My aging age has brought a challenge They think my mind is now beyond their range Yet, I continue living hopefully For, they are mine, and I am theirs
The story of Malaika and her dreams that were being crushed due to non availability of Sanitary Napkins and how Aruna reached as a Game changer for her.
Phoolan was targeted for being a Hindu minority and set on fire on 13/6/19 in Bangladesh. Will you keep quiet or will you be her voice for justice?
A visit to the Holy City of Vrindavan opened up a new chapter to the book of life. Besides being a city of temples it is also a city of Widows. This poem is the poet's reflection of her visit at Maitri Ghar Widhwa Ashram.
An account of a visit to the widows of Vrindavan and Mumbai and how it materialized in the sevas.
A Woman's desire to conquer her way to freedom is evident in many ways. Aruna Varsani's recent excursion to Mt. Rwenzori is an inspiration for this poem.
The ongoing abductions and killing of minorities in the name of religion are a slap on the face of humanity. This poem takes us through the journey of many young victims.
Each mother and daughter bond is stretched further to the mother's mother and the daughter's daughter. A fact that explains the emotional connection and heredity.
The Hindu Sindhi Women celebration of the festival of Teejri in Nairobi. They fast, they pray, they have fun together.
Gratitude fills the heart as you realize how much a Teacher matters in your life.