When the Curious Army Wife doesn't get her prescribed dose of phone calls, she resorts to making mean memes of Major Sa'ab. Sigh! What do you do when your man is out of network or just doesn't call fyou for weeks at end?
In case you are a new bride or someone who is not from the Army fraternity (but were kind enough to stop by here to read this blog), Veer Nari is the name given to a war widow in India. She is officially defined as "The widow of defence personnel who has laid down his… Continue reading Salute the Veer Nari
Happy Army Day everyone! I hope more young men and women realise what a challenging and noble profession this is, and join the Indian Armed Forces. Let us take a moment to salute our men in olive greens who don't always get the luxury of sitting in an AC room, or having ghar ki roti,… Continue reading J&K, Andamans…. been there, done that!
So there we were, dancing at the IMA Ball in Dehradun, where future officers training at the Indian Military Academy have a gala time before military service beckons, and this strange thing caught my eye. I wish I had taken a better picture. But there is only so much I can do with a normal… Continue reading Kamar kass ke!
Reaching a wider set of readers is always a dream and a struggle. But this hard-hitting magazine Fauji India made this a little easy for me and gave the Curious Army Wife some precious space in their 82-page May issue! I've only gone through the April and May issues so far, and I feel the stories… Continue reading A Curious Army Wife finds her way into the Fauji India pages!
This December, Capt Sa'ab was promoted to the rank of Major, which meant two things -- a kickass party at home and his promotion at ACuriousArmyWife blog as well. I got this four pound camo-print cake made for him with words 'Sala mein Major Sa'ab ban gaya' on it (a spin on the bollywood song… Continue reading Major Sa’ab!
This is a picture taken by Capt Sa'ab, who was recently out for a camp with a bunch of other faujis. The day they landed at the camp site they realised they had some unusual guests. Three kittens living in the barracks had accidently gotten themselves packed with the men's stuff! Well, needless to say,… Continue reading Protecting everyone!