Bindiya is a linguist, works at a diplomatic mission, is a wife, a mother, an Indian citizen who is passionate about living life to its fullest. She is actively involved in several social initiatives for women and children through her organisation ‘Mil Baant Ke- Sharing With Dignity´. She is committed to health, literacy and skill building projects. Having travelled widely, her sincere involvement with people and her awareness of the world around her find expression in her sketches, poetry, and articles. She has authored a book "Dream Keeper A Poetography Ensemble" with her sister Komal Bedi Sohal, a photographer. It is an exploration of relationships with self and others in a poetographic format. Bindiya´s poetry has been published in few anthologies and her second book is in the pipeline.
We all want to learn that one thing but never do, blaming lack of time. For Bindiya, it was cooking. Lockdown gave her the time she needed.
2020 turned out to be quite the 'cursed' year for almost all humanity, but there are a few things that I am thankful for. What about you?
A mother is in dilemma, whether to sell her family home or not. She beautifully pens down her emotions in this heartfelt poem
Read this beautiful poem about planting desires and realizing them.
My financial freedom gave me wings, as a harsh reality stared at me. In my quiet moments, my childhood fears haunted me. I was unmarried, dark, alone & 40.
Here is a story about the pandemic, but what about the end? Will there be an end, what if there isn't?
It is hard to navigate modern-day relationships as we struggle with sex and intimacy when we are not physically present with our partners.
On Mother's Day, it's time to remember that mom and dad both need to lead by example.
Closeted inside homes, women, men, children, all are prisoners of a pandemic that has taken over. When will it end?
She had had no support back then, and nowhere to go. But this time, something kicked her reflexes into action, and she stood up strong beside her daughter-in-law and her granddaughter.
Larissa made a solemn vow “I will not think of the misery, but of the beauty that still remains in the world and I will find it”.
Have you ever wished to radically rearrange your life? What is stopping you? This post will make you think.
Each of us must make an effort to be better, to do better, and to take better care of ourselves and others.
The time in your life when you want to postpone every small activity, but much as you want, can you really postpone life?
The first sign of Reena's rebellious nature revealed itself to me the day she ran away with a boy she fancied.
The thought of restful, happy holidays went wrong, running between monuments, pubs, avenues, stopped at none; each day it ripened and fell like a fruit.
Have you ever experienced the unconditional love of a pet?
What must a snake be feeling when he comes to the human establishments?
Isn't life all about the choices we make? Some right, some wrong...some weak, some strong.
A tea gaden invokes a myriad of emotions...awe, fear, gratitude and much more!
Wherever we see, there is terror and violence. Is humanity dying?
Can we really live like yo-yos all our lives? Alternating between extreme emotional states can be very draining and limiting.
A love poem on Valentine's Day- Read on and feel the love!
"Own yourself with the angel and the devil within. Do not blame the proverbial other. Be strong and be true to yourself, for if you do not love yourself, no one else will."
Are you happy? Being associated with beautiful things make you happy or happiness is a state of mind? Read on to find out!
"Why have the hearts within families become so cold and distant"- The author questions those who have turned away from their own near and dear ones.
The author believes that to lead a harmonious life we need to strike a balance between body and mind. Can we find a 'Health and Happiness' quotient to live joyously?
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