‘Tu meri beti nahi beta hai’ (You are not my daughter, rather you are my son), her father’s words resounded in Uttara’s ears. Living
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At times difficult situations crop-up in life where you are surrounded by people who could inevitably disorient you from the goal-path on which you had
Since childhood, she was constantly pressurised to carry out things, the way her family wanted…it affected, hurt and aggrieved her mind…hardly any instances where anyone
‘You feel their behaviour was acceptable?’ Sarika questioned her mom indignantly, explicitly disagreeing. The incident was not one that could be brushed off as trivial.