Rashmi Jain is an explorer by heart who has started on a voyage to self-discover herself by means of her writings. Her writings mainly revolve around the freedom, equality and empowerment of women. It also involves exploring life by means of travelling and the life lessons learnt in the entire process.
She keeps experimenting, creating and learning new things. She is a nature lover and adventure enthusiast.
Saand Ki Aankh might be a story of two sisters fighting it against all odds. But it is also a story with several lessons. The author found 11 of them while watching it
I decided to radiate the same light and energy even in his absence. It was tough. But who said it would be an easy ride!
Gully Boy is a fully paisa vasool movie that you must watch. Great acting, excellent characters, and so much that we can learn from it.
Be prepared. Be safe. Be a survivor, not a victim. Gulp the fear down your throat and walk down the lane with your shoulders straight. Will you?
And believe me, no established boy would be ready to marry a girl with a physical disability. You should consider yourself lucky enough that this match came for you and they are ready to handle you.
A hard-hitting poem about a victim of violence who despite the brutal act will rise like a phoenix.
The author says that women have within them the power to stand against inherent patriarchal norms. They may belong to any category, they can still rise and shine one day.
An uplifting post which tells women to never let go of their invisible crown and be a fighter.
Each one of us should have a purpose in life. We should not just let moments slip away but make beautiful memories.
Kamala, Anvika’s maid walked into home with heavy steps. She entered the kitchen to start with the daily household chores.
Marriage is not the end goal for girls. It's time we realised this and let out girls be.
Gender discrimination and oppression is widely prevalent. All that women need to do is raise their voice against male domination.
Kanya Puja is a Hindu Holy day celebrated on the eighth and ninth day of Navratri festival. On that day, young girls (usually nine) are invited for the Puja in several houses and worshipped as the nine forms of Goddess Durga.
Have you ever felt like you are in a circus, juggling with many things at a time or walking on that tight rope trying to find your balance?
No, it’s not a field trip to some exciting place to visit or learn something new. It’s a trip to that lonely, deserted island where the only accompany of yours is the ‘guilt’.
Sometimes, most of us feel trapped - in our surroundings or in ourselves. Maybe, it's time we stop limiting ourselves and step out of the boundaries we are stuck in.
Equilibrium! Yes, it’s a state of balance between the acting forces in a given environment. If the balance is not maintained, it will lead to its end, its termination.
Along with nostalgia, bicycles bring with them a hoard of good things, from keeping our fitness on track to saving the environment. Let's bring them wheels back!
Everyone is born unique, so why do we try shunning that? Let us remember to be ourselves than just be molded into society's definition of normalcy!
Noora couldn't see the world, but she did not give up, even as she had fewer options as an orphan - she took hold of her own life.
"Let’s become our own savior, I don’t want anyone to suffer anywhere, any more!" says the poet here, about standing up for your rights as a woman today.
"But Maa, doesn’t it matter to you that your daughter is physically and mentally tortured every day? What’s my future Maa? What’s the future of my daughters?"
In this world, sometimes you need to stand up for yourself, as you are enough for yourself and do not need a knight in shining armour.
Woman, you are the most amazing creature of the universe! Women are meant to be wild. It’s our birth right to be wild.
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