Essays

The Changing Face of My Wardrobe

The Changing Face of My Wardrobe

From frocks stitched by my mother to owning beautiful Chettinad Cotton sarees, I trace the journey of my tryst with fabric and that of my ever-growing wardrobe.

I Can and I Must

I Can and I Must

From restarting my classical music learning to consciously working on loving myself, here’s what I believe, my doable five-point resolution-checklist for 2017.

The Joy of Telling Tales

The Joy of Telling Tales

About my storywriting journey and my second book, “Ways Around Grief & Other Stories” published by Authorspress.

Cleaning Up, Making Space and Letting Go

Cleaning Up, Making Space and Letting Go

On cleaning up!

What’s Life Without You, Little Joys?

What’s Life Without You, Little Joys?

It’s the little joys that make life worth living, and here are some of them from my own life.

She and She

She and She

When a woman becomes a mother, the expectations from her go many notches up. And most of the times, there are two ‘shes’ battling within her. Here’s reflecting on the endless dilemma that a mother faces – her children versus her own dreams, accompanied by a guilt that never ceases to be.

Musing Over a Song and Love

Musing Over a Song and Love

I believe that music and love are inextricably linked. I pick one of my favourite romantic songs in Tamil whose lyrics I love and begin analysing the lines on the go while the song plays in the background. Here’s the result of my experiment.

An Affair With a Study Table

An Affair With a Study Table

My long-cherished dream of owning the perfect study table is now a reality. I can’t stop raving about just how brilliant it is and how I am loving the experience!