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“Son, you better concentrate on your studies else you have to sit at home and cook food for the family...” said an annoyed parent to draw some sense into the frivolous child. This certainly sounds like a serious dialogue of the age old time. Today, career in culinary art has become one of the most interesting and well paid occupations. Food is not just something we need to survive, but has become a source of income to survive. Food is one of the greatest pleasures in life if it is preparedMORE
Is your child artistically inclined? That’s wonderful, really! But are you open to the idea for your ward to choose ‘Art’ as a Career ?
We live in society where accomplishments are constantly being measured according to our merits.But our ideas regarding success should be our own and children should be allowed to pursue this vocation to find out if their hobby can turn into a passionate career choice.
‘Arts’ does not necessarily mean poor hungry artists, neither is it
Every Sunday morning turns out to be a blissful one for us. We get transformed to a musical world of the golden era. It is our son, Abhishek on his keyboard playing RD Burman and Kishore Da numbers. When I see his fingers swaying between the keys and cords playing those rich musical notes, it makes me feel so proud. I still remember those days when his little fingers would struggle to reach the keys. It is his interest in music and his sincere practice that has helped him learn thisMORE
On this Republic Day, my 4 year old daughter had a ‘talk on competition’ in her school. The topic was ‘My favourite community helper’. I was preparing her to talk about ‘teacher’ and she was trying to learn those lines without any interest. Just one day before the competition, she told me ‘Mom, I don’t want to talk about teacher. I want to talk about ‘doctor’ and I want to become a doctor when I become BIG.’ I was surprised at her thought. At this tender age, she has already decided what sheMORE
5,4,3,2,1… Blast off!!
At age 4 – My little boy loved to play with his rocket and liked to dress up as an astronaut. At age 9- He now enjoys reading about the planets and the universe, gets excited hearing about India’s spacecraft landing on Mars. And very soon he happily announces that he wants be an astronaut when he grows up!
Being an astronaut is a dream for lots of children. Many questions raced through my mind as to how I as a parent can help fulfil his dream without