When Meera met Radha…

She sang his bhajans and swirled swiftly many times. After a while, she fell prostrate before His idol and placed her head at his lotus feet.

Hot tear drops found their way down her pretty face as she gently tugged at her Ektara and crooned, प्रभु जी तुम
दर्शन बिन मोय घड़ी चैन नहीं आवड़े …
She opened her eyes and looked up at HIS idol… her Krishna… her Ram… her everything… she wiped his feet with her pallu even as the tears kept falling.

Her heart was beating loudly, threatening to burst with her love for her Krishna….

Let’s Make This World More Accessible And Inclusive For Disabled Persons

We humans inherently have a naturally prejudiced mindset. From an early age, we are socialized to believe that people with disabilities are not as good as others and should be treated differently. This idea of disability being a barrier to a person’s success is heavily ingrained in the minds of many people, including those who are disabled themselves.

This blog post will review ways to make the world more accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities. Find out how we can become a more empathetic society, teach kids to be more inclusive, and harness technology to make jobs accessible!

Women In India Face Mid-Life Crisis Earlier Than Usual

Women in India face a mid-life crisis earlier than usual due to the immense pressure they face to conform to society’s expectations. They are expected to be perfect wives, mothers, and homemakers while also juggling their careers. This often leads to feelings of inadequacy and dissatisfaction with their lives. Many women end up sacrificing their own needs and desires in order to meet these unrealistic standards. As a result, they can experience a mid-life crisis at a much younger age than women in other parts of the world.

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