In an ugly middle position

Living in two worlds, She is bathed in beauty and beaten to death. Lives elegantly but begs. Admired by many, loathed by her man. Gives a beautiful smile with a painful cry. Walks in heels with scars underneath. Covered in jewels and dresses, Hidden was a body full of bruises and scratches. Strong and independent,... Continue Reading →

5 Things About Indian Parenting

Parenting is an art that comes naturally to Indians. Clichés, stereotypes and a habit of intervention is found in every Indian parent irrespective of caste, creed, religion and region, and that’s why our parents are what constitutes of a ‘typical’ Indian parents. These characteristics become a source of annoyance, obstructions and compromises for the children at... Continue Reading →

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