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The Sign of our Times

This wall display is a sign of the times, when legal and social bodies are crying foul on the misuse of dowry and harrassment laws by women. For once the hunter may be feeling like the hunted, and some enterprising person even sees this as a commerical opportunity! Continue reading

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To have or not to have!

In an age of DINKs – Double Income No Kids, I am faced with the pertinent question – To have or not to have – kids (or a kid, to be precise). Seven months down blissful matrimony, a belated honeymoon, … Continue reading

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After work …

“So, when does your husband reach home from work?” A female colleague inquired. “Always fifteen minutes after the dinner is ready, irrespective of when I reached home.” I answered nonchalantly. Share and Show:

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“Frailty! Thy name is woman”

We talk about female liberation, equality and education. There are organizations, people (both men and women) fighting and striving to give women respect with security and independent sustenance. In a previous post, Haunted by a Woman, I highlighted with a … Continue reading

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Of Bindis and Bangles – Concluding Part

I am emotional, passionate and artistic and chubby. I was empowered with this self-knowledge after reading Cheiro’s Language of the Hand. My palm has a red, full-fleshy, dome-like Venus mount which strongly asserts my emotional and passionate (read, romantic) side. … Continue reading

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Of Bindis and Bangles – Part I

Marriage comes with its own set of “tackle-it-right-now” issues. From creatively planning the stuffing in the breakfast parathas to cruelly ignoring the heap of washed clothes begging to be ironed or stashed away; I am wrestling well with time-constraints and … Continue reading

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In honor of the significant “she”

I hear the door swish with the push of her hand as she gingerly steps in, and I know its time to come back from la-la land. My husband is already out of bed – brewing the perfect early morning … Continue reading

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She too is a working woman

She told me it was cold when she was leaving for her house after cooking dinner at my neighbor’s house. I asked her what time does she normally finish her work everyday. She said 9:30 PM. “So you cook again … Continue reading

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