Theme Reveal #A2Z2019 – Indian Culture Diary!

Come April and bloggers around the world, join the splendid journey of #A2Z. The bloggers write 26 posts throughout the month, one for each letter starting from A to Z. And, Sunday being break day.  I will be participating for the third time. The first year I wrote random posts without a theme. Last year, […]

For the love of Green tea!

A morning cup of tea or coffee – what do you prefer? What makes your mornings begin with a bang? I have always been a coffee addict and my day could never function without cups of coffee. But, I had to break free from my habit once I became pregnant. Chai has never been my […]

Sleeping tips for nocturnals!

“Good night, sleep tight, Wake up bright In the morning light To do what’s right With all your might.” All my childhood years I have sung this poem at bedtime. I would wait for my mother to tuck me in and sing a lullaby. Sleep seemed to be so easy then and now falling asleep […]

Adoption Laws in India! #AdoptUCare

Adoption in India is a legally bound and helps in protecting the interest of the child and parents, alike. The Indian adoption is governed majorly by Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015 (JJ (C&PC) Act, 2015). Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015- The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act 2015 […]

What is CARA (Central Adoption Resource Authority)? #AdoptUCare

Adoption is a heart-warming act and best when done right. Wanting to adopt a child does not make it a great action, unless done through proper channels. To bring a child into your family, you need to follow legal procedure. And, CARA is the regulating body for taking care of adoption in India. From the […]

Adoption – Gift a Family! #AdoptUCare

“Not flesh of my flesh Nor bone of my bone, But still miraculously my own. Never forget for a single minute, You didn’t grow under my heart But in it.”                                                   […]

A maze amaze!

‘This place looks familiar, I have passed through these woods many times.’,he muttered under breath. Moving ahead, he saw the city walls, the signage at the entrance gate read ‘Amaze’. That’s a strange name for a city, he thought to himself. There was a second road visible which ran parallel to the city walls. It was […]

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