Suchi Govindarajan


Suchi Govindarajan works as a technical writer. In her spare time, she does freelance writing and editing, and also volunteers with the Spastics Society of Karnataka. You can follow her on twitter: @suchiswriting

How to be a nationalist

Like a good Indian, on Independence Day, I went to the local stationery store, purchased two Indian flags that were made in China, and put them up outside our door.

Tests of faith

You should’ve seen it coming”, my PT sir said. He was right. What he didn’t know was that I was a pre-teen with all the hand-eye coordination of a drunk panda.

Shifty asanas for moral flexibility

We at the ministry of unsolicited advice and healthful advertising (MUA-HA) wish you a very Happy International Day of Yoga!

Because, men, you’re worth it

Dear men, are you in a constant state of shock and confusion due to the women’s rights movements? Do you feel weighed down by their demands for extreme things like equal rights and opportunities?

“I won’t compare you to a summer’s day That’s some dope-junkie’s metaphor I’m sure I’ll find other things to say Compliments I’ve never used before To describe the way your expressions

The agitation of the Patels in Gujarat has once again brought attention to the infuriating business of reservations in education and jobs.