Swapna Eleswarapu has been running her virtual red pen through other people's deeply thought-out prose for over 12 years now, with barely hidden glee. Brevity may or may not be the soul of wit, she says, but it's what makes her tick. As a freelance editor she revels in being able to read just about anything under the sun, especially subjects she wouldn't have dreamt of left to her own devices. When not reading at 400 words per minute, or trying to keep abreast of her social handles, she's weaving, sewing, crocheting or taking pictures of her cats.

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Moving on after Breakup and Divorce | Bonobology

Shedding the extra load

Swapna Eleswarapu
Swapna Eleswarapu
Posted on : 22 Dec 2016

Don’t add to the pain of a breakup by losing your dignity. Sussanne Khan shows the way by being around Hrithik before the release of his fil...

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31 Jan 2017

Comment : The gift of being able to sleep in on weekends because my husband makes Maggi for our daughter.

What gifts do we truly treasure? A diamond, an exotic holiday or just time spent together burning the dal, cracking bad jokes or maybe just enjoying the silence of understanding? Would love to hear the real "Gift of the Magi" stories I am sure all of us have.


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Jaisurya Das is one of India’s best known brand professionals who has powered winning initiatives for groups like the The Times of India among many others. The industry calls him a maverick and a marketing evangelist, both of which suits his personality! His work in managing media brands, large profit centres and mentoring sees no boundaries.


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Swapna Eleswarapu Commented

27 Dec 2016

Comment : This story resonates with me so much, because it resembles what is happening to someone very close to me. For reasons I can never fathom, she doesn't like to let people know what she's going through. I always wonder why women in such situations cannot simply break free.

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08 Dec 2016

Comment : The hard part will the the guilt from feeling you aren't doing enough, and that comes from within, as you say. If we don't do this now, won't we regret it in ten years' time? There's no turning the clock back.
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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27 Sep 2016

Comment : Finding such companionship in a marriage is rare; I can imagine how much you miss him. I admire your strength and courage.
Travelling In Memory Of My Husband | Bonobology

Travelling in memory of my husband

Sita Kolluru
Sita Kolluru
Posted on : 27 Sep 2016

It was something they both liked and enjoyed. Continuing to travel is her way of keeping memories of her husband alive

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