Sarika Salil

Born a brought up in Delhi, a PG in English literature and a B.Ed degree I set out to conquer the world. Married to an army officer, had to move several places. Taught in Delhi, Alwar, Srinagar, Umroi. A few family commitments and poor health condition left me unhappy. I wanted a job that ensured happiness besides giving a bank balance. I write well, communicate beautifully with people of all ages. Poor health lead lead to a dip in the confidence but I am picking up the threads and soon I will be more than up and about. Presently I am a volunteering at a 'UDHAVI' a school for special children in Coonnoor Tamilanadu. Practicing spirituality. Currently writing on Sheroes Your Quote Instagram Facebook. Waiting to add Women's Web to my bio.

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Are You An Over-Protective Parent?

Over-concerned, over-protective parents cause more harm than good. So, be mindful of your parenting and enjoy the pleasure and the pain both.

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How I Learned To Be Less Judgemental Of Women Not As Privileged As Me

I am one of those privileged women who enjoyed freedom of speech and choice since childhood. I guess it made me a snob. But I know differently now.

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Life Begins At Forty!

Age is merely a number. A small leap of faith can often be exhilarating and make one realize that life begins at forty.

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parading of the bride
Are The Ladkewale Always At Fault At The Parading Of The Bride?

The parading of the bride is a quintessential Indian custom where she is 'approved' or 'rejected' by the groom's side. But can the groom's side always be at fault?

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