Women have come a long way- Breaking the shackles of oppression, Confinement and forced regression. Making room for a feeble ray of hope- But enough to dazzle the darkness encompassing them. Hope came in the form of rising voices- Speaking of gender equality and women rights. Hope came in the form of rising voices- Speaking … Continue reading By a Woman, For Women, Of Women
You must have felt this feeling of being stuck at least once, no? This feeling of leading to nowhere, of not understanding who you are, what you want in life, whom you wish to stay in and leave your life, why are you here and the worse question that has no answer- HOW TO ESCAPE … Continue reading Stuck
Author: Aravind Adiga Image courtesy: me When we talk of contemporary authors, Aravind Adiga is a globally famous name. Adiga is famous for writings that mirror the society- especially the Indian society. He has written both novels and short-stories. His journey as an author started with his debut novel, ‘The White Tiger’, on which this … Continue reading Book Review: The White Tiger
There she was, his divinity- His only tranquility and solace. Her mind, his living diary’s residence. He survived owing to her- Like drug-addicts, their doses. Like writers, their muses. She was the white to his ugly black, His oasis for existence- Quenching his life’s barrenness. What love meant, he wasn’t aware. But he knew she’s … Continue reading Rose-tinted love
The alarm went off for the fifth time. A slender, brown arm stuck out of a thick, white blanket, and snoozed the vibrating smartphone on the bedside table. This went on for another five times, and on the sixth time, the blanket was thrown off the bed to the floor- out of disdain or a … Continue reading Coffee
Wohooo! So, I bagged the congratulatory appellation of 'Blogger of the Month' at my college, Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB) Pune, again! This time, the competition I won was that of September-October 2020, and the topic was- Empathy in the Corporate Jungle. Winning the title for the second time means a lot to me, … Continue reading Empathy in the Corporate Jungle- An oxymoron to be normalized.
What are laurels to you? Getting into that ‘dream’ college, or that dream job, or getting that paper published, or being under the limelight forever? Laurels are something that you associate success with. For someone who targeted the top college of the country, settling for a state-level top college may not be a success or … Continue reading Laurels and pitfalls- a different perspective
Dazed and lost, unaware I be. Where am I heading to? Where do I belong? Tired, slowly I give up being me. Nothing to look forward to, Everything seems wrong. Amidst all false hopes, fake smiles- I have no true shoulder to lean on. I keep disappointing all, I keep facing pitfalls, Lacking interest in … Continue reading Tired
Author: Gaur Gopal Das Image Courtesy: me If you follow the speeches of various life coaches across social media, Gaur Gopal Das will be a known name to you. One of the most loved life coaches today, he is a residing monk at ISCKON Mumbai for over twenty years now, and has always been greatly … Continue reading Book review: Life’s Amazing Secrets
It has been a long time since I have seen something romantic, less depressing and something so direct. Set in Lucknow 1989-90s, this series will make you happy and sad at the same time as well as give you a feel of the 90s. Though the series is a romantic one, it doesn’t fall short […]Taj … Continue reading Taj Mahal- 1989 – A tale well spun — Perspectives Inc.