“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 spree that was suddenly the most essential mode of time-pass … Continue reading Bachpan ke hith me jaari…!
KARWACHAUTH With a lot of mixed reactions and messages being expressed for the festival Karwachauth, I couldn’t help but agree to one thing that fasting subject to the fear of loosing one’s husband in the event of a slightest mistake is probably not relatable nor such highly insecure thought process is required. But, there is so much more to the celebration of this day which … Continue reading Fasting makes your marriage secure, does it?
FOMO- Fear Of Missing Out , the feeling of not belonging to the league, the fear of being left out incase one doesn’t fit in, merge with, gel in or follow the trend. This is one of the biggest drawbacks of the present day social media world of which we all are an active part. Our day starts with a hoard of ‘good mornings’ from … Continue reading Shalu, Rahul aur Social Media
My three year toddler Soham was trying to scold my elder eleven year old Mannan with a finger pointing out and a flair of fumbling half understandable combination of words seeing which, even though we couldn’t stop ourselves from laughing at first, we had to instantly when we saw that what we were considering as a harmless funny gesture was in fact offensive for Mannan. … Continue reading After all ‘ACTIONS’ do speak louder than words..!
Pink for me and blue for you, What’s the difference between the two? In dark or light, bright or pale, They are just colors, all the same…! So are the colors black and white, Who decides the beauty of its sight? It’s in your outlook, it’s in your view, It’s in the impression That you carry within you..! Not many of us would be comfortable … Continue reading Blended Shades Of Equality