Jamshed V Rajan (also known as Jammy) is a Chief Product Officer turned househusband who now loves to write books and create educational yet entertaining videos for kids. He is married to Rekha, who keeps him on a tight lease, and together they have two kids: Rhea, a nine-year-old daughter, and Ritwik, a three-and-a-half-year-old son. He is online 18 hours a day. 

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Couplehood by Paul Reiser

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Stories by Jamshed V Rajan

Raksha Bandhan Festival & Why I Dread It | Bonobology

Does Rakshabandhan scare you?

Jamshed V Rajan
Jamshed V Rajan
Posted on : 16 Aug 2016

Does this festival have an ‘other side?’ Perhaps, it does, says our humourist Jammy

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Comments: 0
Bonobology | Similarities Between an Indian Wedding & a Blog Camp

The similarity between marriage ceremony and blog camp

Jamshed V Rajan
Jamshed V Rajan
Posted on : 27 May 2016

What similarities does Jammy find between a blog-camp and a marriage celebration? Trust him to find some really rib-tickling ones!

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Comments: 0
Sometimes, all it takes is a light hearted approach to solve the most complex issues in a marriage

Of love, cartridges and razor blades

Jamshed V Rajan
Jamshed V Rajan
Posted on : 29 Apr 2016

Maybe, marriages are made in heaven but on earth, they are a high maintenance affair. Blogger Jammy, in his inimitable style, gives us the i...

Views: 819
Comments: 4
Get Lucky Tonight? | Bonobology

Is tonight the night?

Jamshed V Rajan
Jamshed V Rajan
Posted on : 17 Feb 2016

Making out takes a comic turn in our author Jammy's life.

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Comments: 5

 

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Jamshed V Rajan Commented

28 Oct 2016

Comment : I don't believe love goes away.

Though I haven't been able to test this hypothesis of mine but I think if you end up spending 24-48 hours with your first love, you have a high chance of poking the suppressed feelings long enough to wake them up.

The hypothesis is based on the fact that the first love would have been very basic, naive and yet heartfelt. It definitely wouldn't have been a calculated effort.

So yes, would meet and spend time with her. Maybe even try my hypothesis.

What will be your reaction if you come across her/ him, your teenage crush unexpectedlly? Will you avoid her or try to hide?

Will you be able to look into her eyes with same passion you once had?

Of course, each one has their own way of reacting.

Let's discuss how it would be for each of you?



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