An engineer by education, I am a civil servant by profession. A doting mother. An avid reader. I try my hand at writing as and when ideas tussle inside my head.
Read this book to look differently at the ever-elusive "happiness", even if have never suffered with depression.
Chokher Bali portrays some strong female protagonists, who are sure to etch indelible marks in your memory once you finish the novel.
With Valentine's Week, it's love and romance all around us - making it even harder to bear the death of a relationship. Anyone who has loved and lost will relate to this!
In spite of humongous challenges, love prevailed and it was impossible for them to say goodbye to each other. Will their love story sustain social mockery?
The author speaks of the all pervading sexism in Indian government offices, that is often taken for granted as 'normal office culture', and which needs to be addressed.
Barbie dolls and frocks of bright hue, Reminds me of my yearning for you.
Paromitar Ek Din - is a classic Bengali movie that celebrates the special bond between women, which is very unlikely according to popular perception - writes Swagata Tarafdar.
The poet speaks of the ordinary dreams of an ordinary woman - a home with all its ordinary trappings, that are now lie unused.
Looking back on promises left unfulfilled...a painful moment that all of us have experienced some time or the other.
Marriage for an Indian woman is a huge life change - a change in her home address, family members living with her, and also her name, while for a man it is just a change in 'relationship status'.
No matter what life doles out, and how you are today, a smile is what you need to wear, along with anything else you may.
When a relationship is over, memories are all that remain. Memories that can be present in many tangible forms, sometimes there, sometimes faded.
I met this man on an online forum with similar tastes, so I accepted his friend request. Until I discovered myself in deep shit that I needed to extricate myself from.
A personal account about a mother-in-law's inability to cut the apron strings that tied her son to her, that created a rift between the author and her husband.
I was depressed after my divorce, but I needed to come out of it - I had a son to look after. This is my story of how I healed myself and found life again.
'You and me' - this poem explores what it means to be a pair - for without either one, this unit wouldn't exist.
From the neighbour's aunt, to well meaning strangers, I have received bizarre advice about how I should lead my life, now that I'm a divorcee and single mom.
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