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Jimi Rani Duarah is a passionate and versatile writer who finds solace in the realm of words. With a keen interest in exploring various themes, Jimi weaves tales that provoke thought, stir emotions, and shed light on societal issues.
Whether it's crafting poetic verses, delving into short stories, or penning insightful articles, writing has become Jimi's chosen path to inspire, empower, and connect with readers worldwide.
Through the magical alchemy of language, Jimi strives to create a world where imagination knows no bounds and where stories become the vessels that lead us to a better understanding of ourselves and the world we inhabit.
Marriage, often hailed as a joyous milestone in one’s life, is frequently celebrated as the ultimate accomplishment. Oh, yes, especially in India! Marriage for Indians is undoubtedly that “ultimate” goal of life, only to be followed by a long list of other “ultimate” goals subsequently. Ah, and how can it be called complete without displaying […]
Sindoor may be 'auspicious' in Indian society, but it does not empower women but contributes further to their oppression. Let's begin by blaming Bollywood.
There is still little awareness of queer culture in India, so it isn't surprising that we have no idea of the many 'happily married' Indian wives who identify as queer, but have no option.
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