When not writing, Divya Nair Hinge is running around her 3 year old or her 30 year old, both of whom occupy the biggest share of her time and heart. She’s greying at the roots, thanks to her husband and remains a child at heart, thanks to her son. With a double post-graduation to her credit, one in chemistry and the other in journalism and mass communications, she manages to squeeze enough time to read, write, reflect and travel, some of the things she believes, brings out the best in her. She is currently the Editor at Bonobology.


Stories by Divya Nair Hinge

Why are small pleasures a big deal? | Bonobology

Why are small pleasures a big deal?

Divya Nair Hinge
Divya Nair Hinge
Posted on : 09 Feb 2017

Are we forgetting the art of deriving satisfaction from small pleasures in our relationships?

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Be the Change to Challenge the Convention | Bonobology

Change the convention! Be the change!

Divya Nair Hinge
Divya Nair Hinge
Posted on : 12 Jan 2017

What is change, if it’s not you and me changing the world? Could we have changed the convention and come together as a nation collectively t...

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Why are we so judgemental about other

Shahid, Mira and our eagerness to judge their marriage

Divya Nair Hinge
Divya Nair Hinge
Posted on : 05 Jan 2017

Whilst actor Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Rajput couldn’t stop gushing over each other on K Jo’s coffee couch, the rest of the country was si...

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Women - Relax and Let Go | Bonobology

Dear women...relax, breathe and let go

Divya Nair Hinge
Divya Nair Hinge
Posted on : 08 Dec 2016

Out of breath, racing and exhausted? You are not alone. 87% Indian women often feel stressed out juggling multiple roles at home and work

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Domestic Abuse? Speak Up, Don

Be unashamed, be unapologetic - let's bring 'being brave' back into vogue!

Divya Nair Hinge
Divya Nair Hinge
Posted on : 29 Nov 2016

Aren’t women perpetuating more abuse against themselves by hiding under make-up when abused? Why does the victim end up feeling more ashamed...

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Divya Nair Hinge Commented

27 Oct 2016

Comment : Both my mother and mother-in-law feel that this gen women are more assertive in their relationships, which is changing the dynamics of present day relationships in a big way. My mom pursued a career all her life and my MIL was a homemaker throughout. And yet, I see that their relationship dynamics with their husbands is almost the same even to this day. It makes me believe that it had less to do with financial dependence and more to do with the way they were conditioned to perceive and nurture relationships. However, am glad that the same mothers have brought up their daughters to be assertive and independent in their attitudes towards relationships and have the heart to encourage and appreciate it.

Daughters of the current generation and yester-generation mothers often have a conversation that their marriages are different from ours.

Our mothers see present day marriages as an ideal union of two people following a perfect definition of I love you. Somewhat different from theirs!

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