Criminalised

Growing up in Indian culture, a deep-rooted fear of judgement was ingrained within us from a young age. Over the years, this fear of judgement further metamorphosed into shame, guilt, and an imminent societal pressure to be the ‘good girl’. What even defines a ‘good girl’?   Someone who blindly goes by societal rules and norms, even if these rules are heavily flawed and highly patriarchal? … Continue reading Criminalised

Her…

In midst of all the chaos, Her stillness was captivating.  She was a work of art, The first work of art. Untouched and Unrefined, Purely deep and raw. In midst of all the normalcy,  Her quirks were dazzling. She was a rare ruin,  The ethereal ruin. Yet to be unearthed, Her mysteries unknown. In midst of all the happening, Despite of the far distance between … Continue reading Her…