Almost all Indian women are wary of the watchful eyes of their mother in law. So when a visit from the mother in law is due, it warrants going out of the way to ensure that the house is spick and span, furniture is dusted and the crockery has the extra shine. Even so as… Continue reading Under the watchful eyes of the ‘maid in law’ …..
My 6 year old daughter recently underwent a major heart surgery due to a heart condition which she had by birth. By the Grace of God, the surgery was successful and she is now out of the hospital and recuperating well. However the surgery was more complicated than expected and took almost 6 hours. After… Continue reading Those 7 days outside the ICU…
June is here and my daughter’s school will reopen shortly. My daughter will soon be in class 1 and I can’t help but reminisce about the last few years. 3 years back sometime during this period was her first day of preschool and I was filled with apprehension as well as elation. Today, as my… Continue reading From a pre school to primary..
When I was a child I once read a story where a little girl is lost in a village. When the villagers try to help her find her mother by asking what her mother looks like, she has only one thing to say “my mother is the most beautiful woman in the world !!” .… Continue reading 5 lessons learnt from my mother…..
And finally I’ve moved to wordpress from blogger. Here’s hoping I enjoy it as much as I enjoyed blogger!! Good luck to me 🙂
Few days back, I visited Lord Shani temple at Shani shingnapur. Shani shingnapur is a small village close to Nashik which has a huge temple of Lord Shani. Thousands of devotees flock to this temple in good faith and offer their prayers.After parking our car we alighted and were guided to a puja shop courtesy… Continue reading Blind faith
My blog published in womens web: 5-things-about-daily-soaps-that-completely-baffle-mereminders-for-life-ten-parenting-rules-you-cannot-miss My poem published in tell-a-tale.com: Am I a Bad Mother?