The Male Gender is NOT to be blamed…

Blog, Relationship
The Male Gender is NOT to be blamed… ‘My arranged married life started sever years back with my partner. Being a little reserved person from my childhood, arranged marriage felt like throwing me into a dark well with no water. As you know, I have always had a very limited interactions with my female counterparts. Mostly professional conversations only. Even though I have an elder sister I never knew about a women’s life or the kind of expectations she would set in a relationship. My life was submerged in books and office life till she happened in my life. Contrary to this, she is an extremely extrovert person with friendly personality. We both have diagonally opposite outlook towards life. For example, she loves going out with friends during weekends. I…
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‘Gala’ – In Real Sense

Blog, Relationship, Social
‘Gala’ – The Word That Fits All Birthdays, anniversaries or festivals, who wouldn’t want to celebrate them in an insanely gala fashion. Who doesn’t love to feel special on their special days? Irrespective of the age, all of us seek and love the attention and treatment. In short, an extravagant special time with lots of colorful memories with our loved ones is what we wish for. Thanks to Facebook, lately I bumped into one of my school friend’s daughter’s birthday party pictures. The impressive candid shots unveiled the tiniest of the details of the event. From personalized birthday cards to birthday cake, lighting, food, venue, dance, music, etc., each had its own color. The jaw dropping uniform outfits of the family members were pitch perfect for the day. The return…
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Are You Jealous? If yes, then you are on the right path…

Blog, Media, Relationship
Are You Jealous? If yes, then you are on the right path… The roller coaster ride of pursuing a new job has been a bumpy road accompanied by countless emotions. The journey of finding one’s own path is never easy. Hilariously rejections have become an integral part of my life. Fortunately or unfortunately, once in two years, this scenario gobbles me up. ‘Jealousy’ is one of the umpteen emotions that rule this path. Thanks to the constant updates on the social media platforms for adding fuel to the fire. After lots of thought and introspection, I decided to share about this trauma to one of my friends. The obvious reaction was not so surprising. But the fact that one should never possess the feeling of ‘Jealousy’ was always under the…
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Glory to My Gurus

Blog, Education, Relationship
Muddled in the thoughts of life, career, family, relationships, etc., abruptly, it strikes me that, it’s been a while, that I went for a nice long walk alone. Plugging the headphones, I push myself out of the house to get some fresh air and rejuvenate myself with some positivity. As I keep walking, I see a small boy (Looked like he must be studying 6th or 7th standard), getting down from his school bus. As soon as he sees his mother, he starts crying. (He was actually smiling till he saw his mother). The mother and the son had the following conversation: Mother: What happened? Why are you crying? Did anyone say anything to you? Son: My Math Miss scolded me in front of the whole class. Mother: Oh. It’s…
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Mirror into the “World of Life”

Blog, Media, Relationship
“Family” is the most important foundation. A family consists of mother, father, sisters, brothers and grandparents.. As time changes, the role of an individual in the family also changes. Parents become grandparents and children become parents, hence continuing the circle of life. Over the centuries, grandparent – grandchild relationship has undergone lots of vicissitudes, influencing the meaning of relationships. During the 18th and early 19th centuries, the joint family model prevailed. A family lived along with the extended families under one roof, sharing and caring for each other, thereby strengthening the relationship. With industrialization in the 19th century, the fashion of nuclear family started prevailing, redefining this relationship. Talking to few grandparents who had seen 3 – 4 generations and grandchildren, resulted in the critical analysis of various changes that…
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