An Inspiration who helped me grow

When we talk about inspiration, we often look at people who are achievers or bigger and more successful than us in stature. But since last few months, the person who has been constantly inspiring me is someone tiny. Yes, my inspiration is my daughter who at present is about 10 months young but has been […]

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Think before you abuse your child

The general mindset of Indians is that Elders are always right. This is sadly one of the basic principles of Indian Parenting. Understanding your child or its needs means you are over pampering your child and spoiling it. Oh your child refuses to do something, you do not give enough spanks to the child, that […]

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How food affects your mental health

Mental Health is a taboo topic in our society. We seldom discuss the topic with our peers. Anybody suffering from Mental Health issues choose to hide their issues rather than speaking about it because they are scared to be judged. One of the things that affects your mental health is Food. Though it may seem […]

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A C-Section Mother is not a Mother

Since today morning, I came across atleast three post, wherein women were ranting about the mommy shaming they had to go because they had a C- Section birth. How many times, have we women not being shamed for our choices that we make. Admitted that giving birth is a natural process and only women have […]

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My Husband Does Not Read My Work

A few days ago, there was a tweet that was put up by a fellow blogger. Have a look at that tweet hereunder. So the basic point of discussion was that if our spouses read our work and did that bring any change in our relationship. I started writing more post the birth of my […]

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My unexpected life

If I were to talk about my previous decade, it was nothing but full of contradictions. Today, at the end of the decade, I am doing things, that I thought I would never do. One of the things about life is, it always throws surprises at us and so did my life. At the begining […]

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Your Turn Now to spread kindness

In Mumbai we lead our lives in a supersonic speed. We live in high rise building but barely know our neighbours. In such times it is next to impossible to smile at them or help them in small ways. “Neeki Kar Dariya mein Daal” is an age old proverb that we have heard since so […]

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Time to change fairy tales for our kids

We grew up listening to fairy tales. Today, when we look back, more or less every fairy tale looks the same. Every story has a prince and a princess. The princess is always a damsel in distress, abused by the society or the evil step mother or the circumstances in the world. The Prince is […]

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Why we don't wear black during festivals ?

Indians generally prefer to avoid black during any auspicious occassion such as a Pooja or any festivals. Generally it is presumed that wearing the colour black reflects sadness and you are not supposed to be sad on these days. This is what we were taught since our childhood. Interestingly, everything that we do in our […]

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Being a Solopreneur

While the difference between Solopreneur and Enterpreneur is a very narrow. The similarity between both is that they both have started up their own busines or services. These days a lot of youngsters are starting their own start up but with a new start up comes in new set of challlenges. Being a Solopreneur means […]

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Aanewala Pal Jaanewala Hai

And the Miss Universal Beauty 2015 is…….. Announced the host, this day is so vivid in my memory. A day that changed my life forever. A Day that gave me so many things, simultaneously took away so many things from me. I was known for my beauty since the time I remember, blessed with Porcelin […]

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The reality behind the Citizenship Act

Since last few days, there has been a huge mess in our Country due to the Amendment in CitizenShip Act and the NRC in Assam. Unfortunately, I was unable to access the NRC or any official Statement from the Government of India with respect to the said NRC. Coming back to the Citizenship Act, there […]

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A Letter to my children

Today when I am writing this letter, my children are 5 years and 7 months. I know it is too early for them to understand the things that I may mention in this letter, but the only reason I am writing it today, is because I got some spare time. This is not going to […]

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