The “Aunty” syndrome – Are you suffering from it?

What is the "Aunty" Syndrome? Are you suffering from it?? Today, the simple word "aunty" is perceived as a symbol of being old, or orthodox or not fun. Read my take in this light-hearted yet thought-provoking post.

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5 stereotypes about India and Indians debunked.

Sharing 5 of the most common stereotypes Indians face when they visit or live in another country. Also sharing a tip or two on how Indians can break these stereotypes.

Have we justified our Freedom??

Hey everyone!! So, this blog- A Moment Of Freedom celebrates it's 100th post! Wow! I never really thought I will make it till here. Honestly, I don't post as often and especially this year, it's been quite busy, especially on the personal front. Anyway, without you all reading my posts, this blog wouldn't have been … Continue reading Have we justified our Freedom??

The Land of India…

The land of variety of countless cultures and glorious traditions the land of joy and celebration of generosity and warmth is my land India... The land of the Mahatma of Lokmanya Tilak and Swami Vivekananda of Bhagat Singh, Chatrapati Shivaji and the wonderful Rani Laxmibai is my land India.. The land of courage and valor … Continue reading The Land of India…

Downtrodden Doctors???!!

Hi everyone! So apparently the "Doctor Strike" in Maharashtra has come to an end after assurance given by CM Devendra Fadnavis. As a Physiotherapist who has studied and is working in Maharashtra, somewhere, all of this has given me something to ponder upon and has saddened me to a great extent. It has however, not … Continue reading Downtrodden Doctors???!!

Mumbai- The city which transformed me.

It's been two years in Mumbai now!! Yay! People have asked me often to blog more about the place and I hope I can write more posts about it. Mumbai has taught me a lot. From being independent, to learning about people from all parts of the country, to house hunting and changing homes where … Continue reading Mumbai- The city which transformed me.

The Currency Ban and it’s aftermath

It was the evening of the 8th of November when the news of the ban of the Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes reached me. At first, I just laughed the thing off, thinking it was just another Whatsapp rumor or prank being played by someone. Later on, to my surprise, I actually read the official news … Continue reading The Currency Ban and it’s aftermath