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Cancer Stem Cell Researcher , loves to write about various experiences experienced in life.
A mother's account of how they had not realised that their son Mayur had autism and he had suffered as a consequence, but how they did everything they could for his better life once they knew.
Panna Bharali, whom the author calls Pappu Baa, is a breast cancer survivor, working with a palliative care initiative to help others like herself.
Menarche or the beginning of periods during puberty can be confusing time for a girl. This is how my mother explained it to me in simple terms.
Perseverance in routine, 'boring', everyday work is the main building block of great things. A lesson I learnt from my mother.
A woman does not become impure during periods. A lesson learnt by the author's mother in her childhood, and shared with her daughter.
How important is skin colour, really? This engaging story tells you how colour is only skin deep, and it is the beauty within that is the most important.
Woman need to stop judging their own kind based on the status of a mere membrane. Virginity shouldn't be an issue anymore, not in these times!
Joyeeta Talukdar speaks about a moving experience at Samralu, an interesting thanks-giving festival celebrating daughters and mothers, in a village of Seemandhra.
Having your periods on a festival day is considered a horrible fate in many orthodox families. One young girl learns from her dad that it is okay to question rituals that don't make sense.
A true life narrative packed with delightful anecdotes from college and hostel life in India, 'Honesty Persists' is the story of an important life lesson from an uneducated catering boy.
A young woman describes her rendezvous with the realities of life and accepts that there are truths to life, we all have to live with.
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