Jaisurya Das is one of India’s best known brand professionals who has powered winning initiatives for groups like the The Times of India among many others. The industry calls him a maverick and a marketing evangelist, both of which suits his personality! His work in managing media brands, large profit centres and mentoring sees no boundaries.

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How I met my Love in the Kitchen | Bonobology

Love among the onions

Jaisurya Das
Jaisurya Das
Posted on : 14 Feb 2017

They met at catering college, learning to chop onions and debone chicken and yet there was romance…

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An Attempt to decipher Women | Bonobology

You don't love me any more...

Jaisurya Das
Jaisurya Das
Posted on : 03 Jan 2017

Why are women so much more articulate about their feelings than men?

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Battling Depression Taught Me A Lot About Love | Bonobology

Depression Taught me a Lot about Love

Jaisurya Das
Jaisurya Das
Posted on : 24 Jul 2016

Says Jaisurya Das, who recounts a deeply personal and very moving account of overcoming the odds with a healthy dose of hope and love

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Jaisurya Das Commented

11 Jan 2017

Comment : I don't think its being honest to have an extra martial relationship. Yes, absolutely wonderful friendships happen and graduating it willingly or otherwise to a full bodied romance is never going to be acceptable in a marriage. How is this different than any other affair outside marriage.. By assuming that working together gives this acceptance is in my opinion just a nice way to camouflage breach of trust.. If your'e fine with that, then by all means !

Close proximity for hours between two like minded people of opposite sex - who can deny this recipe for a delectable romance brewing? Conflict happens when these two people are in a work relationship as well. The boundary between work relationship and romance is always at a risk of being fluid and shifting. If two such people meet and work for long hours on an assignment or a project, close understanding graduating to a romance seems possible. Given today's work pressures and hours, is it acceptable to have a mutually agreeable romantic relationship with a colleague without compromising the marriage at home?


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Jaisurya Das Commented

03 Dec 2016

Comment : They're too busy doing other things!!!! Jokes apart, I don't think this is true. Maybe a majority but loads of couples I know discuss their sex lives quite often. In fact, even shop together to spice it up...Its more about them not talking to anyone else about their discussions.. Staying 'politically correct' as the world calls it :)

Talking, exchanging the feelings, revealing what it felt like and what is expected is the only way we can move towards improving, spicing up and really making sex fun. But why don't we actually see that happening?


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Jaisurya Das Commented

03 Dec 2016

Comment : of course its possible ! Sex isn't the universe of a great relationship. Yes, must be there but the romance and little things make the difference in sustaining a great relationship! Yes, these are my views. Sex isn't always about copulation. Its about keeping the burning desire for each other alive.... The act, another medium. Amen!

Sexual chemistry (& physics & geography) :) is vital to a marriage. However, in a relationship if the couple is at odds regarding the frequency, the variety, the grammar, the syntax, the vocabulary...... can it still script a fairy tale marriage?


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Jaisurya Das Commented

28 Nov 2016

Comment : Ha ha I completely disagree... this has nothing to do with intensity :)) Overthinking is a favourite hobby with a lot of people.. and it does kill happiness while putting our overworked neurones under stress!

Whenever our partners cannot handle our intensity they say 'don't think too much'..thoughts, comments people?


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Jaisurya Das Commented

16 Nov 2016

Comment : Its not about acceptance. This is about being upfront of what you think. We shy away from attracting any public attention when it comes to extra marital affairs or any " anti-norm" stuff. Its cowardice camouflaged in these manifestations. What if people think I am having an extra martial affair? This is the crux.

We have some hit Hindi films where the hero is an adulterer like Sajan Chale Sasural and Maang Bharo Sajna. One thing is common among these films, they are not realistic or in any sense serious representation of marriage or affair. The films are either senseless comedies or they are stories of larger than life selfless women. On the other hand serious movies like Silsila and Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna failed despite the presence of super stars. Is it difficult for us to watch when a film on extra marital relationship gets too real? Did Silsila become even more real with its casting?



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