THESE WOMEN IN MY LIFE – BALANCING FOR BETTER πŸ˜Œ

I am sure, the title itself creates a very negative image of me in the minds of my readers. Trust me, I am not a womanizer. πŸ˜›

I am really blessed to have them in my life. I always praise God for all these beautiful women in my life who along with my male comrades wrote a number of articles, poems, quotes etc., to bring hope in the lives of many.

Today, on this special day, I have listed out, a few praiseworthy attributes they possess as a woman that I observed in them with my limited knowledge. I have also included the first article or poem that they had contributed to Candles Online as a sweet memory and for the readers to know about their beginnings – small or big.

The numbering before the names are not RANKS but just the way I listed them while writing this piece.

Now, without delay, meet the world’s 34 greatest women as under:

  1. Rajnandini: (First Article) I never found her. She found a piece of Candles (Printed copy) from somewhere and sent me an email, years back. And then, she never stopped sending till now… Her love for doing something good has never let her take a step backward. The best attitude as a woman which she has which I tried to learn, is her disciplined life. Whenever I share a new idea with her to start something new, she would discourage me` saying, “Bhai, check if you can manage to do it first… I personally don’t want to get involved in it… I have already so many on my plates.” And you know what, I don’t feel like going ahead with my idea anymore afterward when she says. But that was for my good and it does help me many times. I know, I am very enthusiastic when I start something fresh but after some time because of time constraints, I lose interest. If I ever try to introspect and retrospect, I look back to her though she is much younger to me. She derives that respect from me because of who she is. She has extended her hand a bit and created a blog of her own recently. Do have a look at it.
  2. Aastha: (First Article) She made me her Dada. She included me in her life. It has significance. Why so? Because I always search for people and bring them in my life. In her case, it was another way around. Once, my wife said, “Aastha says everything on your face and I really like her for that“. I agreed to her. She never shies away to utter what is right. I am very straight forward like her and really proud to have her as my sister – siblings do have similar attributes… Isn’t it? πŸ˜‰ Another sparkling attribute she has, that’s she is not a woman of many words but a doer of what she professes. When it comes to work, she is completely into it. Read her heart more at her own blog.Β 
  3. Saakshi: (First Article) If you want to know how to shower goodness then learn from this woman. I have never seen such a lovable girl like her. Despite her daily portion of pains, when she laughs aloud, my heart fills with love for her. She is a child in her and the fun part is, I call her ‘Daughsis‘ (daughter- sister). Her age makes her my sister but her heart makes her my daughter. A girl or woman like her teaches all of us to be very simple-hearted in life, not to be so complicated. She is an excellent writer and has a blog for you to read her more as well.
  4. Kalpana: (First Article) An easy woman to talk to and convey the message. But her smiling face shines her beautiful character and personality. I think probably everyone on my team has got at least a comment or two from her. She never ignores a single message in the group. She is the only teammate who once beat me in regards to the number of comments left on the site recently. Being attentive to all, being an amicable person, are some of the great qualities of a woman that I always learn from her and everyone should learn as well. The best part about her is… she stopped writing for her blog after joining Candles Online.
  5. Sreepriya: (First Article) Does she ever get angry? I have never seen her so. She never says, ‘NO’ to me. Why? She is very good when she writes her heart out on her blog. Tolerance will be the word if I have to give a name to her person. I know, I have quite a number of women like her in my team… But she somehow stands out alone in regards to doing everything with a smile on her face.
  6. Prabhjot: (First Article) Commitment and loyalty are two beautiful attributes of a human (not of a woman only). And she has always been a very committed writer even when she lacked motivation. Once, I told her to take a break if she wants. But she said, “This is the only place where I write… I don’t want to lose that opportunity.” I am really grateful to her friendship and her loyalty to Candles Online which actually made me move ahead with my many plans. She was the sole receiver of all my ideas initially. And she also shared a lot of her own ideas in the beginning.
  7. Pradita: (First Article) Apart from Aastha, she is another one who calls me Dada and because of them, I feel like in a family more than just a writing community. If I have to learn from this woman then I won’t be able to finish praising her. She is an ace writer. No one will deny it that – she is the Sachin Tendulkar of Candles Online. A powerful thinker – her poems are simply out of the box. She is the only one I am jealous of… Why?? Because previously, I used to think I have a better sense of analogy but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO… She has beaten me there… 😦 . I am happy, that she has been beating me in everything. She has a library of her own, displaying her talents so visit her blog to read them yourself.
  8. Preeta: (First Article) I will never forget one thing that she told me once when I asked her, “Will you forget Candles Online as you started working?” Her response was, “How can I forget my roots“. She made me proud that day. She is a souvenir preserver. She stores memories and I relate that very well, as I keep storing memories in some form with me as well. I was amazed when she posted a poster that I made for her on her status after a year or so. I like to store She is a quiet observer and always shows concern if she feels something is wrong with the person close to her. Great attitude! Β 
  9. Vipra: (First Article) Obedience is the word that I can use for my beloved daughter. An adorable kid, who’s soon be the best woman in the world. Yeah, that’s my wishes for her. She researched me and found me. Nobody has ever done that. She simply listens to the instructions and obeys, no arguments and rude responses.Β I am not saying that all the women should be like that. I am just picking up a few of her beautiful attributes which makes her a fabulous woman.
