When I boarded a taxi in the capital and came face-to-face with the ambiguity of my religion.
Once upon a time in a land far, far away, a young girl encounters the gatekeepers of beauty.
Giving voice to the wives, daughters, mothers and sisters caught between hope and despair in their wait for the men in their lives who have been swallowed up by conflicts …
"Now that I’d just started working, I had had no time to ‘listen to my body’."
A personal poem about the fears and aspirations of a young woman when she moved from Chandigarh to Delhi.
Saffron – both the spice and the colour of patriotic fervour – is poisonous when consumed in excess.
A fictional account of every day middle-class struggles and their stamp on a child's growth.