My mom used to say that she was Bengali in her last life, as she loves to wear Bengali sarees, bindi and shakha pola. I got these three things from her as an inheritance. I got something else as well as an inheritance, love for Bengali people. Somehow, people who influenced my life are either Bengalis or South Indians (Kinjal is an exception as she is Gujju). These two Bengali beauties, who are writers, super moms and my guide, are behind this journey.
I remember when Pritha had published her book “Blissful Discontent” in 2013, I got so much inspired that I started my blog and then story writing. I used to bother her day and night with my write-ups for her feedback. Pritha patiently handles my desperateness and gives me her feedback. Thank you Pritha for being there for me.
Dear Natasha Di
All I can say you are one of the best blessings God has showered me with. You are not only my mentor in writing but in life too. I learn so much from you every day. You are my friend, mentor, sister and Shakabuku mother. I love you di. I cannot say much, as I will start crying.
love both of you…
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