About


Yeah!! So about me..

My name is Bhavia..

..which means “Polite” but looks like my parents chose me a wrong name as I have hardly found myself being a polite woman.

I had to ditch Mammootty as I fell in love with  Rajinikanth after migrating to Madras from the mallu land.But I am still a huge fan of Malayalam movies and Malayalam literature.

All my posts are the after effects of my mood swings .i.e. every post has another story behind it.Even this blog has a story behind it as this blog is my fourth attempt to make people read what I have written.

I am the typical Aquarius girl but beware of my masqueraded charm.

48 thoughts on “About

  1. LOL, thanks for pointing out what your name meant. I kept thinking what this name that sounds like Sony Bravia actually means !! :D :D :D

    Came here through some insane brains blog ! Apparently, she has only you in her blogroll !! :P

  2. Generally I don’t read article on blogs, however I would like to say that this write-up very forced me to check out and do so! Your writing taste has been amazed me. Thank you, quite great post.

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  4. Accidentally get a chance to peep into your blog. but incidentally took a note on the sub-urban train masala and sent to The Hindu. as per Editor, will be published along with Chennai Central.

    Keep blogging..

  5. Greetings Bhavia,

    I am writing blogs and articles for dreamsbeyondbasics.com, an organization that focuses on giving aid to Indian women and girls on an international and local level. I think our site would greatly benefit from you sharing your story.
    You could either write a blog for us or you could answer some interview questions with me, and I could put them into blog post form.
    I can be contacted at hollyhastoes@gmail.com.
    Keep up the good work. :)

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  8. Hi! :)
    You seem just like me. My father is from Kerala too, but is a fourth-generation settler in Chennai. :)
    I really love your blog and writing. Please do check out my blog at http://www.sunsandstarsanddreams.com

    The Sunshine Award is symbolized by a flower that one blogger can give to other “bloggers who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere”.
    I’ve nominated you for the Sunshine Award at
    http://sunsandstarsanddreams.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/sunshine-awards/

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    • hi
      in our childhood our teachers strip us naked as a punishment in front of girls and whole class.it is very uncomfortable to face such punishments even girls in our class use to tease us while we were in the punishment

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