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Shweta Hardikar
Foodie, Technical Writer and a Blogger
Foodie, Technical Writer and a Blogger
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The battle with the name!
I am Shweta Hardikar married to Deven Kher. My marriage certificate says so, my passport says the same. I have a joint account with my husband just to prove that we are indeed together in the eyes of the lawmakers. In the eyes of the God, we are already tog...

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Coming out - Freedom to love
Source: Arjun Kamath Photography The best teacher is the one who teaches us things outside the syllabus. Growing up, I didn't know much about homosexuality. All I heard were strong objections against homosexuals in India. A film being banned, posters burned...

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My happy place
This could be a long blog post about how much I miss the rains back home. Or this could just be the one stating my undying love for the rains and my home. I don't know what I miss more, the rains, a hot cup of tea, view from my balcony, the blooming garden,...

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So much depends on a red wheelbarrow
Source: http://www.aplithelp.com/red-wheelbarrow-much-depends-noticing/ so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens

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Don't put me on a pedestal
I refuse to be an ideal woman. I am no longer going to juggle between my home and my work. Some days, work takes a priority, some days my home. I won't be the one to cook a meal because I am a girl. I will cook because I love creating magic out of the munda...

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The Recycled Book Store
I love the smell of a new book almost as much as Hermione loves the smell of a parchment. However, I recently discovered that I love the stains on the second hand books, the yellowed paper, nondescript scribbles, and broken bindings more than a brand new bo...

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Live alone woman, find yourself in your solitude
As I mentioned in my earlier post , my biggest regret is that I didn't live on my own in my 20s. I came to Pune for my Masters education and since we were not so great on funds, lived with my sister and her family. Two years later I was graduated and had a ...

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A blog post after a long time!

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And then she crossed the line...
I turned 30 this year.  No, not today. In May. I moved to a new country and for the first time, was alone on my birthday. My husband had to work and since we didn't have a car, I cooked the birthday meal, something which I hate doing on my special day, beca...

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