ear will agree to this article!
Get ‘em boys- It may be true or not, if it is true then Hindu men should start treating their women right, stop asking for dowry and see what happens next!
Haters aplenty- well, check out social media platforms and you will agree with the words.
Religion- A long article divided in parts about religion. It is pretty interesting read.