5 TedTalks That Will Help You Raise Successful Kids

“Why do I listen to TedTalks, especially on the subject of parenting?”, my wife asks me with curiosity. And I say, “most of the speakers out there have experienced different things or have done things differently and their stories, research data, views, findings of their experiments, opinions, and thoughts, they are highly informative and inspiring.”Continue reading “5 TedTalks That Will Help You Raise Successful Kids”

Building Stronger Ties With My Son

There is a famous saying, “you can learn many things from children. How much patience you have for instance” – Franklin P. Jones. Little infants are cute when their gleaming big eyes are staring into ours. They are cuter when they giggle and laugh even at the silliest of things like looking at a poster orContinue reading “Building Stronger Ties With My Son”

Is Parenting A Skill To Be Learnt?

Every parent has their own journey and their own style of parenting. No matter how good our intentions are, we will still make mistakes. The fact that those mistakes impact our children is a hard pill to swallow. And when a parent slaps a child right across those soft cheeks and if I have toContinue reading “Is Parenting A Skill To Be Learnt?”

Eating More From The Earth

In February 2017 whilst backpacking in Thailand is when we (I and my wife, Deepika) met this wonderful and inspiring couple who are raw vegans for over 15 years. We were staying in a hostel and for two consecutive days while having breakfast, we observed this couple eating one full watermelon each. They had cutContinue reading “Eating More From The Earth”

Cheers Son! – Too early is it?

YOU ARE MY I LOVE YOU I am your parent, you are my child, I am your quiet place, you are my wild. I am your calm face, you are my giggle. I am your wait, you are my wiggle, I am your finish line, you are my race. I am your praying hands, youContinue reading “Cheers Son! – Too early is it?”

Isn’t My Son Just Like Me?

We were all standing, anxiously waiting for almost five hours to hear the good news. Restlessly walking up and down the corridor of the hospital, at times pressing our ears to the doors of the labor room, expecting to hear the cry of the little angel. And after five hours of impatience at 2:14 a.m,Continue reading “Isn’t My Son Just Like Me?”