Manika is a textile and craft storyteller plus human sight-seer by day and mommy reader/hugger by night. Someday she wants to live in a library. Until then, a book nook will do.
A fascinating story of the rote beete suppe, or the root soup, its origins in divided Germany, its travels through Poland and finally to India.
Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh is both a scenic hill station as well as an undiscovered tourist destination in India, as Manika Dhama finds out.
The life of a woman in India is all about 'learning to live' with inequality, and fighting to lead life on her own terms. Why must it be so, asks this post.
Mothers grapple with finding a balance between child-care and work. Can Society, including employers, create just structures that allow women to balance these roles?
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