A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
Hi! I'm an often overly-excited, frequently fun-loving, and sometimes deeply-sunk-in-thoughts student of life. Earth and all the stuff in it -especially humans- has always awed me and I love being inspired by all of it. While I believe in expressing my thoughts out loud, with a flash of good motivation, I enjoy actually creating the change with my youth leadership programs in India and start-ups. I've been writing here on WV since the age of 14.
Hold on to your dreams, open your mind, and find your inner 20 year old, says this young woman as she steps out of her teens and into young adulthood.
What are a modern Indian woman's expectations from Mr Right? This personal letter reveals how they have evolved over a few years of a young life.
Menstruating women are not allowed to enter Sabarimala Temple. Every believer must have equal rights when it comes to religion.
It is time we understand that people on the LGBTQA spectrum are human beings just like us. That they have a right to opportunities that everyone gets, too!
Yesterday, 18th January was Martin Luther King Day. He has famously said, that each man is what he is not by the color of his skin but by the content of his character. A thoughtful post by a 17 year old.
Wondering how to be create more happiness in your everyday life? Here are 9 sure shot ways to be instantly happy.
Is a child bride just another nine year old girl? Or is she a woman interrupted, and reduced to a statistic? This poem makes you think.
The story of illiterate girls in India - never allowed to learn to stand up for themselves.
Helping in the fight against breast cancer is something we all can do - donate your hair!
It is time to think differently about the status of women in India. Here is a wake up call to end chauvinism and improve women's situation in India.
The power of the collective woman is strong - if a million Indian women come together, what can we not do?
The story of my grandmother, who brought up a family in a harsh patriarchal society, but lives as an woman inspiring others.
A young girl asks her future 'Mr.Right' to recognise her as a modern Indian woman and accept her right to an independent life
Making a better India with gender equality and justice for all is not going to be achieved by sulking about it - let's do something!
Caring for elderly parents isn't easy, but does that mean we should abandon them?
A young girl finds that working with poor schools in India is also a learning experience for her
A letter to all Indian parents from a teenager, questioning the taboos that Indian society holds on to.
A teenager talks about parenting; while teaching your kids may not be simple once they are teens, respect and friendship is possible.
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