Archana was raised in Chennai and lives in Dubai.She was a banking professional for more than a decade. She holds a diploma in creative writing from Writers Bureau,UK.She is currently pursuing her master's degree in English Literature.
Her articles,short stories & poetry have appeared in Women's web, Reading hour and Dubai Poetics websites.
She is passionate about reading the classics, working on Madhubani paintings and (at 11 am) having a large cup of chai.
This powerful piece of poetry for Women's Day, where a woman claims herself, will move you. This Women's Day, let's claim our right to be.
Everything we do these days is fodder for the social media mill. When was the last time you just were? A poignant look at this new reality.
The loss of a child can be devastating, and often end life the way you knew it, leaving behind a shell of your former self. A powerful short story.
Though we are bombarded by new serials and shows each day on the television these days, yet it hardly attract us the way the good old days of Indian Television did. A reader recounts her tale.
London is a favourite holiday spot. Here's a beautiful account of our author's trip to this picturesque city and how she found comfort in the new land.
Are children playing enough? Play is fun, but childhood play has many other 'serious' benefits, and children today are missing out on those.
Our lives are becoming increasingly complex, and our minds, chaotic. Here are 2 simple ways to declutter your life, and clear your mind.
Small actions are big messages for children. You are your child's role model. Are you ready to play the part?
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