I am often quoted mentioning one aspect of my childhood that makes for the very DNA of who I am today. And that is that my younger sister and I grew up in a typical middle class household where we never faced any paucity of resources that were required for our growth and learning, yet there never ever wa a penny extra for any kind of splurging. Yet we had a fun filled childhood, with frequent weekend road trips to nearby getaways from Chandigarh, hours of cycling within our gated society and eons of hours spent playing indoor board games. And one person who has remained constant and played a vital role in maing my life fun-filled and worth remembering is my younger sister, Supriya.
As I reflect on my life today, I release that her role in shaping me up has been beyond the bouts of fun and fights that we lived through in our early life. So here’s an ode to my little sister, who I think has played a vital role in shaping me into who I am today – Continue Reading