May 15, 2006

Must Read

Filed under: Of men women and Eunuchs,personal,Random — Kaveeta Oberoi Kaul @ 11:22 pm

Hey Guys,

Miss you too.

Meanwhile, I suggest you go to this e-mag by Kavita Chhibber.

Not only is it a great read, but Kavita is one of the most loving, caring and warm human beings I have had the good fortune to encounter. That she is an erudite journalist is a given and only contributes to the success of her mag.

More Power to you Kavita..( it a mere coincidence that kavi/eetas are err..nice?)

So go on and visit the site.

Even on vacation I had a quick ‘dekho’.. could not resist it.


  1. I agree.Kavita Chhibbers site is interesting.There is so much to read. I will have to go thre again. Your contribution in Womens voice there was really nice too. Kavitas introduction about you in her writeup and yours of hers here proves that the two of you are bonded. I see more of female bonding on the web than male. I guess we women are open to feeling camaraderie easier than our male counterparts.
    Both Kavitas maybe a factor but not necessarily.Women Bond, simply.

    Comment by puja — May 17, 2006 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  2. Dear Kaveetaa, how’s the holiday coming along? Is is a work-holiday?(smiles.)

    I agree Puja, I feel too women bond in comraderie on a more deep/personal level than men can.

    Men, tend to become too competitive in male-dominating(know it all, strongest, biggest, etc.)

    Though, I agree women can be equally as competitive and almost downright dangerous; women still tend to explore friendships with other women, on more of a reflection of our gender; rather than in a reflection of societal expectation of gender-roles.

    Have a great week, everyone!

    Miss you Kaveetaa… and your awesome topical issues here at Sachiniti!

    I love Kavita new site layout! Very chic and easier to navigate!!

    Read your article there! You two women rock; and give us girls a good name(thank you.)


    Comment by North — May 17, 2006 @ 7:50 pm | Reply

  3. With so much female bonding happening, I ‘m feeling so not-wanted here.
    But, hey! I’ve been missing you as well!!
    And now I hear that the vacation has been extended!!
    Gosh!!! How the other half lives!!

    Comment by Chameleon's Karma — May 19, 2006 @ 10:02 am | Reply

  4. Hey puja,

    Thanks…and yes Women bond simply.

    A far cry from the crabby, mentality of ancient eras of vamps. But frankly, I think on the web its not so much a gender issue. Since it is primarily a meeting of minds and sensibilities, gender is not of as much consequence.

    Kavita n me have never met.We found each other on another wonderful site ‘Intentblog’ and her sensitivities helped me reclaim those of mine, and vice versa. It carried on from there. To a time when she can count on me as much as I can on her.

    I have often imagined a time when all we see of people are their auras. A time when words are not the currency of exchange of thoughts, just thoughts are potent enough. No room for deceipt there. Wouldnt it be great?

    Hey North,

    You are a pet and missed too.

    The fact that I dont miss an opportunity to visit my site speaks volumes of how disconnected I feel away from my blog. A vacation is essential, so is family time. But(sigh) it emphasises the need for a telepathic communication. Does it not North? Do away with comps and broadband and all of the rigmarole.
    Simply envision a thought and transmit into space. And Poof! it arrives right on 🙂

    We women are adept at verbalising our emotions, one way or the other(wink wink). Since the core of our intrinsic nature is so honed in similarities, all barriers are basically artificial and transcendable. No wonder then that pain, joy, accomplishment, and other such feelings are so easily identifiable. Men, perhaps would rather feel unique and hate to admit the commonality of their feelings. I maybe entirely wrong. Just analysing why they dont often engage themselves in activities that accentuate bonding. Unless its politcs, sports and ofcourse.. Women.

    Am trying to squeeze every minute of relaxation as I possibly can.. and storing it camel-like to enable it to re-surface in moments of hectic activity back in the world of mad running around.

    Just a few days to go.

    Hey C.K.

    C’mon its really not entirely about women bonding as much as bonding per se. But you must have experienced the fact too, that when women get along like a house on fire, the world stares agape. Thats one of the endearing qualities of women I guess. We give easily and without reservation.

    How on earth do you get your information?

    And it seems as if half the world is on holiday!

    Ciao soon.

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — May 19, 2006 @ 3:48 pm | Reply

  5. HI Kaveetaa, great to hear word; and that you are enjoying a holiday away from the rigamarole. Definately family/rest is crucial, and I’m glad you don’t deny yourself this blessing! Too many families do; and before you know it, they’ve grown a-part.

    Looking forward to your return, hope to hear some wonderful visions you’ve had or experienced when in holiday mode.

    CK-don’t feel out of place; it’s nice for us women to have a man’s perspective on our meanderings.

    Love & Blessings, North

    Comment by North — May 24, 2006 @ 4:10 am | Reply

  6. Hey North,

    I am back..presently disoriented, wide awake and groggy simultaneously if you know what I mean..awake coz the pressure is building up of a thousand things that need to be done n groggy coz I didnt want the vacation to end n therefore the resistance of missing on the nightingale cooing ever so lovingly on my hotel room each morning..(sigh).. nyways, rest is best in small quantities, or it wouldnt be termed so ..right?

    will post soon.

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — May 24, 2006 @ 9:14 am | Reply

  7. Dear Kaveetaa, welcome back!

    Gosh, when my ex and I used to travel for holiday; we always felt we needed another one, just to rest from the initial holiday! lol

    Ooh, must have been glorious, to be wakened by a nightengale each morning!! wow!

    Can hardly wait to hear about your Blessings and adventures!


    Comment by North — May 24, 2006 @ 8:04 pm | Reply

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