Sindhu Priyadharsini Sankar

Sindhu is a writer and a mother of two. A self-confessed bibliophile and a movie buff, she finds relief and meaning in doodling, cooking, escaping to hill towns, and her friends. A big fan of history, fantasy, and mythology genres, this impulsive blogger and one-time winner of the Orange Flower Award for Poetry (2018) is a return-to-work mom. She's currently hoping against hope to stick to and emulate gentle parenting even through absolutely trying times!

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This Women’s Month, Gift Me An Affordable Daycare System

India, as a country that world corporates are turning to for the wealth of human resources we have, can do well to invest in childcare, for a balanced present and a great future.

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Fantastic Supernova Dreams Of A Working Mom Waking Up To Her Daily Routine

"What time should I set up that Zoom meeting with the client?" "Has the daughter revised for Tuesday's Physics test?" "What bills remain to be paid?”…

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8 Key Trends For The Future Workplace That HR Leaders In India Want You To Understand

Organisations need to pay deliberate attention to employee wellness as well as diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) as mandates for successful talent acquisition.

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Women Leaders in Digital Commerce Future Gaze at Where the Indian Shopper Is Going

COVID-19 has nudged even the average Indian shopper to go digital. Bright women leaders in digital commerce kept business going in the face of this massive transformation.

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How Included Does The LGBTQ+ Community Feel At Work? This Study Gives Us The Reality!

'Inclusion without Exception,' brings together the employer-employee perspective to present significant trends and highlight the steps needed for true inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community at work.

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Ruchi Pritam
Ruchi Pritam, Travel & Culture Writer: ‘Women Must Live For More Than Just Their Families’

A woman with her roots in Bihar but a fascination for South Indian heritage, meet Ruchi Pritam, culture and travel writer.

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Shown As A Schoolgirl’s ‘Desire’ For A Middle Aged Man, This Vairamuthu Song Is Slyly Pedophilic

A new song by Vairamuthu has a teenager paired with a middle aged man, and is being called out for blatant paedophilia.

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Pavithra Krishnaswamy
Pavithra Krishnaswamy: A Woman-Led Organisation Won’t Accept Discrimination Even In Jokes’

In the women led organisation where she works, Pavithra Krishnaswamy speaks of a new, evolved perception of work-life harmony, built on workplace safety and employee wellness.

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Urban Farmer At Kalpavriksha Farms, Entrepreneur Kalpana Manivannan Is An Inspiration

Meet the very down to earth, inspiring urban farmer Kalpana Manivannan who started Kalpavriksha Farms, and can teach you how to grow your own stuff and many DIY organic products.

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This Is Who I Am, And This Is What I Choose

Please know that I respect and adore you for being as real as you could be, in courage and vulnerability.

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Two Lives, Lost And Found: What Did They Mean To Each Other?

They had chosen the village as their impenetrable refuge- Malar from her broken relationship, and Madhavi from the war. Each of them meant the world to the other: a mother, sister, daughter and all. She started packing her bags. As she went around collecting her books that lay scattered across the floor, she caught a […]

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Nah. I’m A Blundering Mom

The author through this poem wholeheartedly expresses her feelings about being a mother, living within a golden cage and much more. 

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