“Who Am I?”

“Who am I, mama?” When my son, who had joined Kindergarten just a few months ago, asked me this question, I was obviously perplexed. Such a profound question at a tender age of five, I thought. I asked him what he meant. “Mama, am I an ‘echt Inder’?” Interesting – not the question, but the... Continue Reading →


Power  September 1, 2015 | By When Women Waken | 2 Replies I was in a jeep with my husband, my sister-in-law and her husband –professional tiger conservationists – and their team of wildlife workers. This duo had spent years in the forests of Tadoba (Western India) and had set up the tiger reserve there.... Continue Reading →

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