Taking forward the Shakti series, here’s another dilemma women face in the Indian society. Mundane as it might sound but this one is about the expected length of a woman’s hair that the society has defined as beautiful. She looked at her long luxurious tresses as she ran her fingers through them gently. Her crowning glory,…
Here I am with the next post for the Shakti series that I started recently. If you’ve missed it, read the first post here. Shakti is the face of the new age woman who is found amidst day-to-day situations which are common maladies in today’s fast-changing world. If you ponder on these seemingly normal instances that…
Meet Shakti. She is the new face of the enlightened lot of Indian women. She is a well-educated woman in her late twenties. Comes from a middle-class Indian family. She works for an MNC in a metro, taking home a decent pay-package. People respect her for the way she has carved a niche for herself…
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