  10. Aditi: (First Article) She demands. Who can demand? The one who thinks she has authority over a friend. Love that attitude in her. She complains a lot as a friend and I love them. She is a writer who enjoys doing so and doesn’t write when she is not motivated. She is a happy going person which always sends a positive vibe to people around her. Read her articles on her own blog.
  11. Kuljeet: (First Article) I have a privilege of talking to 99.99% of my teammates. But I get the best reception from her whenever I call her up. My heart fills with joy listening to her exuberant voice. She makes people comfortable. That’s a quality which makes a woman stand out as the best. And now I know, why she is called the “agony aunt” by her cousins and family members. πŸ˜› That sounds funny but a beautiful title to earn.
  12. Nilla: (First Article) She is the Big Mama of all… Caring, Warm, Loving, Concerned and what not. I rarely message her but whenever I message her she replies with the same warmth as she always does. She is an excellent caregiver. She is the only American among all of us and we are really proud to have her as our teammate.
  13. Sony: (First Article) A cousin who came to write with me after a lot of persistent attempts by me… but she is one who accommodates herself easily. Sometimes she amazed me with her thinking that she had reflected on her writings. She bends down instead of staying stiff and break under pressure.
  14. Prerna: (First Article) If I want my teammates to be enthusiastic and passionate about writing on Candles Online then I will wish them to be like this young girl. She is quick to submit her article, an ardent reader of all the articles published and passionate about writing. She grabbed the opportunity when offered as if she was eagerly waiting for it. This attribute of a woman of this age can really bring them to the top.
  15. Geetmalini: (First Article) She is a soft-spoken, warm and an adorable woman though she is unbeatable in regards to acquiring knowledge. An excellent storyteller and a great human being.
  16. Shwetha: (First Article) She is a wonderful woman with beauty, brain and strength. She has also a very good sense of analogy when she uses the words for her sweet and small poems. I believe those who can think well can have that talent reflecting on their lives. She thinks deep and when she wrote a motivational and inspirational write up she created ripple effects among the readers. She has that innocence on which her whole being is built amidst the chaos around her.Β  Trust me, she has the capability of boosting someone’s morale big time. Perseverance, that’s another attribute which she has that makes her very different than others.
  17. Shivangi: (First Article) She is Rajnandini’s fan… So, I don’t think I should say anything good about her… 😦 . Jokes apart, she is a very sweet girl and always knows how to express without hurting the person in front of her. Most women do that… Isn’t it? Read her articles on her own blog as well.
  18. Vidhi: (First Article) A very talented girl. I love her writing and always wish if she writes more Candles Online. But I know she is a student and needs to concentrate on her studies. She has a thinking brain and always tries to do what is right.
  19. Sanskriti: (First Article) Yeah, the Spooky Girl is very focussed on her studies. A woman focussed in her life can change the world. If you ever get an opportunity to visit her blog you will find, how focussed she is about what she writes.
  20. Ashrita: (First Article) She is one Bold and Beautiful woman. She speaks her mind when she writes. Her words are powerful and she deals the issues from the front. Read one of her bold and very poignant article on her own blog.
  21. Payal: (First Article) An adorable girl who is very sweet. She is an ardent reader and very observant. A very powerful attribute of a woman to be learned by all.
  22. Aparna: (First Article) A jolly and jovial girl with lots of dreams to achieve. She is passionate about her life and the purpose of life. Her clear knowledge about God and life at such a young age motivates me. She has a bigger part in my life like a daughter.
  23. Hina: (First Article) I haven’t interacted with her much but I appreciate her for showing interest to be part of the team and contribute few articles before getting occupied with her home, work and family.
  24. Smruti: (First Article) A multilinguistic and very power packed writer. Her life has trained her so. She is a fantastic woman despite her struggles. She can write fabulously in Hindi, Urdu, English and Odiya. She represents those women in the world who shine when tested in the heat of a fire.
  25. Avishikta: (First Article) She is my cousin. She fetches visitors. Her words are catchy and strong. She is a very adorable and intelligent female. She never writes very big and long yet never fails to get the attention.
  26. Kriti: (First Article) I haven’t interacted with her much but she explains one such attribute of a woman which is always regarded by all. That quality is – Cooking.Β Her blog is dedicated to all her experiments in the laboratory called, Kitchen.
  27. Khristina: (First Article) One of my favourite cousin whom I adore so much. She is a brilliant singer, a brilliant writer and a very passionate and focussed about her aim in life. Apart from being a very skilful writer, she is also very compassionate and caring woman.
  28. Megha: (First Article) I haven’t interacted with her much but I know,Β she is a multifaceted writer. In regards to writing,Β she has all the knowledge and wisdom. Her blog is the witness of her capabilities.
  29. Ruth: (First Article) Brilliant dancer and a gorgeous woman to behold. A great leader and passionate teacher.
  30. Samarpita: (First Article) A very simple lady with a mind and heart to give away her life doing things for people. She has always made herself available for serving the people around her with much humility. A great attribute to learn from her.
  31. Sulagna: (First Article) Till now no one has amazed me like her with her flares of words when she writes a post or article. She is an extremely talented woman and very vocal (sharing out) when she wants to put a point across everyone.
  32. Deepa: (First Article) A lovable and very emotional lady but she is very adorable. When she writes (in her blog), she pours her heart out. That’s something very remarkable about her.
  33. Pratibha: (First Article) She is a retro girl with a style. She sprinkles gold flakes when she writes her sweetest poems – small and impactful. Her blog is the witness to what I said about her.
  34. Asha: (First Article) She is a great friend, a very intelligent female to have on the team. Her inputs are always great as she is a thinker and a vivid reader. I enjoy seeing her passion for books and learn that attribute of her – being passionate. Despite reading she writes very well as well in her blog.

