The Begum: A Portrait of Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistan’s Pioneering First Lady by Deepa Agarwal & Tahmina Aziz Ayub

I, not being a history freak, enjoyed reading this book as it mainly focused on women empowerment and how a woman, despite of 100 obstacles in that era, when they were not considered as important as we are considered now broke free and made her own identity in politics as a social worker.

Welcome to the Society – Kinjal Parekh

Doesn’t matter which body type,
Since we are always ready to bring you down.
And then we’ll wonder why did you frown.
Is it something that you did off your limits?

Self Talk – Kinjal Parekh

Sometimes, the answers aren’t clear. Sometimes, I don’t even get an answer. I only see that girl smiling at me. Creepy. I let the question go with a belief that

S T A R T – Kinjal Parekh

You. You’ve got to love yourself. Don’t be nervous of being nervous. It is the proof that you are on … More

Breaking the shackles – Kinjal Parekh

How can we bring a better world around of forgiveness and love, if we cannot even forgive ourselves or hold grudges to those who have wronged us? If God himself forgave us long back, who are we to hold onto guilt and hurts? But then, is forgiving enough?

It isn’t really The End – Kinjal Parekh

May be, forgetting is the proof that
the room of faith, hope and magic is powerful enough to let a miracle happen.
May be the torn pages were just pages

The Magic In You – Kinjal Parekh

You’ll feel light. Trust me. Small changes leads to a big one.

Give it a chance to have a glimpse of the power you possess already.