Posts Tagged ‘writing platform’

डाल्टनगंज की पहाड़ी पर घने जंगलों के बीच एक गांव है, नाम है कामकी. कामकी के उत्तर में एक नदी बहती है, जिसे कोइल कहते हैं. गांव...

Professional and assassins are a unique lot – killers who ply their deadly trade in return for cash, killing without knowing the person and the motive of the murder. There are four categories of contract killers. Let’s find out where you belong!

Your stories, be it The Bot, The Last Poisoners of 6 or Death is Only the Beginning, all deal with different themes such artificial intelligence, crime and mystery. Which story has been the easiest to write and which one has been the hardest? The easiest has been Last Poisoners, the story practically wrote itself...

शक्ति प्रकाश जी आपकी कहानी ‘शब्दों के तीर-इसमें नयी बात क्या है?’, को व्यंग्य कहानी प्रतियोगिता का विजेता घोषित किया गया...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Rameshwar the Dhobi, by Vasudha Sahgal.   Why does a Dhobi (laundryman) suddenly feel insecure of the ever-changing billboards opposite his dhobi ghat? Will his biggest secret also help him to secure the love of his life? This is a story about Rameshwar, a...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Matryoshka, by Anand Venkateswaran A story of lost and found, within another story of lost and found, within another and another. He never quite finds himself, but he does find kindness, and an endless supply of humour. Read the story here : Anand is an...

सोशल मीडिया ने लघु प्रेम कथा के द्वारा हमें कई बेहतरीन लघु कहानियां पढ़ने का अवसर प्रदान किया है, जगरनॉट का लेखन-मंच न भी ...

The Juggernaut Short Story Prize is an annual short story prize that runs for two and a half months and invites entries from budding writers all across India. We received not only a huge amount of entries, but also really fantastic entries which explored new concepts, wrote in beautiful language and wowed us with...

The Juggernaut writing platform was launched in April 2017 to find new writing voices with one aim: that writers needn’t have to ‘know’ anyone to get published. With that aim in mind, we have commissioned several writers, launched writing competitions, partnered with literary festivals, and curated and organised writing...

Juggernaut’s Editor’s Pick of the Week is Adab, by Mandira Pattnaik. Adab is the story of a child who grows into a woman, and escapes as domestic help only to find her past casting a long shadow over her dreams. Read the story here . Mandira Pattnaik is a compulsive weaver of short stories from the mundane to the...