An Imperfect Mother

It has been almost a year of motherhood now, and it has been quite a journey - a fantastic journey filled with love, joy, and tears. I like to call it a journey of self- discovery, for this year has been an eye-opener for me. While this year has made me grow as a person,…

To the Abode of Clouds

It is unexplainable, the feeling you get when you are in the midst of the bounty of nature. The north-east region of India, which comprises of eight states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura, has always been on my bucket list of places to visit. It is in movies and…

Lakshmi – a debatable short film

‘Lakshmi’ is a Tamil short film that has garnered a lot of attention lately. At the time of writing this article, all the attention seems to have died down and I am quite surprised at myself as to how I missed this raging controversy. It was my husband who asked me to watch this short…

Cherish

It is that time of the year when we are finally hit by the fact that we are at the end of yet another year and go, 'Omg! Just one more week of 2017! Can you believe it? The year went by so fast!' And we slowly, look back at the year that went by…

Always

Harry Potter – the one book that has been an integral part of my childhood and I must accept, my adulthood as well. It is only fair that I dedicate a post in this blog to the phenomena that it was and it still is. I got introduced to the book series by my brother…

Then and now

The Bachelor of Arts is a novel by RK Narayan, one of the most celebrated Indian authors of all time. It chronicles the life of a young man who lives in the fictional town of Malgudi in South India in the 1930s. Being a person who is always fascinated by things new and old, just…

A thank you note.

I recently came across a post that showcased five articles related to grief. Five people, who had lost their loved ones, had written these articles to cope with their loss. There are many a time that I have thought of writing something on those lines. Times when I have reached an emotional peak and felt…

The Interview

He was sitting in a classroom that could hold close to 100 students and only 35 were currently inside. If you had a black and white vision and were watching the room from a distance, it would seem that there were 35 people who were clones of each other. They were all dressed the same…