Debashree Basak

Debashree Basak

 10 months ago

An erstwhile banker and a logophille at heart. Being an imperfect mother, she plays her part. Totally believe in the incredible power of words. Hence, I try 'n contribute in my own minuscule way!

Member since Sep 14, 2020

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2020 The Best Teacher

This year 2020 has coerced me to believe, that the “Best Teacher” of our lives undoubtedly goes to the year 2020. Before the year...

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No divides please!

Though we might be at the zenith of technological evolution and witnessing a humongous change in lifestyle still we’re primitive when...

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Meet Dhanlaxmi Debashree Basak

Being raised by a mother, who was placed so well professionally and even personally in the domestic front, getting inspired was but...

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It's Ok baby to dream big!

These days we parents incessantly crave for our children to excel in almost every sphere. Many harbor dreams of top colleges, followed...

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Motherhood and its MOJO... All love begins...

They say “Pregnancy is the only such thing that allows the to-be mother to fall in love with someone you never met”. That’s the first...

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Our ACHIEVEMENTS DOES NOT reflect our TRUE...

Rianna has been a fiercely aggressive girl throughout her school life. Though her level of intelligence outperformed many of her peers,...

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Go Girl.. More power to you, ALWAYS!

Yesterday during my sporadic leisure time, I managed to accidentally view a very old ad campaign-#LikeAGirl by Always (the feminine...

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Let's bust the myth of being "Perfect"

On a bright spr5ing afternoon, Rene lay almost lifeless, groggy from sedation as she delivered her gorgeous baby after frantic 5 hours...

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Healthy, tasty and nutritious Cake.

As mommies we often fret about kids not eating properly or being picky eaters. As parents its our job to model good eating habits....

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Are we really connected?

Though bulky and totally immobile, still there was a mystic charm about landline telephones. I vividly remember when I was a child,...

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