Indraneel Majumdar writes a daily post on Facebook, mostly for his own consumption and feels good when some others read and comment. He has been at it for some years. Hacking away at “slice of life” situations. He also has an alternate life. Doing management stuff in companies of others’ choosing. He alternates between Bangalore where his home is and Kolkata where most of his work is. Home is also the abode where his spouse, Kiran and his daughter, Antara stay. Mostly, blissfully.

An observer of life and people.

I cannot do with humor in a relationship.

I cannot put up with petulance.

I would choose "The lowlands". Closely followed by "the spy who came in from the cold".

Movie - Ijaazat Play - Waiting for Godot Music - Basera by RD Burman Concert - Dire Straits anywhere anytime

Italian, Bangla, Rajasthani, Chettinad, Hyderabadi

 
 

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Home is where the heart is | Bonobology

Home is where the heart is

Indraneel Majumdar
Indraneel Majumdar
Posted on : 02 Mar 2017

They lived apart often but yet hope some day to return home together

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Space, Spouses And Successful Marriages | Bonobology

Space, spouses and successful marriages

Indraneel Majumdar
Indraneel Majumdar
Posted on : 18 Oct 2016

Almost by accident they hit upon a way to lead independent lives but be happy together

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Is It OK For My Wife To Meet Her Ex-Boyfriend? | Bonobology

An Ex-boyfriend, my Wife and the Decision

Indraneel Majumdar
Indraneel Majumdar
Posted on : 27 Jul 2016

Should it be okay for my wife to meet her ex-boyfriend? I had also written to my old girlfriends but this was different…

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Indraneel Majumdar Commented

24 May 2017

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Sex has always been there. Fast or slow moving, high living or poverty, it has always been there. You could say that between some couples or companions sex does reduce over a period of time. But that's not because of only incompatibility or growing dissatisfaction. It could be the sameness. It could also be just abstaining. 

There's never been any ground rules about sex. Some have enjoyed it till late life. Some have gotten bored in their early twenties itself. Some hit the sack and want to sleep and others want to be at it till wee hours of the morning.

What has happened in the modern age is the trivialization of it. 

I have seen aunts deck themselves for their men and retire as early as possible to their rooms in anticipation. But they didn't utter a word of what went on. I have seen older men and women pull each other very publicly in clubs after a particularly frenetic party. I have witnessed energetic fertilizer dealers from India go on for entire nights in Pattaya. I have seen demure suburban teachers bounce up the stairs to a friendly neighborhood young man to bring back the juice in their sheltered lives.

Sex happens. Nothing has dried up. It's a fertile world out there. Maybe not with the spouse, always, anymore.

It has always neen evidenced in many cases of unhappy couples that the lack of sexual bonding between the couples are somewhere one of the causes of their break-ups. In history sexual life was given as much importance as the emotional life. But in today's technological world when everything we want is just a hand away and all we are almost not left with is tranquility, is the beautiful art of sexualism somewhere missing it's essence and beauty?  Has it become somewhat of a more mechanical than the actual intimacy which  holded great esthatics in the ancient age and was given proper norturing and education?

 


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Indraneel Majumdar Commented

02 May 2017

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Lots of things annoy me. Hair on the floor. Remotes going missing. Butter not in the refrigerator. Milk packets left on the shoe rack.

Also, she can state enough stuff about me too. 

So, life goes in the unique balance of imperfections.

Hey guys, there must be certain things that annoy you or put you off about your wife or girlfriend. Share your grouse with us. It could be something minor, or something which is hurting your relationship. Get it off your chest.



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