On this episode the Peter and I share our stories and experiences of parenting during the season of festivals and what it was like to deal with a kid such crowded events. Be it weddings or other ceremonious events, “having fun” has changed forever for us.
“Iss desh mein angrezi zaban nahin hain, class hai” TRANSLATION – “In this country English is not a language but a class”. It’s amazing how much this holds true in our society, especially with the new National Education Policy coming out last month. It’s a classic struggle of Hindi speaking parents and English speaking parents. We also discuss the importance of knowing local languages in your own country.
In India you have the quintessential “Sharmaji ka beta” (loosely translated to “the neighbour’s son). The conscientious, rank# 1, nerdy kid your farther always wanted to have but unfortunately ended up at the neighbour’s.
Choosing a school for your kid is a dreaded experience nowadays. There is no comfort in seeing your child grow … More
What if we told you that even dads go through it in their own way but they are perhaps unaware of it or even if they are aware then they are just trying to suppress it.