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Autobiography of an Indian woman domestic worker

Hello, Season's greetings. I wanted to share my review of a unique and moving life story that I read recently. It is the first by a household worker in India. … Read More»

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The lady who put gender on her state's agenda

Sabina Martins knew she had finally won her family’s approval of her activism work when her mother came home one day and proudly announced that she got her passport after being given a run-around by o … Read More»

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How to be a Woman

I posted this on my blog and thought that people here might like it too. This is for all of you who have to courage to work for positive change. … Read More»

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The Art of Nourishing yourself through Listening Authentic Music

Listening is a state of being where there is no veil of mind, interpretations, intellect or mental filters between the beauty of music and your ears, and not just ears between the beauty of music and … Read More»

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Bravo woman!

it amazes me to see the works of women. I have never come across a group of women who have failed. … Read More»

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The Divine Yoni

The Divine Yoni The Yoni is the gateway of the womb which is a seat of absolute divine presence and power … Read More»

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Offer: Call for submissions for The Laadli Media Awards for Gender Sensitivity 2010-11, India

Population First ( and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) have invited entries for the third UNFPA – Laadli Media awards for Gender Sensitivity (ULMAGS) across v … Read More»

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Take a look at this photo

Dear Sisters, I wish to share this picture with you. It reads so many meaning to me and i know it does to you. For me it shows the * Plight of Women … Read More»

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A virtuous woman is described as a woman whose price is above ‘Rubies’. She is a woman who cannot be bought with any currency in the world; no price can be placed on her. … Read More»

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Saying No!

Many a time women are expected to be submissive, they are expected to follow and not to lead, they are expected to just listen and not say. … Read More»

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