She is just one example but there are many many more such women like her who face this suffocated life style in the Asian society and we label it as the year to #EmbraceEquity and #DigitALL progression. Read on for this chapter of Meera's story for more about her feelings.
Christmas is very real when joys multiply ..... Good deeds doth a true worship signify
An Ode to Ashish!
Published in The Asian Weekly, Edition 614 ( June 10th to 16th, 2022) A dream fulfilled With a life half lived! He has taken his final bow Pulling down the curtains low Reaching out to households Bringing messages to society His soft words uttered less He bid goodbye and just left! Creating the Asian Media … Continue reading An Ode to Ashish!
Human Santa Claus
The Human face of Santa Claus evermore benevolent than the Dummy or fictitious Santa that is being adored by many over the years must be made to honor .
She failed She trusted her own blood.... That flows in her own one's veins. She trusted her upbringing .... Her teachings failed clinging . Her lessons of the traditions ... Got her no felicitations. Her pride in her mother tongue .... To them seemed far flung . She taught them not to lie .... Her trust they did belie. She confided … Continue reading She failed!
The Late reverend Hindu Saint Dada J.P. Vaswani hugely emphasized to people to always remain true to their mother tongue and religion. He taught that if a person had not understood his own religion and got attracted to another then that person is not capable of following the other religion as well.
. Meera and her Guru: Meera had aspired to be a great artist and rightfully so, she did gain the status of being one. The journey which began as a music enthusiast converted her from a listener to a learner moving ahead to become a music teacher and now a composer. Deepshikha Roy not only … Continue reading STIGMA