My First Hero and Constant Support: A Tribute to a Loving Father

By Tina Agarwal for Twisted Tiara “It was my father who taught me to value myself” The proverb holds true for me. I never had a lot of trust in myself but my father always proved to me that I can do anything I set my mind to; he was the one who showed me… Read More

A Letter to my Unborn Child: My Hopes for the Future Generation of India

by Deepshikha for Twisted Tiara To my Unborn Child, I’m not sure how to begin this letter; there is so much I want to say to you. The world is an interesting place, but it can also be dark and full of terrors. I want to protect you, but I also want to give you… Read More

The Shocking Reality of Child Labour in today’s India

If you have lived in India long enough, you are no stranger to the term child labour. We have seen it in the service industry, in the domestic labour industry, and even in construction. It’s one of those unethical parts of the Indian society that has been normalised, an issue that is common but silenced.… Read More

Stress Awareness Month: Paradox of Pressure in a Patriarchy – A Male Perspective

By Yash Kapadia for Twisted Tiara The idea that men could have it tough in a patriarchal society, seems counterintuitive. However, it doesn’t take movies like 3 Idiots, Peepli live and Udaan to remind us of the many forms of social pressures and stresses that most Indian men are subjected to. Barring the fabled hermits… Read More