Hello! I am Jaya Rajgopalan.
I quit my job as a computer teacher to pursue my
interests and passions in life.
I acquired special interest and inquisitiveness on energy healing
techniques for good health and completed my advance courses in Reiki and
Pranic healing which are two very effective energy healing techniques for
the human body.
Reading, writing, cooking and yoga are my key interests in life.
The book "Autobiography of a yogi", made a strong impression in my mind .
After reading that book, I practiced meditation seriously .
Meditation has helped me strengthen my mind and take strong and bold
decisions in life. This has also made me inquisitive to read various books
on soul and philosophy of karma in life.
I would like to use "women's web" as a platform to highlight the struggles
and problems faced by the women especially in India.
My maiden Novel "Transformation" on human empowerment was launched at Oxford book stores, Kolkata on April 17th, 2017.
Transformation is a revolutionary novel to make the youth and parents aware of the social prejudices and bias prevailing in India on important topics like gender bias, transgender issues of gender dysphoria, parental pressures on their children in choosing the life partner & career, dowry system, lack of sex education in schools leading to misinformation on sex etc .
The aim is to create awareness , which will bring a big transformation in the Indian psyche for a developed and transformed India.
The novel is gaining popularity and has been gifted to leading institutes like XLRI Library (Jamshedpur) and some Engineering colleges in Kolkata.
"They are in a live-in relationship, that means they are already living like husband and wife, the wedding is just a formality to be completed. You are being ridiculous, talking about matching the horoscopes."
Want to eat more fruits to top up your nutritional quotient, but short of time? A yummy smoothie is the answer.
Mala was differently abled - she couldn't hear or speak, but she was a super mom who was dedicated to bringing up her twins faultlessly!
Her husband cheated on her and expected her to fall in line and accept the 'other woman'. But Deepa decided that moving on was what she must do!
This is the sorry state of many Indian women. Know your rights, and stand up for them, to have a good life. A true story.
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