Wisdom can deny its existence for me for some more time and I am good with that.
Every time I visit India, I am reminded of the feelings, smells, and sounds which make up my perception of my parents’ childhood home: waking up to the sound of the street vendors shouting to sell vegetables and rushing out of bed to have piping hot chai with my grandparents; hearing the loud and bustling … Continue reading Third Culture
A journey through singing
Music has always been a way for people to create meaningful connections. However, when you learn to sing or perform as opposed to simply listening, it has another depth to it which cannot be experienced otherwise. According to my parents, I have been singing for almost my whole life. They say that when I was … Continue reading A journey through singing
Safeena, the agenda of the stereotype, and how to swallow life’s nuances
I want to enter this conversation about Safeena, from a couple of windows, so to say. Alia Bhatt's character in Gully Boy and the scene where she pleads with her mother to be "allowed" to go out and socialize with friends is a dialogue screaming to be told by women in some parts of India … Continue reading Safeena, the agenda of the stereotype, and how to swallow life’s nuances
What motivates me to fight for clean air in India
What motivates me to fight for clean air in India. Dr. Gita Sinha writes about air pollution in New Delhi