One-pot meals – that used to be my go-to cooking mantra all through my spinsterhood days. It was easy, convenient, and time-saving. Plus, the only person who had to be content with that food was me. Things changed, though, after marriage and parenthood.
For those in the autumn of their lives, the COVID-19 has been more of a restrictive force than it is for others. Which is why, several individuals and organisations have now stepped up their efforts in terms of providing supplies, medical care and emotional support to the elderly during the pandemic.
Published poetry on Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words. Visual Verse is a collaboration, where an image is provided and writers are invited to submit poetry, fiction or non-fiction, in response to it. This poem 'Not Ours' is my submission to the image by John Samuel Pughe.
An essay on the need for pocket equity in clothes for women. It also highlights the historical perspective on it.
We made a mistake. We thought 4 days would be enough for exploring Bhutan. We couldn't have been more wrong. Bhutan is more than just a Buddhist kingdom. With about 80% of this landlocked nation being under forest cover, there is just so much to see, love and dive into here.
And so this guide is for those who have less days in hand and more to see.
It had been a year since I had stepped out of domestic premises for a real holiday. New motherhood does that, and I was its recent victim. Long days and longer nights made sure that my frustration seeped out of my skin and passed on to my husband, like osmosis. He realized he had to plan something nice and quick. And so, he announced one day, “Pack your bags for a 3-day holiday. We’ll go by road.”
Excited is an understatement for what I felt. It was the first trip that we were planning as a f...