Commander ‘Jae’ Rajesh is a retired officer from the Indian Navy who loves the outdoors, has travelled and trekked extensively, skydived, and whitewater rafted. He is a fitness aficionado with a passion for photography and music and is settled currently in Hyderabad with his wife and two sons.

On a perpetual quest to seek clarity in life.

Humour.

Indifference.

Oops! Sorry, not a foodie!!

 
 

Stories by J Rajesh

I forgot our anniversary - How can I make up for it? | Bonobology.com

10 ways to apologise to your wife for forgetting important dates

J Rajesh
J Rajesh
Posted on : 24 Mar 2017

Forgotten an important anniversary or celebration? Here’s how to make it up to her

Views: 507
Comments: 0
What Men Want from Women | Bonobology

What men want from women

J Rajesh
J Rajesh
Posted on : 07 Dec 2016

Don’t fall into a rut of familiarity; keep up the mystery

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Comments: 3
Platform No.7 & My Tryst With Love: A Short Love Story | Bonobology

Platform No. 7 and my tryst with love

J Rajesh
J Rajesh
Posted on : 19 Sep 2016

An interesting love story, the journey of which, by a strange coincidence, involved several modes of transport

Views: 3.11k
Comments: 1
Difficulties In Marriage Due To Job Loss & Anger Couldn

A good marriage helps tide over tough times

J Rajesh
J Rajesh
Posted on : 15 Aug 2016

By looking beyond my barbs and temper tantrums that were an outcome of a ‘no-work’ phase in my life, my wife became the calm I was looking f...

Views: 19.37k
Comments: 0

 

Discussions by J Rajesh

What is meant by our 'soul'? Does it require a mate?

We as an individual needs a physical mate. That's nature's design. We'd like an intellectual mate. That's the need generated by our intellect, our min ... Read More


Can you love someone more than yourself?

I have often come across this expression, that "I love her/ him more than myself" or "I love her/ him more than my life". Do you feel it's a reality o ... Read More


Is your spouse or partner your soulmate?

Is it necessary for your spouse or partner to be your soulmate too? Will your relationship suffer if otherwise? ... Read More


What do men want?

While there are many articles, blogs, discussions, talk shows, movies and even stand-up comedy routines on ‘What Women Want’, we hardly see anything t ... Read More


The stereotyping of the husband-wife relationship

Why is there a stereotyping of the husband as a henpecked man with a roving eye and living in fear of the spouse and the wife always as a nagging over ... Read More



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She is a homemaker who has willingly chosen family commitments over a full-time career. She loves reading, writing, voicing her opinion, cooking and generally lazing around. She freelances as a writer for blogs and believes in the power of words to change the world.


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