Mithun Mukherjee is a writer at heart. He works as a digital media professional by day and scribbles stories when no one is looking. He has previously published a novella and a collection of short stories, besides having his work featured in several online literary magazines. Originally hailing from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, he currently lives in New Delhi.

A learner, in every sense of the word.

Conversations! You need to always keep the room open for having an unarmed chat at any point in the day or night. Without that, the whole thing just collapses.

Haroun and the Sea of Stories

All three + more. Sound and light shows. Bike rides. Anything experiential that has the capacity to move.

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Secrets Of A Successful Marriage | Indian Marriages | Bonobology.Com

Your shared space can turn your marriage around

Mithun Mukherjee
Mithun Mukherjee
Posted on : 17 May 2017

How you deal with the space you share with your partner makes a big difference in your relationship, irrespective of whether it was a love m...

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Is Public Display of Affection acceptable in society? | Bonobology

Public Display of Affection: How much is too much?

Mithun Mukherjee
Mithun Mukherjee
Posted on : 01 Feb 2017

Our society has very definite opinions on people getting intimate in public. As someone with a more open mind, he tries to define how much i...

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Who do you care more about - Wife or Mom? | Bonobology

Who do you care more about, your wife or your mom?

Mithun Mukherjee
Mithun Mukherjee
Posted on : 02 Jan 2017

The Indian husband often finds himself becoming sandwiched between the two, and a carrier of the most explosive messages between them!

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Love, Living Together & Lying To Parents | Bonobology

Love, live-in and lying to parents

Mithun Mukherjee
Mithun Mukherjee
Posted on : 03 Oct 2016

They lived together before they got married and it was great. A man tells Mithun Mukherjee why they still had to lie to their parents about ...

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Are your parents okay with live-ins?

Inspite of all the laws that have been passed by the court, live-in is much frowned upon in India still. What is your opinion about it? Is it good/bad ... Read More



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Mithun Mukherjee is a writer at heart. He works as a digital media professional by day and scribbles stories when no one is looking. He has previously published a novella and a collection of short stories, besides having his work featured in several online literary magazines. Originally hailing from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, he currently lives in New Delhi.


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Mithun Mukherjee Commented

15 Mar 2017

Comment :

Interesting question. While most people will say follow your heart, I think a little help from the mind doesn't hurt. Look for signs of compatibility - interests and the like. And even if interests don't match, see if you can match your wavelengths. At the end of the day, it is this that will keep you together. 

Ofcourse, if you are already in love, throw everything to the wind and dive headlong!

We tend to be confused when selecting someone else. What should we do ?


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Mithun Mukherjee Commented

01 Dec 2016

Comment : Hmm, an interesting conundrum. I believe that sexual life and everyday life of a couple can be both inclusive and exclusive. The sweet spot is always 'understanding'.

If for some reason, ones sexual life is not very rosy, one can always try to stimulate the relationship in a variety of ways instead of being stressed about it. Sometimes, repairing the relationship out of bed can help mend the same within.

Just my two cents.

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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Mithun Mukherjee Commented

29 Nov 2016

Comment : Very interesting, because I often found myself saying 'you thin too much' in the initial days of my relationship. This was before I paused, thought about it and tried to address it.

I think 'Don't think too much' is often an escape mechanism adopted by partners, simply because it takes longer to sit and understand the actual reason behind the 'intensity'. This 'intensity' might spring from a number of reasons - insecurity and miscommunication being two of the most common ones.

Personally, I think its wrong to dismiss it by saying 'don't think too much'. It's better to sit down and talk things through. Little things like these go a LONG way to turn it into a fruitful relationship.

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


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Mithun Mukherjee Commented

16 Nov 2016

Comment : I want to quote a line which may not be very appropriate, but suits the discussion the most. Opinions are like a-holes, everyone has one.

That said, notice how 'Tom, Dick and Harry' are all guys? I think it might be more than incidental in this case. The deep rooted patriarchy gives license to all men (and even women!) to question every bit of every single woman who gets married (or not).

In short, question Every woman. While this is sad, there are only two ways out of this:

1. Be a smart mouth. Sound the person off. Make sure the person thinks twice before giving their opinion where its clearly not needed.

2. Ignore. Put your ears on mute. Push it under the carpet. Mark as spam.

Just my two cents.



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