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Sukanya Raghunathan is a leadership trainer and a faculty of management. A mother of an eleven-year old girl, she also teaches Carnatic music and her hobbies include singing, dancing, playing keyboard, reading fiction/non-fiction/travelogues, painting, and doodling. A voracious reader, she aspires to create a positive impact in the world through her teaching and writing.
Since the time I entered college, I remember having taken an interest in clothes and fabrics, for college is when you have the freedom and the opportunity to show the world who you are, with your personalized style of dressing, having been upgraded with the right to wear colorful clothes from the boring uniforms. And […]
A few years back, I remember waking up crying for no reason, which surprised me because I've thought of myself as positive-minded and quite cheerful. Can relate with me?
Being a music enthusiast and a (music) teacher, few of my most profound experiences in life have been going to concerts (both Carnatic and film music) and let the music unravel its magic in me –calming my nerves, awakening the child in me, helping me let go, inducing goosebumps! Having spent most part of my […]
I have been blessed with good friends in my life and work, who have only good intentions for me, have stood by me, and offered me help and support without expecting anything in return. I want to acknowledge and celebrate my friendship with three of my workplace friends here – for making me a writer. […]
Sandhya Raagam shows everyday struggles of a middle-class family comprising a husband, wife, their girl child, and their soon-to-be-born second child.
Stand By Me makes you long for moments spent with childhood friends, reminds you of bygone days, and makes you feel the pain of realizing we would never get those days back.
In the movies that I have watched recently, I can feel a very good change in the content and how it is presented.
I watched a Tamil movie Kadaisi Vivasayi (The Last Farmer), recommended by my dad, on SonlyLiv, and many times over again since my first watch. If not for him, I’d have had no idea what I would have missed. What a piece of relevant and much needed art this movie is! It is about an […]
Freelance or full-time, which is a better mode of work for you? Here are the pros and cons, from someone who has been-there-done-that.
When the Indian family is becoming more diverse than ever before, why do ads still stick to the same old stereotypes of who makes a family?
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