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I am just another software professional not by choice but by circumstances and necessity, passionate about travel and exploring new destinations be it mountains or beaches, forests or ancient temples, hillstations or quaint hamlets. I am also fascinated by arts and culture, am a wildlife enthusiast, a yoga buff, a great cook and an experienced swimmer who loves snorkelling and scuba diving in the sea. I also used to be a professional badminton player during my school days in Texas, USA.
My uncle acts innocent in front of people, telling them, 'What injustice have I done to her? I took her to my home.' Oh sure, he took me to his home and turned me into an Ayah, who didn't get any wages.
A Poem On Display Of Violence: Women Are Not Punching Bags —Why must you hurt her in order to show your power. Why this desperate need to show everyone who’s in charge. She’s a human being, not a punching bag!
I was given a paltry sum as a raise for my long hours of work. I was really demoralized and quit my job for a better paying job. It was like jumping from a melting pot to a burning cauldron.
I was told that on my face that "I was not fit to work at this company," by my female colleague despite having an engineering degree. I have worked at 4 MNCs in IT and I have come across aggressive men and women who will put down and abuse other vulnerable women to move ahead.
Rebuilding career after a gap can be tough, a person needs to catch up to the latest trends in their field. Relearn and unlearn, and most importantly—regain confidence to seize the opportunity that comes their way.
There is no value for education for a brown skinned woman in this world. The atrocities I have faced as a student in America and as a software engineer in India have left me traumatised for life.
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