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  • Festive Dessert: Poached Pears

    The festive season brings with itself so much sweetness in our lives. Like literally. A meal is incomplete without a dessert in most Indian households, especially when the festive season is in full swing! We have invited food bloggers to share their favorite dessert recipes with us this month and here’s the second one in […]

  • Festive Dessert: Sabudana Kheer

    This festive season, we have invited food bloggers to share their favorite dessert recipes with us, and here’s the first one in the series. Sabudana kheer is a popular Indian pudding made with tapioca pearls or sabudana. This kheer is extremely popular during the fasting season of Navratri in India.  Time : 40 minutes + […]

  • Marriage is not a punishment!

    (Image by Alexas_Fotos from Pixabay) I have always seen some people argue that marriage is the end of life for almost everyone. They give lame reasons on how fun stops the moment you enter matrimony. And how it’s all about compromise and adjustment for the rest of your life while you stay unhappy. To people […]

  • Love marriage

    Love marriage?? No, no… it’s arranged ?

    I’ve found it a bit strange how many people react with a slightly embarrassed smile when I tell them mine is a “love” marriage. Ideally, all marriages should be a result of love, which makes the term “love marriage” odd in itself. However, in our society, parents often take this decision on behalf of their […]

  • Live-in, Love and the Leap of faith

    If I have learnt something about human relationships, it is that they are complex and purely subjective. ‘To each his own’ applies to all human interactions on this planet. Our interactions with other humans can rarely be simple (at least this is what my personal experience tells me).but amidst all the complexities that one deals […]

  • It’s all ’bout money, honey!

    Last Thursday, we talked about women and financial independence. This week let’s talk about how all women, earning or non-earning, can gain awareness of the family finances and empower themselves. Though a woman may not be contributing towards the family income, she should still be aware of, and involved in the family finances. The first step towards […]

  • Staying single, like a boss!

    What does it take for a woman to stay single and stick to it? Does social pressure get the better of her every time? Let’s find out. It can be quite challenging to stick to the ‘single woman’ status in the patriarchal world that we live in. Oh yes, I mean to be a female […]

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