The author’s take on womanhood and its subjective definitions, inspired by an anecdote narrated by her mother.
The Infinite ‘Hows’ of a Woman
'How much of my suffering is needed for you to acknowledge or call out oppression?'
The Kind of a Woman I Want To Be
'I want to be a revolutionary. I want to bring change.'
A poem on love and its often ignored connection with revolutions.
Dispatch From Kashmir: A Letter to My Newborn Daughter
'Life here is hung in uncertainty between two extremes. I don’t exactly know where I belong and whether what I have chosen is right or wrong.'
A Tangible/ Not So Tangible Walk Down Memory Lane
When a song triggered a series of memories.
When the Rains Arrive
Of tears, rage and suppression.