Draupadi Disrobed

“Is forcing more constraints on what a woman may wear or not wear making her daily life any easier??”

Read my new feature Draupadi Disrobed for The Asian Today here.

Originally published here.

The Half Sikh Woman

..” What is that I do or don’t do daily that would make me any less Gujarati or Sikh? Is my namesake my only identity and true definition of who I am or what my cultural beliefs are?..”

Read The Half Sikh Woman published in here The Asian Today

Originally published here

Brexit for the Brown Girl – BBC Radio London

In conversation with BBC Radio London’s Shyama Perera, discussing Brexit’s impact on South Asians.

Listen to the full interview here 

 

Brexit for the Brown Girl – Sh** Just Got Real!

“….Racism never died, it needed the fuel to leverage its existence and was accelerated by the exploitation of this political tug of war within the nation.…”

Just when you thought you had read enough on Brexit, think again. Check out my Brown Girl Magazine Feature here: Brexit for the Brown Girl – Sh** Just Got Real!

Originally published here

 

Zubaan Film Review – London Asian Film Festival

If you missed the festival screening of Mozez Singh’s Zubaan at the London Asian Film festival read my review below on LAFF’s website of the film that won LAFF 2016’s Award for Best Production.

http://www.tonguesonfire.com/2016/06/zubaan-film-review/

My Big Fat Indian Non Wedding

”..Whilst weddings are assumed to be the most appropriate place to ask inappropriate questions, trust me when I say that sarcasm is a tried and tested method, which will fail miserably.”

Read my do’s and don’ts for the Indian Wedding Season in The Asian Today here

Also featured in USA’s Brown Girl Magazine 

Originally published here

The Woman that is You

..”As spectators, we applaud the likes of Hilary Clinton or Malala as role models, but how much are we encouraging or even acknowledging the inspiring women within our own homes?..”

What does International Women’s Day mean to you. Read my feature in The Asian Today here

Originally published here

International Women’s day with BBC Radio London’s Sunny & Shay

Celebrating International Women’s Day with BBC Radio London’s Sunny and Shay, with Shweta Aggarwal and Daman Kaur Mullhi.. Listen to the full show here.

L is for me..

…”I love you. Everyone wants to hear those three words don’t they? But why is it so easy to forget the I in I love you?…”

Read the full article in the Asian Today on what should really matter this Valentine’s Day here

Originally published here

The Marriage Myth Journey

“In this society, marriage is a task, that HAS to be completed”, these were the harsh words of Dr Khurrana, a New Delhi based marriage counselor, in response to my question – how is marriage perceived in India today? In February 2012, through my journey to explore and engage in current methods that women of my generation in India are undertaking to find “the one”, I was intrigued by how working thirty-something’s in India today were influenced by everyday relationships and if attitudes to marriage were altering. .
Read all about the journey in Asiana, Asian Woman Magazine and Chak De India and the official blogspot here