Fat Shamers- What Were You Even Thinking?

Saturdays With Shivani Dear Fat Shamers, You aren’t really dear but then all those years of letter writing has made it a spinal reflex so please don’t get carried away. After a lot of deliberation and a lifetime of jabbing (good natured ribbing as some of you prefer to call it), I’m finally writing this open letter in the hope that it makes you think and mend your ways (I’m an incurable optimist who continues to believe in people). Apart

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The Luxury of Grieving

Saturdays With Shivani I did an oddly morbid thing today— I searched for quotes on death and dying. Most links had the adjectives ‘Inspiring’, ‘Positive’ or some such, attached as prefixes. From Buddha to Jim Morrison, the Paramhansa to Mark Twain have spouted words of wisdom to help us accept death with equanimity. I wonder if they were around today, what would they say? With pyres burning round the clock and bodies floating ashore rivers, it is no longer possible

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MEGHA

Megha has been an educator the past few years. From teaching at the primary level in IB PYP , she is now employed at one of the top ten CBSE schools of Delhi as a Middle School English teacher. Apart from reading and writing, she  is passionate about languages and is competent in intermediate French and Nepalese. The goal this year is to read a bit of Ambedkar and Vivekananda to arrive at a better understanding of society and self. She likes

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SUKANYA BASU MALLIK

Sukanya Basu Mallik is a multi-genre author, film and book critic. Her works have been published in various journals, magazines, and anthologies nationally and internationally. She began her journey with The Telegraph in Schools and then went on to write for Reader’s Digest, Times Of India, Sahitya Akademi Bimonthly Journal, Lucidity International Poetry Journal, SEAL (South East Asian Literature) festival anthologies and AIPF Int. Anthology(Austin International Poetry Festival). She has also received a number of awards; The Best Manuscript Awards for fiction &non-fiction

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SRIDEVI KRISHNAN

Sridevi Krishnan started to write for children when she discoveredthat she was soon going to be a mother. Her very first book was acollection of “Nursery Rhyme Tales” dedicated to her twins. Overtime, she began to invest more time and effort in writing whicheventually led to her book “Mina Makes Friends.” In this lovelybook Mina, the fish is new to the ocean and embarks upon aninteresting journey and makes lot of friends. This book can beused by parents and educators

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PAVI RAMAN

Please welcome Pavi Raman into our esteemed #wonderwomenwritersnetwork! She’ll make an appearance every week and here’s a short intro to Pavi! Pavi Raman celebrates her #life as a proud #wife and a warrior #mom. She’s an avid coffee and guacamole enthusiast. A physician in another life, her hobbies include reading and writing, then nitpicking what she #writes. She also loves running, online #shopping and micromanaging her kids’ #bedtime routines.When she gets a break, she daydreams about the zombie apocalypse and getting more sleep. Most of the #time, she can be found laughing

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Michelle Sanjana Sathish

My name is Sanjana. I am from the United Kingdom. I have recently graduated with a Law with Criminology degree from the University of Chester. I live in the USA now in New Jersey  and currently interning at the Princeton Police Department. During my spare time I love to write poems. Writing poetry has been a way of expressing my thoughts and imagination. I first started wiring poetry when I was in primary school. However, very recently I got back

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MONIKA

Monika is an educationist by profession and also a lifestyle blogger at www.meralifestyle.com. She loves to blog about anything which adds value to Life . She also feels very strong against the societal attitudes that suppress a woman. If you wish to join The Wonder Women Writers’ Network you can reach us at thewonderwomenworld@gmail.com or reach out here CONTACT US

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SUPRIYAA NARULA

An educator by profession. Organised professional with proven teaching, guidance and counselling skills. I have been teaching since 15 years in the International curriculum and closely associated with the Primary age group of children. I work for a reputed International School in Gurgaon.  I have always been gravitated to write about children and issues pertaining to them since the time I had my own child. I have done my double Masters- English and Human Rights. What else could be a

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