Balance for BetterΒ is the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day, which we all observe every year on March 8. The 2019 initiative is aimed at gender equality, a greater awareness of discrimination and a celebration of women’s achievements, according to the International Women’s Day website. And as the leader of Candles Online, I would proudly dedicate this article to all the women associated with me as my teammates working together for a cause, a greater calling – balancing well for the better.

Wish you all 34 great women, a very HAPPY WOMEN’S DAY!

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47 thoughts on “THESE WOMEN IN MY LIFE – BALANCING FOR BETTER πŸ˜Œ

  1. Hahaha.. I loved your opening statement.. A Kickstart indeed.. Glad to meet these beautiful women of power, who has a special place in your heart.. Elated to be one among them. Thanks so much Charlie. Much humbled by your words. Hope to make a reentry to candles soon❀️

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    1. That ‘hope to make a reentry to candles soon’ filled my heart with joy, Deepa. And you deserved to be in the list. If you would not have contributed anything then I would not have the opportunity to write about 34 women but 33. Yeah, the kickstart statement was for the readers to read further. πŸ˜›

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  2. I am lucky to have interacted with Rajnandini, Kalpana, Sakshi, Pradita, Nila and Vipra, all of them portraying strength and success in their sphere.
    Thank you so much Bhai for the beautiful article. It’s a wonderful dedication.

