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A free-spirited,non-conformist,independent,adventurous,boho soul and an admirer of life.Loves my Indian roots, Culture, Aesthetic Living, Saree, Poetry …
The women working in our homes are so intrinsic to our daily lives and yet, they are so invisible. It's time we recognise and appreciate them.
When people see a woman who’s confident about herself and her sexuality, their response is to attack and tear her down to feel better about themselves.
Being single is still looked down upon in our society. However, women are taking a stand and not being in toxic relationships where they aren't respected.
There are different fasts and rituals for the welfare of our sons or husbands, but there is not even a single fast for the well being of the wife or the daughter. Why?
Is your partner a mama's boy? It’s not going to be easy if you have given your love to a man who’s mother will always come first.
Do yourself a favor, save your energy, embrace the unknown and just walk away.
Most Indians' reasons to get married are not about looking at marriage as a legal commitment made to someone you truly love.
It's a difficult time for all of us, and some have coped better than the others. What can you do to help yourself?
It's the time to shift from outer to inner world, from unconscious to conscious.
We expect women to be willing objects of desire for men, but expect them to deny their own sexuality, wanting them to be 'pure'. That's isn't fair!
Why are women expected to live with their husband and his family after marriage? With changing times, let's change the definition of sanskaari too!
When people expect something from you, it means you have given them reasons to believe in you
In India, we very proudly claim that we treat our daughter-in-law just like our daughters. But they are still made to feel like outsiders, the author says.
The many facets of a woman... she is everything you want her to be and more.
As you move from your 20s to your 30s, are there things you've learnt about life? Here are 6 things Anushree Dash learnt about relationships, being a people-pleaser and grabbing opportunities.
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