Conflictorium – where you learn to deal with conflicts…

The Conflictorium is a museum very different from what we are used to in India: it addresses personal and large scale conflicts, issues we pretend that don’t exist in India in this sector. I was struck by the positive, stark reality of the relevance of the museum, conveyed in the most effective and emotional manner.... Continue Reading →


With a heavy heart I write this post…

This is a post I never thought I would have to write, and have been avoiding writing for two weeks. But it is important to share with everyone as it is about a topic we love to pretend does not exist and live in denial. On 24th July, I woke up with Baba's message, "distressing... Continue Reading →

Our Dream – Hamaara Sapna

Cambridge dictionary describes Access as the right or opportunity to use or look at something and Inclusion as the idea that everyone should be able to use the same facilities, take part in the same activities, and enjoy the same experiences, including people who have a disability or other disadvantage.  To me, art, design, crafts, music, dance,... Continue Reading →

Decoding Durga Pujo

Dedicated to the girls of the 1992 Batch of Maharani Gayatri Devi Girl's Public School, Jaipur Dear Friends You have strongly motivated me to write a post on Durga, her reverance, her attributes, the 'pandals',  her relevance to Bengal and the Bengali community. I will take a valiant attempt in keeping with the spirit of... Continue Reading →

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