Me and my undone hair

By Dr. Indu Bansal

Dr. Indu Bansal Guest Blogger    Me and my undone hair With a crazy tendril swaying here With a lazy strand just lying there And the rest dancing at their own rhythm anywhere, everywhere… They are just a glimpse of my essence, dear When I am embracing just being a lazy river. When my thoughts are…

Learning to Navigate Emotional Hurdles: An Essential Life Skill.

By Soumya Bharathi

Soumya Bharthi Guest Blogger “Go within, every day and find the inner strength so that the world will not blow your candle out.” ―Katherine Dunham At some point in time, this light had vanished for me. I was a new mother battling post-partum depression, a wife and a daughter-in-law trying desperately to fit into those…

A Journey to Our Well Being

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger The wellbeing of beings is a mighty task, For keeping beings well is not easy. The delicate mind needs stories, but pauses, too. Too many stories can make you neurotic. Pauses, too many, can make you ignorant. The world has lost the balance and so, indeed, the wellness of beings. Souls loiter…

Women Writers Who Are Breaking The Glass Ceiling.

By Arti P

Arti P Guest Blogger Women authors have written some brilliant pieces of literature but have started receiving recognition only from the last four or five decades. Why wait for a particular day or month to celebrate the power of women? Every moment calls for celebration. Writers influence young and old minds alike. This piece is…

5 Ways to Handle Relationships Better

By Radhika Srinath

Radhika Srinath Guest Blogger Every happy individual comes from a family that practices development of healthy relationships among its members. The people who strive to grow and maintain strong connections form an integral part in laying the foundation of a great nation. Just like investment is a significant step in the success of a business, it…

Souvenirs from Life’s Precious Pages

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest Blogger “Beautiful, isn’t it?” I looked back, quite a handsome face stood tall behind me with a thin smile crossing his lips. I moved slightly away to catch a better glimpse of the bearded man. There he stood with a urine bag in his hand, in his hospital robes. “Sorry, I did not…