I’m many things rolled into one – mom, wife, teacher, trainer, management consultant, writer. 

Having has the privilege of growing up in many places, I carry different elements within me that defines my personality and influences my writing. Of the many interests, travel has been the main source of inspiration for of most my writings. I also write because I find it therapeutic, as it helps me unwind, rejuvenate and find peace within myself.

I’m currently based in Bangalore, where I also run an independent training and management consultancy, working flexible hours.

Through this blog, I am trying to document my journey of thoughts on life, travels, reflections and memories.

9 Comments
  • Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

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    PRODUCTION OF SOCIAL SPACE: Ma’am, Perhaps you do understand that we, in this entire Indian sub-continent are too insensitive on children’s basic rights, least bother about degraded environment, crooked Politics, mass corruption, horrible Public workplace. The common conscience of most of us is directed by Culture of Poverty, irrespective of religion or gender, dwell in pavement or apartment. As having no clear idea about the exact location of ‘it’, do nurture right inside our own home. The inherent concept of parenthood by own procreation only (mean consumerism / animal instinct, a crime indeed), deliberately deny the basic rights of a caring and dignified living to all our children, compel them to survive within a society where quality Space is almost nil. An initiation to eradicating it, install true love(values), modernity in our own mindset require a few lifestyle modifications – refrain us from the pleasure / comfort of producing any child by any means till the society improves. Adopt or sponsor child born out of extreme poverty around us instead, to erode the hopelessness syndrome, corruption psyche. An unprejudiced participation to ignite a movement Production of Space (Henri Lefebvre) is a necessity at present, decent & dedicated politics can certainly be experienced.

  • G Angela

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    You are an interesting person, like your page and enjoyed reading your post, thanks for sharing about your self:)

  • Jeanna

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    Hi Esha, couldn’t find an email for you but if you like I can put a link to your WW in my sidebar. My comments don’t allow for links.

  • yarnspinnerr

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    Impressive.
    Thanks for the visit & Welcome.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you! 🙂 Happy to link up here.

  • calensariel

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    Thank you so much for the follow, Esha. Btw, did I mention our daughter is from Bangalore?

    • Esha Mookerjee Dutta

      My pleasure, Calen! Oh, great to know about your daughter. You must bring her to see Bangalore someday 🙂

  • parulthakur24

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    Good to know about you Esha! Will see you around.

    • Soul Talk

      Likewise Parul! We live in the same city, so looking forward to meeting you someday 🙂

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