Smruti

Smruti Shanbhag was born and brought up in India. She works full time as an Innovation strategist in Paris. Smruti is a passionate storyteller, and aspires to tell her stories to the world! Read her work at www.thethinkingpen.com

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When One Sister Showed How Powerful Sisterhood Can Be!

"And on the other hand she felt guilty: she had been secretly jealous of my good looks. And now, here I was, crushed to nothingness. She had to save her sister"

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Ummidon Ki Asha – It Must Be Her Asha Who Had Come Back To Give Her Another Chance!

In the moon she saw Asha – her Asha. She only begged for Asha’s forgiveness. In some sort of rebirth, Asha gave her an opportunity of atonement. 

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When I Was Considered Just The ‘Lucky Missus’, And Nothing More

Even if a married Indian woman is an achiever, she is very annoyingly, often considered 'just a wife' when she goes out socialising among strangers as part of a couple.

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Let Us Empower Our Men Today, At Managing House Work, Raising Kids, And All Such ‘Women’s Tasks’

There's no such thing as 'women's work' or 'men's work'. Running a home and raising kids is teamwork, and the only way to a gender neutral society in the future.

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4 Women Fight It Out: A Mom, A Wife, A Homemaker, & A Corporate Executive. So Who Wins?

I need them all. So they will have to live together. Otherwise my life will not be a happy one. How do I help them collaborate and co-operate with each other?

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Stepping Out From Behind The Veil

This reaction was not surprising at all – a powerless woman who had never been out of her veil, and who had always lived under the shadow of her husband could not be expected to have any self-esteem.

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