A woman who is trying to improve herself as a person, a mother, a researcher, a learner, a dreamer. At present, me and my amazing husband are growing up with our toddler son. In between, I work as a post doctoral researcher in Microbiology. I sing and I write whenever I feel it from my heart. I keep learning whatever life teaches me. I have a starting problem as in, I am reluctant to take initiative. But whenever I am in the arena (either willingly or pushed), I give in my best.
Jayalalithaa and Rekha, two women in the limelight for most of their lives, have some startling similarities, especially in the way they dealt with pain.
As a prostitute, at the will and whim of any paying client, Sitara and many like her have become straw, bamboo, clay and mud from inside. Tough, yet numb.
Beauty is more in your mind - if you think you are beautiful, you are, and will appear beautiful to everyone! Beautiful in every size!
Ganesha is the god of knowledge. Here are a few life lessons from the story of Ganesha that this mother would like her child to learn.
The author speaks about the everyday, simple freedom for women in South Korea, that she feels is sorely missing from patriarchal Indian society.
So how would the Ramayana be if Valmiki had been a woman? A feminist look at the themes that speaks of strong women in the Ramayana.
"Almost spontaneously I looked for you, fear in my heart thinking I have raised another me in my son." A letter from a father who realizes the importance of gender equality.
The 'chemical locha' (just like Munnabhai MBBS suffered from) that I suspected was actually my mother's life lessons that was guiding my choices!
Here is why I think why the Motherhood Challenge should not hurt anyone, why we should take it in our stride.
Becoming a mother can wrought miraculous changes in a woman. A wonderful look at different relationships through the eyes of a new mother.
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