Jaibala Rao

Jaibala Rao

Jaibala Rao is a Writer and a Poet whose life revolves around the people she loves, her family, her friends and her toddler. She says that words define her, and writing and reading compete to be the love of her life and her world lives in stories that she reads and writes. She writes mostly about a moment, an emotion, a story that fascinates her. Jaibala’s biggest belief is that there is something good in everything and she draws inspiration from everything around her and tries to put forth her opinion. She has been published on various online magazines, and websites. She can be reached at myschoolofthougt@yahoo.in

Voice of Jaibala Rao

Failure: The Best Thing That Happened To Me
Failure is good

A young woman talks about how her failure in marriage brought her to a better space, and how it opened her eyes to new things in life.

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A Happy Ending [Short Story]
A happy ending

Everyone loves a happy ending. But at the end of the day, it's you who choose how your happy ending is going to be, as Sudha did in this story.

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The Legacy Of A Grandmother: A Granddaughter Remembers
Legacy Of A Grandmother

In this reflective piece a granddaughter fondly recollects the legacy of a grandmother. The women who was ahead of her time and forged ahead to fight against what was offered to her. A story of courage and determination.

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The Next Time You Decide To Tell A Woman She Asked For It [Short Story]
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The next time you decide that a woman must have "done something" to be harassed or abused in any way - think again. The truth is that no woman asks for suffering.

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Sydney & Peshawar: The Lessons I Teach My Son Of Love Vs Hate
Lessons I teach my son

Two incidents in a span of just two days; Sydney & Peshawar leave all thoughtful parents with some hard questions to answer for their children.

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Remember These Lessons, My Dear Son!
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A parent has so many things to share with a child, it's hard to keep count. Here is a letter to a son, with some of the most important lessons to remember in life.

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