Meenakshi M. Singh is an author of three books “SOULFUL SYMPHONY”, “AAWAZ” and “I AM ENOUGH”- a poetic tribute to the strength of the woman available on all online portals as Amazon, flipkart etc. She is the founder of She The Shakti Inc., a woman empowerment center. Her endeavor “ShetheShakti”, an anthology is a woman empowerment venture uniting 300 poems by 125 poets together and is a chorus of change, of celebration, of hope. SheTheShakti is a grand poetic celebration of feminism, a collective voice towards empowering woman’s voice in the society.
She is conferred with the much reputed Karamveer Chakra Award 2016 instituted by United Nations and iCongo and the REX Global Fellowship. She has been conferred the Magicka Women's Achiever's Award, Pride of Women Award by Aagaman Group and SashaktNari Parishad - Pride of Nation Award in 2015 for being an inspiration. Her body of work has been published in more than 50 national and international anthologies, magazines and journals and she has been the winner of many writing contests. She says, “I am enough as we all are enough, always”. We all can create happiness and transform the world to be more humane with heart and art.
Then after a sip, she said, “Do you really think that Basanti works so silently because she loves to? Could you really believe that her cheek was swollen due to slipping?“ She was looking straight into my eyes, piercingly.
Does it feel like the talk about menstruation has been done to death? Well, not really. It's still as much of a taboo in most homes and places.
Don't like what Padmavat is portraying? Don't watch it! The violent behaviour of groups like the Karni Sena is destroying our once-tolerant society.
#Poetry. As a girl, I wasn't enough when I was born, neither was I enough at every stage of life. But today, I realise that I am. I am a woman, and I am enough!
If you thought the #NotInMyName protests were only for 'activist types', think again. Here is an account from an 'ordinary' citizen of a recent protest.
Gauri Lankesh, noted journalist, was shot dead recently in Bengaluru. However, this ode is to her spirit, which lives on in many others.
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