Rakhi Jain has a PhD in Teenage Pregnancy and Abortions. She has published articles in several academic journals and in Reader’s Digest. She writes a parenting blog, as well as writing on mythology and modern relations on her Facebook page, Thoughtsmith’s Corner.

 

Slightly eccentric, quick witted woman who finds exceptional in the mundane and brings it to others with the help of her best friends- words.

Trust that he or she would be with me when I need, if not able to help will be my strength.

Judgemental attitude and humiliation.

Kite Runner by Khaled Housseini

Movies, Plays, radio, Books, travel and Yoga.

Everyday Indian cuisine- you can eat it day in day out and never get tired.

 
 

Stories by Rakhi Jain

The origin of the Chandravanshi dynasty

One body two genders: How the Chandravanshis came to be

Rakhi Jain
Rakhi Jain
Posted on : 11 Apr 2017

The origin of the Chandravanshi dynasty is a weird and wonderful story

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Review of Bollywood Movie - Kaabil | Bonobology

Kaabil: Love beyond ability

Rakhi Jain
Rakhi Jain
Posted on : 26 Jan 2017

Can love transcend the barriers of ability?

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Dangal - a Review: On marriage and ambition | Bonobology

Dangal: When a couple wrestles with ambition

Rakhi Jain
Rakhi Jain
Posted on : 24 Dec 2016

While the main focus of the film Dangal is on the relationship of the daughters with their father, just as crucial in the background are the...

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Becoming The Fierce Mother Goddess Kali | Bonobology

Becoming the fierce mother Kali

Rakhi Jain
Rakhi Jain
Posted on : 08 Oct 2016

When a child is threatened, every mother is transformed into a manifestation of the mother goddess herself

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It is a function of a person's situation, his/her value system and also interpersonal relations. The party less affected by societal judgement tends to convince the other, 'It's alright'. The line between reality and escape is tough to discern. 

 


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Loved the article. I wish I could learn to be as organised as my husband. Each activity and expenditure is documented. he knows where and how his buck is utilised. He has a large heart.


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Raksha Bharadia is a writer and editor. She has authored three books published by Rupa & Co. She has put together 13 titles in the Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul series for Westland. She has also worked as a scriptwriter with Star Plus. She has been a columnist for Femina, Ahmedabad Mirror, and DNA, Ahmedabad. Raksha has taught creative writing for a Master’s Program at CEPT, Ahmedabad. Bonobology.com is Raksha’s first significant foray in the digital space.


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11 Apr 2017

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My husband recently changed jobs and daughters were in the middle of their academic milestones. I stayed back. He encouraged me to take up a job. Our relationship changed for the better. He stays home and feeds the kids when I am away. Checks on us regularly. I pack little munchies he loves to eat when he leaves. The distance has made the hearts grow fonder. 

 

While many people vouch for distance being a good thing in their relationship, some feel it exposes the flaws in their bond. Some work their chinks out by utilising the time apart, others fail miserably at feeling connected. What's your take on the subject?


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