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    1. Smruti, you are a star in my heart. You, yourself don’t know how much people around you get impacted by your words… And that’s why I encourage all my angels to do justice to their words because your word might be at work in someone’s life. This dedication is wonderful because you all are wonderful.

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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    1. Thanks, my dear adorable sis Geet. I love the dp you had put here. By the way, I pen beautiful lines for beautiful people only…

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  3. This is really sweet. Thank you so much, I’m grateful to have met you. I wish all these women all the luck and happiness. Happy Women’s Day ❀️❀️😁

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    1. You are the sweetest, Vidhi and one of the power pack girl. God bless you as you grow with such beautiful attributes. Don’t worry… I haven’t forgotten about your story… πŸ˜›

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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    1. What made you think that I will forget you, Ashrita? People those who come into my life, there’s no exit button for them after that… πŸ˜›

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  4. You haven’t forgotten to mention anyone!! As I went on reading, I was thinking whose name you must’ve left out n I’ll remind you – but you haven’t forgotten to mention any of our lady writers πŸ™‚
    A big thank you for your kind words n wonderful compilation!

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    1. Yeah yeah, you will always find mistakes in me to correct me… πŸ˜›

      It is a pleasure to dedicate by writing about you ladies. It is so much fun and satisfying to write about it.

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  5. Can’t say more than Thank you, and probably can’t thank you enough for constantly being on my side, bringing about a positive change in the way I look at things and life. Thanks for having me on this list.

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    1. Ab yeh thoda jyada formality nahi hua kya, Kalpu??? πŸ˜›

      You are not with me from the beginning but you are very trustworthy. Love that attitude. It is a pleasure writing about you all.

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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    1. That’s a perfect phrase you used for all of YOU – ‘WONDER WOMEN’. I really liked that.
      I am glad you liked it, Nilla… Thanks for your kind words for me too, dear.
      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  6. This is such an honor Chiradeep to be included in your list of favorites. I know I haven’t been a regular contributor to this amazing site of yours but as I always said you have done an awesome job of the collaborating so many writers and giving them this amazing platform.

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    1. Megha, it’s a pleasure. Appreciating, Appraising, Praising, Writing good about others are always very satisfying which people don’t understand. You won’t believe how amazing I felt after I finished this 2456 worded article.

      Don’t regret but contribute more… πŸ˜›

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  7. Wow! That’s so sweet of you.
    This was really a wonderful read and a great surprise for me. I wish I could have read this earlier. But thankyou so much❀❀

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    1. Betu, darling… I just posted it the time you read it… So don’t worry about reading it earlier. And thanks for that comment. The best part is, you don’t need to be informed that an article is published on Candles. Because there are many who don’t read it even if they are pushed many times… And I am always there to surprise you all the time… πŸ™‚

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  8. Thank you so much, Dada, for the love and respect you have given us ladies at Candles Online. Not many understand what it’s like to be appreciated for honest, good work. Sometimes they overpraise, sometimes they undermine your work. But you have always not only supported us but also been our critic and mirror. But the best lesson you taught me was how to stay hopeful in the face of trouble. Thank you once again and much love and regards. πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—πŸ’

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    1. My dear Sis, you always overwhelm me with your words. You won’t believe how satisfying I felt writing this article. It was big and tiring to write, yet I enjoyed writing about you all.

      Thanks for being a part of me and my family. ❀

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  9. So sorry for reading this article so late… I must tell you buddy it was an overwhelming feeling reading your article. Its just so thoughtful of you. And you have caught the essence of each woman in a few sentences. Great observations.. I am sure this article must have taken a lot of planning and thought..
    You are amazing….

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    1. You don’t need to be sorry, my buddy… But yeah, I was waiting for your response eagerly. I did know everyone quite a bit… I have the privilege of it. I am glad you liked it. Thanks for your feedback.

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