Career

Life Of All Women's Colleges

So that's my beautiful college, Miranda house. Nurturing a curious longing within me regarding what is college life and making me independent and empowered is what my college did. From a fistful of memories, I would like to be the voice of every woman, with the tale of a girl's life in a non-coed college. It is heartening for me to say that an all girl's college can do wonders for you and is an altogether a different experience.

Life Of All Women's Colleges

I Wanna Be Heard - With The Help Of My Sentences

Competitions were passing and I never got a chance to win them. I was getting so upset and I started to think "If i can't win even a single competition, is there any talent in me?" After questioning my talent, I took a break from writing and decided to never attend a competition. It was the stupidest thing to do.

I Wanna Be Heard - With The Help Of My Sentences

I Am Not Sorry

Even before I could tell them what I really wanted to become in my life, I was already sitting in the classroom flipping the pages of a book which I don't even remember now. The girl who was topping her higher secondary had to miserably fail in the first week unit tests. The little hope I had within me was slowly vanishing as I attended test after test after test. And all I could do was to helplessly endure.

I Am Not Sorry

Towards A Better World

Whether a person has to be excellent academically, or should be an amalgamation of skills, practicality, intelligence, or should be interplay of EQ and IQ, the definition of skills prerequisite to success is still undefined. The ultimate aim of life is not to get higher percentages and to get into the college of your choice. The aim has to be bigger, and beyond the contours of the norms laid down by our society.

Towards A Better World

Speak Up!

“Speak up”, she kept screaming but I couldn't. “Speak up”, she screamed again, yet no words came out of my mouth. I was mute - how could I tell her I didn't want to go to college to study medicine, that I wanted to become a youth counsellor? She would kill me. She worked tirelessly day and night for me. How could I break her heart by not doing the one thing she really required of me?

Speak Up!

A woman in a man's world

I have worked behind the scenes in the media industry for around 8 years and most of the people who do such kinds of work are mainly men. Once you start flourishing, you are automatically considered as "sleeping with the boss". I have heard that so many times, but the truth still remains "hard work pays."

A woman in a man's world