Rajashree D Purkayastha

Rajashree D Purkayastha

Writing and composing poems are my first passion and photography being the next; A content writer by profession; a voracious reader, hopeless romantic, tea lover and have Friday food swings; and at times very lazily listening to some soothing melodies. I believe every human is a living book and the world is a live library; being very talkative I take interest in listening , discussing & debating both with friends & strangers & realized that every mind is a beautiful poetry.

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This Heinous Crime At A Kolkata School Must Make Us All Rise Up In Protest

The recent news of a 4 year old being raped at the GD Birla School in Kolkata is only one more in a startlingly long list. We need schools to wake up!

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Does A Lack Of Marital Symbols Signify That Such Women Are ‘Available’ And Can Be Disrespected?

Do marital symbols really keep a woman safe? Then we would not have had a Sita or an Ahalya! A look at this fallacy of belief.

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Women Silenced Through Ages [#Poetry]

Men dread a woman who knows and speaks her mind, and have always tried to silence them. It speaks more about the insecurities of men than about the women.

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Take A Walk Away From Your Comfort Zone To Discover Your Potential

Sometimes, moving away from your comfort zone is essential to move forward in your career. Here is a insightful personal journey.

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Bandini – The Caged [#Poetry]

We often make choices that shackle us, but freedom from them is not far, if only we gather strength to stand up for our rights!

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Reflection Of A Woman. Winning Entry By Rajashree D Purkayastha For The #GoodwynTea Writing Contest

There is so much that a woman has to undergo in life, just for being a woman. But a woman's inner strength can take her through anything! #GoodwynTea contest winning entry.

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