Letter to a feminist from the 50’s #WTFOW #WriteBravely

Dear Dadi, It feels a bit odd to be writing a letter to you when I know you are fast asleep in the bedroom right  next to me. But there are so many things that I have always wanted to say and at times they may not come out verbally as beautifully as they do… Continue reading Letter to a feminist from the 50’s #WTFOW #WriteBravely

My biggest treasure that I cherish-#WTFOW

Its been a long and tiring day at work. The first week of the month for anyone working in finance is always a nightmare. Funnily we call it month end though its the start of a new month. That’s because we finalise the pnl and balance sheet of the firm for the prior month. Now… Continue reading My biggest treasure that I cherish-#WTFOW

The incredible life of a working mom!

A blogger friend sent me this quote and it resonated so well that I had to preserve it among my favorite ones As a working mom, I could relate to this so well, its stingingly true. With women out to take the workforce by storm and eager to shatter the glass ceiling and demand equality… Continue reading The incredible life of a working mom!

INDIGO Mom-#BarAThon

Shree was fondly called Indigo Mom by her doting son Adi, for she was the sole person who struck a perfect balance between the temperamental, authoritative father Ravikant and her son Adi. Just like the colour indigo which symbolizes a blend of blue and violet, the traditional and strict nature of her husband on one… Continue reading INDIGO Mom-#BarAThon

YELLOW Tulips- #BarAThon

Maya held the bunch of yellow tulips and took in the fragrance. This was the only constant thing in her insane life which shifted gears every other day. 5 years of marital bliss, being as much in love with her man, at the pinnacle of her career, what else did she need? A barren womb… Continue reading YELLOW Tulips- #BarAThon

Gender Neutral- Flash Fiction

As much as people talk about a gender agnostic world, little changes. Women earn the bread but continue to bake it single handed- Payal sighed. Vidhi looked at her, a crease of worry appearing on her brow. As she heard a giggle nearby, she turned and saw her kids Rohan and Rhea playing “house house” as Rohan… Continue reading Gender Neutral- Flash Fiction