Etthina Bhuja – My First Trek along the Western Ghats

Hello, Dear Readers, I'm back with a long due travel post for this week! It was not until I found myself savouring tangy spiced corn, roasted on an open flame under an almost full moon, at a roadside tea shop more than a 100 km from home, did I realise that my unlock 1.0 had … Continue reading Etthina Bhuja – My First Trek along the Western Ghats

Mangaluru Dasara 2020

Dear readers, Greeting of the festive season! Last night I sat up until the wee hours of the morning, watching the conclusion of Mangaluru Dasara where the whole city came together to bid farewell to the Goddess. Every year, the Goddess, primarily Sharadha Devi, stays in the city with her devotees during the nine nights … Continue reading Mangaluru Dasara 2020

Life Lesson from a Museum Curator

Hi there, Hope you and your family are doing well. It has been a while since I last posted in the 'Superwoman' category of this blog. You can read the previous posts here. I truly believe that every woman is a superwoman, only that many are yet to discover this truth about themselves. Today's post … Continue reading Life Lesson from a Museum Curator

New Release: Those Girls – A Tale of Perspectives

Hello, Amazing reader, Hope you are doing well. If you are an Indian, wish you a very Happy Independence Day. Today's post is about my new book - a short story that went live this morning on Amazon. It is a short read and can be finished in less than 30 mins. If you are … Continue reading New Release: Those Girls – A Tale of Perspectives

Resistance – The Evil Within

Hi there, Hope you are doing well. It has been over six months ever since I started working on my second book. Three months since I actually started putting words into the outline. I thought it would be easy because I have already been through this before. Shikhandini, my first book was not just a … Continue reading Resistance – The Evil Within

Biryani Day!

Hello, you wonderful people out there, Hope you are all holding up well today on Lockdown Day 29, is it? I truly have lost count of it. Sending out positive vibes and love to you and your family. So, yesterday was Biryani-day at home. I was never really a Biryani person (Don't judge me yet), … Continue reading Biryani Day!

An Unexpected Visitor

To me, life is all about the little things. I treasure every small lesson, memory or accomplishment. Right from my childhood, I have been thought to dream big but also appreciate the small things. Gratefulness is the key to a peaceful and content life. It is already day 11 of Lockdown in India and the … Continue reading An Unexpected Visitor

A Small Dose of Positivity

It’s day 8 of lockdown in India. For many, it might feel like an eternity has passed by instead of just a week. We appear to have successfully climbed the first step of Nirvana – A phase where we feel no difference between happy Sundays and blue Mondays. It’s all the same to us now. Humans … Continue reading A Small Dose of Positivity

5 ways to spend the Lockdown time more effectively

We have 21 days starting today, hopefully after which we will all get our normal life back. While the world is on a standstill and we are confined within the walls of our home, contributing to the country’s fight against COVID -19, here are five things you can do to spend this time more effectively. … Continue reading 5 ways to spend the Lockdown time more effectively

Goa – Beyond fish, booze and beaches

When I tell my friends that I visit Goa every alternate year or so, they look at me in what I think is a mix of disbelief and awe. Awe – for the obvious reason and disbelief mainly because when it comes to having ‘Goa-type fun’, I am a 2 point someone on a scale … Continue reading Goa – Beyond fish, booze and beaches