It's with the help of words that I make my way through the journey of life. Words that inspire, words that touch a chord, words that share stories of battles we all fight.
Dolly Thakore. The very name is nostalgic of Doordarshan and blockbuster theatre productions. The newsreader who didn't seem look at any text to 'read' us the news.
With a single woman protagonist, a hostel warden whose life is dissected by everyone as an 'oddity', Fifty Five Pillars Red Walls remains very relevant even after 50 years.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's new book The Last Queen is an emotional narrative of Punjab's Rani Jindan, who put up a brave fight against British takeover of her kingdom.
What We Carry by Maya Shanbagh Lang is a memoir about mothers and daughters, lies and truths, receiving and giving care, and how we cannot grow up until we fully understand the people who raised us.
Hemant Karkare, A Daughter's Memoir, written by the braveheart’s daughter, is an account of the life of a man who lived for his country, doted upon his family, and did not think twice before taking on the terrorists on the night of 26th November 2008.
If 2017 proved to be a turbulent year for you, take heart: even the worst clouds have their silver linings that may not be evident just now.
Friends made in the teens matter - always - no matter what, no matter the distance between the two people.
Why is it anyone else's but the couple's or woman's decision to have a child or not? It's their life, why must the world bother?
We all agree that domestic abuse and violence should not be tolerated. This post examines why the reality is so different; why women fight hard, yet don't walk away.
In this reflective post, the writer rightly questions, do people around us know us? And why are we so afraid to be just ourselves.
When we accept diabetes and cancer as 'natural' illnesses and treat the patient, why can't we support patients of mental illness as well?
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