Author: Samin Sultana

Samin Sayeda Sultana is an English Literature student from Assam. She spent her impressible early years in Nagaland. Journeys had always been an inseparable part of her life which justifies why highways and streets immensely influence her stories, poems and other forms of literary catharsis. Samin is a passionate traveler, an avid photographer and a voracious reader. She loves walking by the occasional forest path and the backstreets of her town and jumps at any chance to see the world.
July 1, 2012 Off

Roads and Rains

By Samin Sultana

A creaky rickshaw paddles away Snaking its way past narrow gullies Staggering along stones and dents Splattering mud collected in…

December 15, 2011 Off

Reveries by the Riverside

By Samin Sultana

Along the tranquil waters of the Dhansiri Patient fishermen huddle beneath Tattered umbrellas, abloom with flowers Toiling and sweltering for…

June 15, 2011 Off


By Samin Sultana

Three years back. The month was June. The days were warmer and the trees were younger. The sun, low in…