Thursday 14 May 2015

(Originally published in the Times of India web - 'Rest in Pieces')
In one month of lockdown due to Cornoa virus outbreak, I have complained around every important activity ....... Read More.  

8 Ways to identify Covidiots around us
(Originally published in the Times of India web - 'Rest in Pieces')
I always believed that the world is full of idiots. Until Corona outbreak happened! ....... Read More.  

Neat, pristine, illuminated with countless dazzling lights all round the clock, long unwinding byroads rendered so clean that they give back a mirror reflection, a waft of pure air, no traffic rules yet ..........Read More

Neat, pristine, illuminated with countless dazzling lights all round the clock, long unwinding byroads rendered so clean that they give back a mirror reflection, a waft of pure air, no traffic rules yet ..........Read More

(Originally published in The Huffington Post)We live in the glorious times of the Buddha. No, I have not lost my mind. Neither do I have a time machine that can take me to the 6th century BC. I write today because everywhere I look I see representations of the Buddha—tokens and tokenism. ..........Read More

(Originally published in The Women's Web)
There were times when thinking of monsoon brought before us imagery of joy. Of dark clouds overshadowing the sky, intermittent break of thunder claps and benevolent downpour wetting not only the land but also soaking us deep within for relief from fierce summer. .........Read More

(Originally published in Women's Web)
Asha is not keeping up well. Any of these days could be her last. Dressed in a yellow tee and petticoat, she is hardly able to hold her lean and tender body all by herself and rests it against the love of her life, her man, who sits beside her all day long, all night long ....Read More

(Originally published in The Huffington Post)
To a woman who is a fashionista, my wardrobe might look a tad boring. ..........Read More

For the last one decade, like dedicated patriots of the country, this year again we chased the newspaper’s international section to follow the fancy dresses Aishwarya Rai, Sonam Kapoor or Mallika Sherawat flaunted at the mighty 69th Cannes’ red carpet. ..............Read More

(Originally published in Women's Web)
Don’t worry about your daughter’s schooling. Merit and talent never go in waste.” Those were the parting words from my kids’ previous school principal .............Read More

(Originally published in Women's Web)
In the middle of an important official meeting, my mobile gives three continuous beeps..............Read More   

Attending an Indian Hindu wedding is like being a part of cast of a fully fledged Bollywood blockbuster. The show begins with thumping sound of loud music and ends with baraatis burning the dance floor hot. .............Read More  

(Originally published in Women's Web)
"Twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are…” Brilliant nursery rhyme to begin with pre-school toddlers telling them that there are millions of tiny little stars up in the sky above that glitter ..............Read More  

(Originally published in The Huffington Post)
Cutting a 30s birthday cake gives a very mushy feeling. The size of cake gets smaller to hold a big bunch of candles; the guest list is strictly filtered to rope in a close few (shouldn't sound shocking if 'close few' conspires to just the husband and children); .............Read More 

(Originally published in The Huffington Post)
Come October and arrive nine days festival and six days holidays! Getting a break as long as one full week from routine humdrums of boring daily life! I would be crazy if that wasn’t a reason good enough for me to rejoice during my schooldays! ..Read More 

Cleanliness's first birthday season has arrived. One year ago when Mother India gave birth to its newest baby with a sacred mission - "Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan", dreams of a messiah mission refuelled our dying hopes to tidy up our literally grim background with delight. ......ReadMore

(Also published in The Women's Web) 
Women! The most talked about, debated, interpreted and empathized lot in the country. As if she was a newly arrived accessible-to-all product in the market! Almost everyone around seems to be having an opinion on her. Why just opinions? ......ReadMore

(Originally published on The Huffington Post)  
Like any other date, 18 April passed by. But not before it was celebrated with much fanfare ...... ReadMore  

(Originally published on The Huffington Post and re-published at Chaiwallahs Of India) There is something typical about early mornings in most Indian households. ......Read More

(Originally published on Huffington Post)
Aha! That time of the year is once again here when the machismo of Indian men gets so built up that it sexes ..... ReadMore

(Winning entry at
I was twenty one when I got married. Too young even by modern Indian standards but then, it appeared as the only cure at that time for a young girl ... Read More

(Wining story at Writingcash Contest and also picked up by Blogadda for its Spicy Saturday)
It was raining heavily. The pitter-patter ..... Read More

Until an year back, the above lines were no more than a passable quote for me. I thought it was the most overrated ‘lecture’ one could get to keep reminding ourselves that we were alive. I mean, of course, we were ‘alive’! So what is the big deal in it? ... Read More

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