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A software engineer in the past, a content writer, an amateur blogger, an avid reader and traveler, an engaging conversationalist, an army wife, a pre school teacher and importantly, an incurable optimist!
7th March is a date I hold close to my heart. It was the day I was struck by Myasthenia Gravis (an autoimmune disorder).
Have you ever realized how acknowledging a problem is the first sighting of the light at the end of a long dark tunnel?
Hindi Medium has the guts to take on the critical issue of the English language and a class divide, as well as our flawed education system. But, how effective a job does it do?
The recent movie Masaan is a must watch - I loved the character of Devi, a strong young woman who takes charge of her own life despite it all!
Mira Rajput's recent comments on being a homemaker went viral and led to all of social media slamming her. Here's a different point of view.
Menopause symptoms can be really bad for many women, often interfering with the quality of life. But here's how you can still have a good life.
As a young mother, Aditi Gokhale realized the value of fresh, organic food, and began her own venture, All Things Organic, that deals in this.
Here is a look at feminist books by women authors on the prestigious Booker Prize shortlist over the years - this year's shortlist has been out on the 13th of September.
When Kalpana Rao, founder of Pari's Haute Couture says, “Perseverance with passion gets you to your goal!” it rings loud and true for aspiring entrepreneurs.
“Design is not just about aesthetics, it is also about problem solving”, says Rashmi Singh, Founder of Studio Moya.
Women film directors in India are more sensitive to the nuances of a woman's life experience, and do not shirk from exploring these in their films.
“Every life is a story. Make yours a best seller.” And, Aparna Athreya, founder of Kids and Parents foundation is a living testimony to this adage.
The thought of creating something indigenous and organic gave birth to Word Weave, the brain child of Anu Krishna!
Gender inequality in the world is mostly due to our own selves - small things that we do or don't do can go a long way in eradicating it.
Kindness always pays, even if you do not expect a reward for being kind. It is the way to be a true human being.
What makes a lady? Not how well you are dressed. It is the outlook to life, the goodness, and the commitment to making a better life for loved ones.
The education system in India is deeply flawed, and needs to be corrected if we are to bring up good citizens of tomorrow.
One needs to be aware of the dangers lurking online, if your teenager is on social networking sites. Here are a few candid tips for online safety.
This is a short story keeping in mind the sacrifices and perils our armed forces and their families undergo, most of which go unnoticed in the civilian world.
High school students today are all in a rat race chasing success in life. While the rat race is important in today's education system, here are 5 tips for finding focus at a critical point in your life.
The author, a preschool teacher, was hurt when a higher secondary teacher from a reputed school derided her choice of teaching preschoolers. Here's how the preschool teacher's father reassured her to follow her passion, no matter what.
In this personal narration, the writer narrates when she was hospitalized for a very rare disease, and when she saw the silver lining every cloud carries.
Many reactions to the Salman Khan verdict have been downright bizarre and excuse a serious crime on the grounds of other 'good deeds'. Does it say something about what lives we value?
We are tired of hearing words like rape, murdered, molested and victims. Our hearts need good news too to be hopeful and have faith in the goodness of humanity.
How do you make sure your decisions are meaningful and as correct as they can be? Assume less, and rely on reason, says this post.
We often confuse our fitness goals - do we want to lose weight or stay fit? Are they the same thing? Here's an interesting take.
Why do women tolerate so much injustice? Fight back for yourself and for others, says this post.
Freedom means different things to us at different points in our life. Here is a peek into the essence of freedom.
It is easy to get carried away with retail therapy. Here are the confessions of a rehabilitated shopaholic about their journey to better control!
Social networking has changed the way we see our lives. How has social networking changed you? This insightful post takes a look.
One of the most underrated jobs in the world is to be a homemaker. Here is a tribute to the modern homemaker, her issues, and desires.
An insightful take on why learning the mother tongue is important for the child, as well as the parents.
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