Cleaning Up My Closet

Monday Morning just before a festival like Diwali can be really challenging when it comes to waking up on time. And then comes even bigger challenge… WHAT TO WEAR. Something that can be qualified as festive and yet formal for a Monday morning. Opening my cupboard, I had to scream, “Oh No!” It was a […]

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A Whiff of Memories

Last week I was in Delhi. And the conspicuous smell of approaching winters was in the air. The dewy fragrance of garden curled its way to my senses. Numerous wafts of flavors bring out arbitrary reminiscences. The mellow heat of march announces the start of summers. The most vivid ones are of the school days. […]

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The Men In My life- Part 2

RHETT BUTLER Any girl worth her salt who has read Gone with the Wind must have fallen in love with Rhett Butler. Ironically, when I read Gone with the Wind for the first time, I completely ignored Rhett. I was too mesmerized by Scarlett O Hara. It was only the second time I read this […]

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Sex is in the High Heels

Sometime early this year, there was big news flash about how high heels can improve your sex life.A study suggests Wearing high heels may improve your pelvic floor muscles and in doing so boost your sex life (!!!)I’m not sure how much of this might be true but definitely High Heels ‘while’ making out can […]

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On being Happily Unmarried

I was in Delhi last week and as usual I think that Delhi is ‘THE’ best place to shop. My friend was running a stall in the night flea bazaar at Select Citywalk Saket. After meandering along the eclectic stalls in the up market Flea bazaar, I thought let me step into the mall and […]

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The Men In My Life- Part I

HOWARD ROARK “Howard Roark, Rand’s main protagonist, is “tall and gaunt”- “His hair was neither blond nor red, but the exact color of ripe orange rind.” An aspiring architect with a unique and uncompromising creative vision, he contrasts sharply with the staid and uninspired conventions of the architectural establishment. He ignores the driving preoccupations of […]

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The Men In My Life – An Introduction

Life is like a piece of fiction. You sit at the corner table of Costa Coffee and sip the bitter black coffee and almost clench your eyes at the ‘ asked for’ taste. You gently tap your fingers to the song playing in the distance and the back of your neck feels the heat of […]

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On Women, Chicklits and Other Eternal Questions

I spent the weekend just lazing around and reading on my bean bag. And when I say reading, I mean 3-4 hours of just getting stuck to one place. With water (or diet coke) in the radius of 1 feet. Sometimes I even postpone my comfort break because I ‘Just won’t want to get up’.The […]

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Walking On the Roads of a Different City

Recently Moved out of Bombay… to guess where? Kolkatta!!! of all places…After a long fight of not giving up Bombay…( and fight it was!) I finally moved here.And day after day, I try not to crib and dislike the place. But it takes my every ounce of energy to do so. Compared to all the […]

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The High Heel Monolouge

Contd. … So I deleted all my earlier blogs( ok … not deleted all, hidden a few..! ) and started this new one.Did a lot of spring cleaning lately…. Change of place and a bit of change of face as well I wanted to write… about walking in High heels.. and working in High heels… […]

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