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- Who: Surabhi Chatterjee
Spicy: Surabhi writes a great post about how we never show how we actually are, we never express what we truly feel because there’s a society that we need to conform to. You have to live your life on your own terms and do what you really want to do instead of just catering to and fulfilling the expectations everybody keep from you.
- Who: Roshni
What: Fate of girls in rural India
Spicy: Roshni writes a post that revolves around a very important issue about how women in rural India are treated derogatorily till date. If someone tried to educate the girl child, the entire village retorted and forced the family to get the daughter married instead.
- Who: Swati Chauhan
What: Busy, living in present, planning for future: What’s your status?
Spicy: Swati writes a post that indeed leaves you thinking! We are so used to keeping ourselves busy with work and surrounded by devices that there’s a certain level of discomfort that sets in when we are alone. It is important to breathe, to take a break and enjoy life in the true sense of accepting what it has to offer!
- Who: Shailaja V
What: Touching lives
Spicy: Shailaja writes a wonderful story that needs to be told! In life, inspiration can come to you in any form and from anyone. This story revolves around how a person who is working hard to make ends meet, adopts another girl child only because the latter is in pain. This one’s a must read!
- Who: Radha Rao
What: कुछ बातें
Spicy: Here’s an amazing poem in Hindi written by Radha. The poem talks about how a mother even while facing life’s hardships, promises to stand tall and confident for her child in life. A line that just has to be mentioned, ‘ज़िन्दगी उनकी खानदान से बनती है,और हमारी खान-धान से!’
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