An educator by day an author by night, Enakshi is also an eminent book reviewer. Having worked as a freelance content writer, she now writes for several literary magazines and journals. A post graduate in Biotechnology, she believes in doing more of what makes her happy. She has been a part of eleven anthologies and her insightful articles, short stories and poems have found a place in speaking Tree(Times of India), Women's Era, Alive, Sivana East, Women's Web, EffictionIndia.in and Induswomanwriting.com. She shares her experiences and her thoughts on her website (http://aliveshadow.com/).
Random people often pass insensitive remarks as 'jokes', but it is especially hurtful when it is someone you know well or a family member who does this.
If a man is not judged based on his ability to become a father, why should a woman be subjected to such prejudiced benchmark?
Only time will tell if they will completely wipe out the existence of TV shows or will the TV shows reclaim their lost position with revised content.
Having a note written to the parents in the school diary is the ultimate horror for every school student but what if these are used to write little notes of appreciation?
What are your magic mantras to stay happy this year? Share what you have learnt about staying happy!
A newspaper boy from a humble background gave the author a beautiful life-lesson. Read on!
I want more from life than just following the set pattern of an Indian woman’s life, and why should anyone else tell me what I should do or not do? ‘The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep Miles to go before I sleep. Miles to go before I sleep.’ […]
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