Guest Posts
I Bleed Red
Swarnali Nath

I Bleed Red

I bleed red. Every month, I bleed red. When the days are around, When the cycle starts its count, I bleed red. It gives me a chance, To grow, to bloom, To nurture, to transform, To give birth, to reborn. Yes, I bleed red. It gives me the pain, It gives me the reason, To

Education Planning for Your Child
Upasana MondaL

Education Planning for Your Child

Most people think buying a plan that has the name ‘child’ in it will sort all their worries and take care of everything. ULIPs, endowment plans, money back plans and all such products are sold with the aim of luring a worried parent into buying it. Unfortunately, these are not the solution to your problem.

mother and son

Motherhood – A Blissful Journey

It all started the day I saw him for the first time. Tiny legs, clenched fists, thin lips; that very moment is imprinted in my mind and soul forever. Then started the vicious circle of feeding, changing, and cradling which seemed to be an endless affair for me but as they say “Time flies”, from

new born

10 Best Baby Things to Buy Before Birth

Congratulations to the mom-to-be! It can be very exciting and partly scary to learn that you’re going to have a baby. Any parent will tell you that their life changed when they had their baby. There’s a lot to back up that statement, since everything from how you work to how to eat and sleep

Priya Rath

#MeToo: Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?

Nowadays the whole world is going through a digital revolution. Hashtags are prevalent from minor to an octogenarian. Being a developing country, India too is partaking in this digital revolution and hashtagging. A popular hashtag that has recently created a havoc is #MeToo. #MeToo movement is a movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault. The

asifa kathua
Sagrika Tandon

All That I Can Say is Thank You!!

Thank you for making me realise that I am unsafe at all places; even a temple. Thank you for making me realise that I should not go out alone anytime.   Thank you for making me realise that I should be afraid.

Ekta Saxena

So Parenting is a Rocket Science!!

Best friend calls and we discuss the ‘writings’. I am indebted as an honest feedback is what I was craving and I receive just that. She suggests ‘Parenting’ to be the next topic and I say a confident ‘Yes’ but in my mind I am dilly dallying. Parenting is vast. Who can claim to have

My Birth Story
Noor Anand Chawla

My Birth Story- Noor Anand Chawla

After a pregnancy mired with sickness, nausea and discomfort, I was looking forward to my baby’s arrival. The week leading up to the due date of February 20, 2016, was very eventful due to a friend’s wedding! On February 19, after attending the mehendi lunch, I fell into bed at 7 p.m., willing myself to


We Have Failed As A Nation

The Kathua rape case has sparked national outrage among the people of India. It refers to the abduction, rape and murder of an 8-year-old girl near the municipal council of Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. Every incident of rape is horrific and unforgivable, but the sheer brutality of this particular case, and the fact that


The Taboo called ‘Periods’

I remember the day when one of my classmates in school got her first periods. Oh wait! Is saying ‘periods’ a taboo? Well then! I choose to break the unreasonable taboo here and say it aloud! So back in the day when most of the girls in my class did not know or experience what