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L is for Laccha Paratha #BlogchatterA2Z

“I’m going for it. I have no interest in being obese, I’m just through with the guilt.” said Julia Roberts in the wonderful movie Eat Pray Love based on Elizabeth Gilbert’s book by the same name. This new form of diet rebellion pleased the foodie in me no end. I marked by allegiance to it… Read More L is for Laccha Paratha #BlogchatterA2Z

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The magic of J.K.Rowling and Harry Potter

“Everyone starts hating him. His life is in danger. Poor thing has to struggle so much!” A Jr said to me with conviction while reading the second Harry Potter book, The Chamber of Secrets. With our frequent discussions revolving around them, J.K.Rowling and her young wizard have become our family member, almost, after I introduced… Read More The magic of J.K.Rowling and Harry Potter

Collaborations, Fashion, Lifestyle, Online shopping, Trends, Women

Why your bra is more than just a garment!

Women love sporting the trendiest clothes and jewellery and being the object of everyone’s attention. However, while selecting a bra most prefer to go the conservative way at best. Not anymore! Gone are the days when white and black were the only choices available. Shopping for a bra online has introduced us to a plethora… Read More Why your bra is more than just a garment!

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Questions

Carrying forward from Akhila’s post today. Why do stories of women characters in our mythology don’t usually have a happy ending? Why are their feelings regarded as shady and never consented? Sita, Draupadi, Amba, Shurpnakha, Meera or even Radha for that matter had to endure hatred, humiliation, sadness, guilt, blame and/or a mysterious demise (all or parts… Read More Questions