Good reads for the Valentine’s month. #30ColoursOfLove
Romance has been one of my favourite genres for a long time now. Whenever I feel low, there’s nothing like a warm romance novel and a hot cup of coffee. We are already in Feb, and even though all had pinned high hopes on 2021, covid surges in many countries including mine has again put… Continue reading
Sometimes I have these conversations in my head.Of you and me!And the universe conspiring.Of love and hatred,Of right and wrong,Of black and white,Of truth and lies,Of the reasons we were,And of the reasons we weren’t.Of the love we had in our souls,And of the lust which broke us apart.Sometimes I have these images in my… Continue reading
A love story long ago
It was the year she turned 14 and Simran had her first taste of love. The innocence of it still leaves her smiling. He was going to complete his high school and she was a year junior to him. The Cupid stuck them at a wrong time, or may be that was the best time.… Continue reading
I wish I had been less Adjusting
Dear Neha, “Hey there! How are you feeling now?” I am confused with what I have done. I could not myself let die a slow death. I had been miserable for months. I was not able to forget the past few years, and each day thinking about it, I died a little. I would cry in bathroom,… Continue reading
When God made the woman, he forgot to give them the delete button. They will remember each and every date, every conversation they had with their husband/In-laws, each and every occasion where she did not get her due, all the events when the husband made a mistake. This list is endless especially when the party… Continue reading
Infedilty and Indian culture
Richa is a successful doctor in a big corporate hospital in New Delhi, India. She was married to Prateek, who was also a very successful doctor in another big corporate hospital of New Delhi, India. They had a love cum arranged marriage and lived in a joint family. Sakshi was their only child and they both… Continue reading
Investing in your married life.
A few years back, I always used to be that nagging wife, as my husband was always overworked. I would barely see him home as he was always so busy climbing up the ladders of success and hardly had anytime for me. I can’t comment on how it happens in an arranged marriage, but since… Continue reading
I am a histopathologist based in UK. I find solace in my work, nature and books. My musings are my own personal beliefs.