Sinjini Sengupta is the award-winning author of “ELIXIR” which is a fiction themed on womanhood and dreams that was also made into a film that screened at Cannes Film Festival and won a number of international accolades. She is a multiple times TEDx speaker, a columnist with a number of leading publications and a workshop facilitator. She speaks and teaches workshops on gender sensitivity, emotional wellness, public speaking and creative writing. She's an erstwhile Actuary with a long-spanning career in Insurance pricing. Named “Exceptional Woman of Excellence” at the international Women Economic Forum, Ms. Sengupta has won several national and international awards for her work in the space of writing, public speeches and social columns.
My country is locked down now. A whole effing one point three billion people. Home. Indoors. Locked and down. What can one mere mother do?
A woman who has lived with depression recounts her feeling after watching Julianne Moore's Still Alice. She tells how she could relate to Alice in the movie.
Though everyone can't stop going gaga over the recent ad on pregnancy by Myntra, a woman who went through the same has a different view.
Here the author describes very beautifully, why she loves December so much. Read on. You might agree too.
A cine-goer wants Imtiaz Ali to know, five things after watching Tamasha, apart from the fact that she loved the film completely.
To quash the taboos around menstruation, we don't have to believe that menstruation is divine. We only need to accept that women and their bodies are human.
Sinjini Sengupta pens a beautiful, nostalgic and introspective piece on Durga Puja, a magical Indian festival of homecoming.
Packed with stunning imagery and meaning, 'Reunited At The Sea' is a poem about the ebb and flow of life.
The author writes an honest and interesting reaction to Birdman, one of the greatest films of all time.
A beautiful and evocative write-up about finding your soulmate.
A mother writes about the anxiety she faced on her first parent teacher meeting. However, what she finally found out was a pleasant surprise.
Women are often put on a pedestal. But, it's time to realize that the pedestal is an unequal and a discriminated place to be in.
The sea fell in love with a boulder. The boulder remained unmoved, until one day. Read this story, on how the soft moves the hard.
Raising gender neutral children is the need of the hour. And, it’s not as difficult as you think. Here are five things you can do. In a world where everything is marked as “For Girls,” and “For Boys,” how does one raise a gender neutral child. It’s not as difficult as it seems. Here are 5 […]
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