I am no expert on marital disputes and related cases. However, this article caught my eye and I thought I should share it with you guys. It's a report that Indian Express carried on March 31, 2016. Written by Man Aman Singh Chhina | Chandigarh | Published:March 31, 2016 7:21 pm A panel of experts of… Continue reading MOD not happy with increase in awarding maintenance allowance to military wives
There should be two stories under this title — the first Ladies' Meet that I attended, and the first Ladies' Meet I hosted. As luck would have it, both these historical accidents incidents happened at the same Ladies' Meet. It was my first month as a newly wed in my husband's unit, which was hosting this mega… Continue reading My first Ladies’ Meet!
I am married to an Army man. This simple introduction will tell you ten thousand things about my life. And we know the value of ‘life’ like no one else. We are a typical tribe Yes, we are. There are some attributes that are unique to us. Many of you know us as the super-stylish… Continue reading Confessions of an Army Wife
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
Sharing a beautiful post written by a blogger whom I immensely admire for her varied skill-set. Gunjan Upadhyay Mishra, a fellow Army wife and writer, has knocked it out of the park for a six with this piece.... THE UNSUNG HEROS: INDIAN ARMY WIVES Once, Yama, the ruler of hell, heard a large group of women… Continue reading *Guest Post* The Unsung Heroes: Indian Army Wives
Time for readers to pour in some relationship advice. Here's a young girl who wants to marry her Lt Sa'ab but her parents are not in favour of pyaar wala shaadi. Give her some strength guys! Some suggestions I received through Facebook -
The impact of my Major Sa'ab's announcement that he would soon be on the adjutant's chair can be accurately compared to that of an iceberg hitting the Titanic. This blog post by A Curious Army Wife is dedicated to the wives of those adjutants, who live a life worthy of a field allowance even during… Continue reading Kissa Adjutant ki kursi ka!
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!
Every three months, hundreds of officers of the Indian Army across all arms descend on the cantonment town Mhow (near Indore) and bury themselves in books. The grueling Junior Command course, better known as JC, is a training course that they take very seriously. This year, Major Sa'ab was among the JC Boys (as I… Continue reading Make some noise for the JC boys!