I am fascinated by the English Language and the wide range of synonyms! Nature is gorgeous and I find beauty in every little springs it has to offer. My another love is to mingle with people of diverse culture, religion, caste and nationalities! Of course writing is my hobby!
Making boys sit with girls was always looked at as a punishment. However, with changing times, we need to stop gender segregation and encourage friendships!
Devika Rani was a fascinating actress and had an unconventional persona. For her wide contribution to Indian cinema, she was honoured with Padmashri in 1958.
This author says it's time to remember that religion was created to help people move closer to God - not to demonise or attack each other.
The story of Anshula Kant, first woman MD & CFO of the World Bank group, is an example of how Indian women can break glass ceilings with the right family support, something men take for granted.
Chandrani Murmu, a first time entrant to the electoral arena, has made history by winning the Keonjhar seat and becoming the youngest member of Parliament.
The treatment for a widower man is different. When a man loses his wife, he is once again a prospective groom!
Feminism is a way of life for many women, and we take so many freedoms for granted, But these have been the fruits of the struggle of many women before us, like Mary Wollstonecraft's writings.
When age if just a number! After topping the "Aksharalaksham" test, she is now aiming at a 100/100 in Grade 10 when she turns 100 years old!
As a feminist, people are surprised when they find me dainty and feminine. They'd be surprised when they know the backbone of steel I can have.
The author pens a beautiful post, reminiscing the good old days of handwritten letters. Read on!
The author remembers an interview which turned out to be better than expected.
The author strongly believes that though it is important for women to raise their voices against issues like Sabarimala but she questions aren't there other grave issues which need our attention more than this row.
Saraswathi Rajamani joined Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army at 16, as a spy, and has lived a sensational life that seems like fiction now. She passed away in January this year.
Gender issues have been in existence from a long time. Of late the situation is quite horrible. Sexual assault, domestic violence and unconceivable crimes against women are on the rise!
A woman faces a tough life, only to find a second chance at love. What happens when love enters her life in the most unusual way?
Her son was born with a cleft lip and cleft palate, and could not suckle to breastfeed. But this mom persevered and made sure he got mother's milk.
The author describes a pilgrimage she made to Haworth, the home of the Bronte sisters - Bronte who wrote Jane Eyre, Emily who wrote Wuthering Heights, and Anne who wrote Agnes Grey.
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