WordPress Story- 2 Bala called herself 'BPO Babe'. The reason: she worked with the Amazon call center in Pune. There were three of them in the flat: Bala, her brother Venkatesh and his wife Ramya. Their parents were no longer alive. Venkatesh was a software professional while Ramya was a homemaker. She didn't like Bala… Continue reading A Purse Full of Love
WordPress Story- 1 As I gaze at the sparkling, iridescent, luminous sapphire set in a ring, adorning my fair ring finger, which reminds of the Indian Ocean, with its cool and calm blue waters, I feel I'm going swirling down, into its depths, those depths which hold priceless treasures of mineral and material wealth, lying… Continue reading How Blue is my Sapphire
Radhika weds Brijesh. Mehta family weds Gulati family.A grand destination wedding in Goa Marriot. One Indian Girl authored by Chetan Bhagat illustrates a typical Punjabi wedding with a mom's gender stereotypes, a bit of family drama, ex lovers, a woman's corporate career and feminism thrown in. Radhika is an introvert who has always been good… Continue reading One Indian Girl- review and my thoughts
In those days in India, parents would not educate their girls or even if they did, girls were only allowed to receive basic education which would help them get by in life. And when they would become of marriageable age, they would be wedded to a suitable groom with a job and preferably, who had… Continue reading Quote your price, Miss!
I know many women called aunties in India who are my friends' mothers, neighbours and ex-neighbours. I was wondering the other day, how peculiar some qualities are to these aunties. So, I kinda segregated them into groups, take a look- •Thinking ill of others aunty This is that aunty whom we all despise. The gossip-monger… Continue reading Au(in)ty Acid