Tuli Banerjee is a feature writer and an ex-journalist. She loves reading and crafting content about love and relationships. Tuli earned a gold medal for her Masters in English Literature from the Gujarat University. She is a lover of world cultures, reptiles, food, oceans and wild spaces.

A full throttled romantic at heart, to whom passion and spontaneity come naturally.

Romance, Humor, Quality Time

Lack of communication

All the Chicken Soup Series, All of Thomas Hardy Books

Closer; Same Time, Next Year; If Only; A Streetcar Named Desire

Thai, Anything that is Steamed, grilled or Barbecued

 
 

Stories by Tuli Banerjee

Marriage or Career - Why do women always have to choose? | Bonobology.com

It's time to wake up and smell the coffee, boys

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 24 Mar 2017

Barnali Roy appreciates the film Badrinath ki Dulhania on our community forum for the way it turned patriarchal notions on its head and gave...

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Finding your Soulmate in your Spouse | Bonobology

Is your spouse your soul mate too?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 17 Mar 2017

Commander ‘Jae’ Rajesh wonders if it is necessary for your spouse to be your soul mate too. Bonobology readers share their views...

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Couples who drink together stay together? | Bonobology

Does drinking together take the edge off relationships?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 10 Mar 2017

Is sitting over single malts with your spouse an antidote to all the differences you have? Bonobology readers share their views...

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Men in the Kitchen | Bonobology

Do men who cook make the best lovers?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 03 Mar 2017

Bonobology’s community forum finds Komal probing whether enjoying the challenge of cooking up the perfect dish enables a man to perfect his ...

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Love at first ride? | Tuli Banerjee, Bonobology

Love at first ride?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 24 Feb 2017

Disha Dadlani asks on Bonobology’s community forum if one could find love or a friend in their co-passenger while using shared or pooled cab...

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Discussions by Tuli Banerjee

With how many persons can one be in love with in one lifetime?

I recently read an article that says we really fall in love only with three people in our lifetime. Would you agree to it? Or do you think otherwise? ... Read More


What do you do when you realize that the love of your life has visited you after the mistake of your life?

Sometimes the love of your life comes after the mistake of your life. How do you deal with it then when you happen to realize this? ... Read More


When boredom or familiarity threatens to end your marriage

Valentine's Day is nearing. While I am a super romantic person who always thinks of ways to keep the romance ignited in my relationship, I find many ... Read More



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Tuli Banerjee Commented

11 Mar 2017

Comment : It is common knowledge that every romantic relationship - be it the first, second, third - is filled with all sorts of drama and stress factors that come from two strangers meeting and forging life on the basis of attraction and love thereafter. Nicely penned.
Coping up with the partner

She loves three men and I'm coming to terms with it

Arijit Ghosh
Arijit Ghosh
Posted on : 07 Nov 2016

Compersion is defined as finding joy when your loved one invests in and takes pleasure from another romantic or sexual relationship

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Tuli Banerjee

Tuli Banerjee Commented

08 Mar 2017

Comment : I feel the partner is always a priority. Of course when you have a baby or a toddler, the baby needs more attention and needs to be attended on a priority basis. But if the comparison is between a grown up baby and a spouse, I would choose to prioritize my spouse. The child will grow up and fly away - will have his or her own life. It is the partner who will be with you forever.

When it comes to the question of priority or attention, everyone has an opinion on who is more important, your partner or child. What is yours?


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Saumya Tewari is a PhD student at TISS, Mumbai, specialising in public policy and is an independent social research consultant and writer.  To take a break from serious public policy and academic writing, she hopes to write a novel soon.


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Poet, writer and academician, Joie Bose is considered one of the best emerging poets writing in English from Kolkata. Her first collection of poems is Corazon Roto and Sixty Nine Other poems. She was co-editor of Dawn Beyond the Waste. She is the General Secretary of Poetry Paradigm, the first English Poetry collective, of Kolkata. Her short stories and poems have been published in several anthologies in both India and abroad, and have been featured in The Statesman and The Telegraph. She is currently writing her PhD dissertation on Diaspora Studies.



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