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ihmIndian Homemaker: whom many of you have read, and learned from, the courage of conviction and refusal to bow down to injustice. An urban Indian homemaker who passionately writes against gender bias, and biases against girl children; against all stifling stereotypes.

IHM says, “Injustice and cruelty  bothers me. I feel there’s always something we can do. When we can do nothing else, we can create awareness.”

IHM’s personal blog: The life and times of an Indian Homemaker, twitter: @meihm


Solilo: whose balanced and heartwarming writing has touched so many of us. And incidentally she’s is the gifted artist behind the banner, and the advisor on Art Work. A Management Analyst who believes in taking a stand against hypocrisy, discrimination and injustice and prefers to be opinionated than sitting on the fence.

Solilo says, “Not every woman is as educated and privileged as you and me. Even the smallest voice will make a difference in someone’s life. Let it be your voice.”

Solilo’s personal blog: Soliloquies of an Opinionated mind, twitter: @solitalks


indyeahIndyeah: the fiery and passionate young learner, who opens our eyes and our sensitivity to so very much of our Heritage, our Memories, and jogs the sense of responsibility we need to discover and work with. A teacher who is proud to be a feminist because she believes that everyone who believes in gender equality is a feminist.

Indyeah says, “If you are wrong, accept it…
If you are right, then refuse to back down….
If your gut instincts said something else and you went against them because everyone else said so then you deserve to be castigated…”

Indyeah’s personal blog: Consider it Crashed, twitter: @indyeahforever


ushaUsha Pisharody: a quixotic rambler she calls herself, led by the need to do what she can, to raise her voice, to hold hands to make the world a safer place, especially for Women and Children. A senior teacher and a poet who is an icon to all, young and old.

Usha says, “The best moments of life are spent in spontaneity, and just being oneself, naked of the ego, and its excess baggage. It is the most difficult thing to do and that is why I savour the natural and love the immediacy and spontaneity of children.”

Usha’s personal blogs : Overdrive and A Quest, twitter: @ushustweets


This is a venture, prompted by an impulse that suddenly took hold of us, and we met in the Indian Woman!

We look forward to your views, perspectives and notions!

11 Comments leave one →
  1. October 30, 2009 4:29 am

    Welcome to new abode…This is my visit to this blog and i m wondering why i didnt notice this earlier…

    Wishing you all the best in this noble cause…

  2. October 30, 2009 3:04 pm

    Best wishes to NGI in WP! I just linked to here.

  3. October 30, 2009 6:22 pm

    Rashmi & Lakshmi : Thank you. You can also contribute here.

  4. October 31, 2009 10:14 am

    Congratulations to NGI on the new move.

    All the very best to you on all your future posts.

  5. tikulicious permalink
    December 15, 2009 8:40 am

    It is wonderful to see you all on Wp. Best wishes .

  6. March 30, 2010 5:58 am

    The day both the genders cease to think that they turn into equal mates by transforming roles…
    The day a woman stands up for her cause no matter what…
    The day a man stands up to fight for justice no matter what…
    The day, men and women are prepared to defend each other…

    That day we would have achieved equality in gender.

    Best Wishes to all of you.


  7. April 24, 2010 12:25 pm

    nice very nice,,,,

  8. June 9, 2010 12:23 pm

    Gr8 initiative….all the best 🙂

  9. June 27, 2010 1:07 pm

    This is a rather belated thank you but a very hearfelt one dear friends.
    Deeps, Tikuli,Shail, Leo- Thank you so very much. Your wishes mean a lot.

  10. September 8, 2010 10:36 am

    Hi! This is my first visit here. Even I am wondering, how come I didnot see this earlier. All the best to your for this great cause. I also write on gender issues, would like to join u.


  11. November 26, 2012 2:31 pm

    As an American woman who enjoys studying women and more recently Indian women (currently doing a research project on widows in AP), I am happy I stumbled on your blog! Hope to see more posts!

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