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Author of 'We Will Meet Again'. Freelance writer and editor. Tarang's works have been published in Good Housekeeping India, Child India, Woman's Era, Alive and in a best-selling anthology "Uff Ye Emotions 2". She is a voracious reader, book-reviewer, and an active blogger.
I like my protagonists to be feisty women who take their destiny in their hands and stand up to whatever is thrown at them. Here are 8 of my recent reads.
We equate fair with beautiful, and a dark complexioned woman is considered to be not beautiful by default. When will this change?
The chaos in our lives is a function of the clutter in our homes and relationships. Check out these 10 points for a clutter free mind and life.
Abducted by Ravana, she is sitting by herself, when Sita meets Sati, consort to Mahadev, who visits her. What happens next? Part 2 of a short story. Read Part 1 here.
Abducted by Ravana, she is sitting by herself, when Sita is visited by Sati, consort to Mahadev. What happens next? Part 1 of a short story.
Life doesn't always go the way we want, but being positive and following these easy tips for a happier life can set you on the path to happiness!
Women often find themselves living with domestic abuse - emotional and physical, because they are not confident that they can stand up for themselves.
Kavita Devgan, in her debut book Don't Diet: 50 Habits of Thin People, says that the secret lies in staying motivated to become fit and taking it one step at a time.
What is the value of a life? A short story that illustrates this wonderfully well!
I had fun trying out books from different genres than what I normally read. What would you pick up if you wanted to experiment with reading out of your comfort zone?
Weight loss is all about 70% exercise and 30% diet. But, people, especially new moms find it difficult to achieve this and lose the pregnancy weight they have accumulated. So what can you do?
Toddlers often have their parents in a twist over everything they do or won't do. This is even more so over the tricky issue of toddlers who will not eat at mealtimes. What can be done about it?
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