It was early December. I was in my second month of pregnancy. You were our little strawberry seed. You wouldn’t have been more than 1.5mm long. Just under 5 weeks old: our baby. You would’ve looked like a teeny tiny tadpole. Your heart and brain were just beginning to form. It would’ve been too early … More The Strawberry Seed That Was Taken Too Soon
And just like that folks, I’ve come to the end of another decade of life, My twenties saw me explore the big city, travel the world, build a career, forge some amazing friendships, move up the country and become a wife! Honestly speaking, I wouldn’t change a single thing, every experience shaped me in a … More Thank You Twenties, It’s Been A Pleasure!
Mai Bhago was the first Sikh woman to fight on a battlefield as part of the Khalsa army. In 1704, the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and his Khalsa army were taking refuge at a fortress in the city of Anandpur. The city had been laid under siege by Emperor Aurangzeb’s Mughal army … More Inspirational Sikh Women: Part 1 – Mai Bhago
After recently becoming exposed to the world of “brown Twitter”, I’ve realised just how deep the cracks in our foundation have become. Why are we actively seeking out ways to divide ourselves rather than to unite? We’re not the same: you’re Tharkhan, I’m Jatt. You’re from Malwa, I’m a Doaban. You identify as Indian, I’m … More Punjabi Sikh Sangat: The Cracks In Our Foundation
Last month I embarked upon a trip that restored my faith in humanity. I know right, that’s a pretty bold statement to make, but it’s true! I journeyed across various Indian states from Maharashtra to Karnataka, Telangana to Bihar, and New Delhi to Punjab along with my parents and a bunch of people, from various … More A Trip To Remember