Selected Writings

  • Parikrama

    A collection of short stories by        Radhika Vyas Sharma  

  • Outsourcing marriage

    Expat suitors are returning to India to sweep brides off their feet and their continent.

  • The Ethos of Family

    My early years as an immigrant Silicon Valley bride were spent something like this—eleven months a year, prepare, pray, and long for an India trip. Twelfth month: drink up family-time in India.



  • The real artist thinks certainly of totality, but never of perfection. He wants to be totally in it, that’s all.
    When he dances, he wants to disappear in the dance.


  • The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched…but are felt in the heart.

    --Helen Keller

  • In the depths of winter I finally learned in me there was an invisible summer

    --Albert Camus

  • Our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world…as in being able to remake

    --Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

  • I believe in everything.

    --Shirley Maclaine

  • If you cannot be the poet, be the poem.

    --David Carradine