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A woman of today ,I love to travel and live life simple and happy.
Writing for me is an outlet to my emotions, which I can visit again and again.
And yes learnt the hard way ,that while quoting someone or somebody,learn to quote and unquote them.
When Melania Trump batted away her husband's hand in public, she triggered off this amusing debate between friends on equality in love and snubbing. Read on!
Golgappas. Panipuri. Puchkas. Call it by any name, this humble streetside snack has its fans who swear by the burst of flavours and textures it offers.
Why do we have to wrap our sanitary pads under the layers of paper and black polythene, as if we are buying some banned item or health hazardous product?
As long as mothers in law fall back on traditional Saasu maa behaviour, the Bahu Ranis will not have any respite from the tug of war!
"Do ladies actually want a tall, dark and handsome prince charming to save them? Not anymore." A look at how fairy tales need to be re-told.
Here's a funny take on the 'Jugaadu Mom' - the new age supermom who manages to tick off all the boxes, stripping their kids of a childhood they deserve.
A candid account of a daughter in law's woes when her judgemental and controlling in laws make long visits, caging her and curtailing her freedom to live.
So what makes a wedding memorable? A tongue-in-cheek look at the Indian Wedding, a.k.a. the Great Indian Wedding Tamasha!
What it feels like to be a kid of an army man? What sacrifices do army fathers and their families make. Discover it here.
Friends are important for us women - our women friends are those we go to in times of need. So, do not let go of them, even if family dictates that you do so!
It is tough being an Indian daughter-in-law. Can we so-called 'cultured' people accept her as an individual and spare a thought for her comfort?
Ageing gracefully is all about maturity - we need to accept that women have grey hair and wrinkles which are actually signs of a life well lived.
She came to her new home full of hope, wanting to be accepted as a daughter, but she was never was. Why are India's daughters-in-law treated like this?
Do you say 'fingers crossed' when you are wishing hard for something? That is the power of faith, one that can lead to quaint beliefs and much entertainment!
Wedding rituals can be very specific to cultures, often depending upon the social history and geography. They can often create wonderful memories.
The story of a grandmother, a wonderful and strong woman who taught her granddaughter a few things about living life.
When will we wake up to an equal place for women in society? Why is it that, a woman has to fight to survive and thrive, to lead a life on her own terms?
Exercise and diet is the mantra for a fit, lean body. But what happens when our writer here tries her hand at these? A hilarious account of a vicious circle.
The art of conversation is getting right the balance of what to talk or not to talk. So what are the dos and don'ts of it?
As children, we might be oblivious to the 'empty nest syndrome' that affects our parents. Some of us, though, might get the 'leave the nest syndrome'.
Matrimonial ads for brides read more like ads for a domestic worker who is also the 'fair and homely' perfect daughter in law. Stop, already!
In the Indian army all religions follow just one faith - 'service to the nation'. A thoughtful article by an army daughter who is now an army wife.
Long road trips on our national highways can be fun if we look at the various trucks with the vivid truck art on them, and the fun slogans!
The cup that cheers - the humble tea, has many followers. What is it about this chai that is so wonderful? Read on to find out.
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