Not in my wildest dream did I think that airport look would mean donning PPE kits, faces shield, gloves, and masks. Where PCR negative results mattered more than your passport and visas. The year is 2020, and thanks to coronavirus – traveling has never been this easy! The pandemic (Covid19) caught us
After a hiatus (read procrastination) I am back to what I love the most. Certainly, I was swelled with a plethora of my mind’s musings. Whilst contemplating on what to write, my sister called after a workshop in St. Teresa’s college, and it led to the opening of our life’s best nostalgia.
Dear Neel Happy birthday sunshine! You are turning two today and I really can’t keep calm! As I express best through words, I hope this letter will make your day whenever you read it. I still remember the day I saw you, in your birthday suit, crying your lungs out and letting
A late-night conversation with a friend of mine who has been quite a multi-tasker made me ponder over my current state of inertia. His comments on being ‘shy yet a potential world-changer’ roused the venom of an ego in me. A sane person would ideally thank their good-fortune of having such friends
PPD or postpartum depression is quite a real thing like pregnancy. It impregnates your mind with vulnerabilities of sorts and exhausts your body to an extent that you lose a grip on yourself. The first thing we need to do is acknowledge that PPD is real. It is not a myth nor
She comes in hues of every kind, That intrigues the human mind. Caressing and pure like a soothing shore, She grows stronger like a tidal wave. Young or old, men or women, Gay or Lesbian, humans or animals She traverses without boundaries Striking anything that comes her way. Blind and fickle
It’s been almost three years in Saudi and I get asked on my survival here. In my previous post (Three Reasons Why I love Saudi) I have, at length, elucidated the perks of this Gulf Nation. Guess that wasn’t enough. This is an honest take on my life here in Saudi –
Chapter 5 Scavenger’s Sonis thus a searing portrayal of a scavenger’s life. It is a saga that talks about the story of three generation scavengers in the Municipal Town of Alleppey. The book throws light on the demeaning practice of untouchability that is practiced in the twentieth century Kerala. Untouchablity is a