When I saw the film, #PINK, I was inspired to post this. Do share your thoughts. Have you gone through any of these pains? Does the patriarchal society bother you as well? Continue reading The day I died…
I refuse to be called Aunty by any kid around me.
Several people jeer behind my back. My statements related to this topic have become the butt of jokes in my building as well. They compare me to the famous character in the yesteryear’s serial who kept chiding everyone who called her aunty. The grapevine whispers, “She thinks she is young forever”, “Aunty ko aunty nahi kahenge, toh kya kahenge”, “Jawani eternal” etc.
Are they right?
Do I really have a problem accepting my age? Continue reading Aunty mat kaho na…
In 2010, when Abhimanyu turned 5, we told him that the Lord had decided not to send a brother or sister for him. We convinced him that he was the only child that we would ever have and that all our love belonged to him only. Just 3 years later, in May 2013, we discovered that I was almost 3 months pregnant! While we were … Continue reading How did we train my elder son to receive his sibling?
Through the years, what struck me about Nishant is, his ‘never-say-die-attitude’ and his tenacity to overcome any storm. His resilience and approach to problem solving has inspired me at every stage of my life. Today, he stands tall as a Business Coach, Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker and Core member at Indus Health Plus Pvt. Ltd. I feel a sense of pride. He has transformed the lives of more than a lakh people across the country. People look up to him for guidance and feel protected under his care. Continue reading ‘Dreams keep people alive’
A burning torch was handed over to me and the ever helpful uncle once again guided me to her toe. I debated whether she would jump up in pain. Continue reading Maa…
It was the holy month of Ramadaan.
It signifies a period of self-control, sacrifice and introspection.
Little did I know that meeting her during this month would leave me inspired. Continue reading Ek Pyali Khichda