“Jeevan ka gyaan” through a toddler’s life😅😅- As children grow they learn, they observe and evolve and all this happens at a much faster pace than what one actually thinks at! My three year old toddler Soham sleeps with us and so he had also been a co-companion to us in our TV binge watching … Continue reading Bachpan ke hith me jaari…!
A regular bunch of students who attended the school, sometimes serious but at times they fooled, learnt their lessons, did their pranks, some excelled, some just passed, some were average, some failed in exams. We all are very common, absolutely normal, just like any other person next door, no less no more! but we were … Continue reading HFHS class group – Holy Family High School, our batch of 1998.
Timidly behind the curtain I stood, tensed and unconfident my demeanor looked, holding a tray I had to walk out, head down, gentle smile though in reality I could shout ! The entire family had to approve of me mummy said, “Behave appropriately don’t giggle or stare!” I wondered how artificial this all looked, for … Continue reading The ‘perfect’ arranged marriage!
She was glowing differently, a ‘change’ that all could see, maybe she was having an ‘affair’, cheating on her husband in despair, people were making their assumptions, all negative and weird presumptions, after all, “how happy she could be?” “What had changed so instantly?” Least did her critics know, their thoughts were influenced by TV … Continue reading What’s behind her glow?
‘Sorry!’- it’s the first word which probably confronts us with our very own, undiscovered ‘ego’ at a very young age. Ever seen a toddler/a child feeling offended and being adamant on being asked to apologize and say a sorry? I wonder sometimes, how does a human being who is of such a small age, with … Continue reading The five letter magic word
Packing all the stuff for Tanya to take with her to the US, Darshana was arranging a few things in the bed storage when she happened to find her long lost love. Her pencil skirt. It had been years now since she wore one but her love for it never really allowed her to give … Continue reading Of pencil skirt, high heels and dreams to relive
“I don’t think it will be easy for you beta(my child), think twice before stepping into this”, Supriya’s mother’s words were echoing in her mind over and over again. Especially after her daughter Ruhi was born things had changed a lot for her in the Malhotra house. What affected her the most was the indifference … Continue reading Love, Life, Marriage
Cutting their 25th marriage anniversary cake together Pradeep and Smita’s eyes gleamed with happiness. It had been such a long journey together. All eyes were on Smita as she took the mic to address the guests. Her lovely one piece dress complimented her shape. She did look stunning and breathtakingly fit for a mother of … Continue reading My husband DOES NOT complete me
It was Mahesh and Priya’s anniversary today and over the lunch all his colleagues were pouring in ideas about the gift Mahesh could give her to make it a special one today. “A fine piece of jewelry will be nice”,said Subhash to which Mahesh jokingly retorted that he would have to sell his kidney to … Continue reading A Gift That Paved The Way To A Woman’s Heart
The relationship between parents and children is forever evolving. Through each stage the roles, responsibilities and expectations differ. The same parents who are perfect superheroes in the toddler phase of a child go through a critical evaluation through the eyes of the children as they grown up and there comes a phase when the children … Continue reading The strict and difficult parents….!
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