I pay tribute to my mom and my guru on Women’s Day


I am an observant writer and motivational blogger. My blog is the true reflection of my soul. It spreads happiness and shows ways to smile even when time tests you. Organising effectively and managing time makes me productive. Over the years, I have become calm. I am clear of my goal and this makes my journey smooth. Currently, the focus is to win anger and use the power of the subconscious mind to control my brain.

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42 Responses

  1. Archana says:

    A perfect tribute to the perfect women of your life. Mothers are precious that only I can say. Sharing a unique bond of friendship with mother is something that can’t be expressed in words. And finding the right Guru who is able to bring back your lost dream to the life is the biggest blessing for anyone. I am glad to know you are following your passion.

  2. Ritu Bindra says:

    What a beautiful tribute to your mom and your guru. I have been following your dance journey and you are absolutely right, there is no age to learn. I must add that your blogs are always a breeze of positivity and calm each time I visit.

  3. Dipika Singh says:

    Moms have the ability to solve all the possible hurdles, they are the reason we are living breathing and taking the torch ahead of making women strong. They are the unsung heroes of our life.

  4. A lovely tribute to two people who inspired you to rise, Geethica. Our mothers truly define our lives and often we realise the value more only after we grow up.

  5. Abha Singh says:

    You are blessed to have two strong ladies in your life. What important lessons your guru taught you. Loved reading your article.

  6. Sreeparna Sen says:

    Gratitude and respect for others is what makes us stronger and humbler. Loved your take Geethica

  7. Varsh says:

    You’re so blessed to have the support and positivity of not one but two amazing women and gurus, Geet. It was great knowing about them. My regards to Aunty and hope someday I can see you two perform together on stage!

  8. Only mothers can give the right kind of decisions, constructive criticism and life lessons from them are always a go to savior. Kudos to your mom and you Geethica.

  9. MeenalSonal says:

    A beautiful tribute with such pure emotions! Happy to know that you have picked up your passion and completely agree rhat that there is no age bar to learn something. Best wishes!

  10. Harjeet Kaur says:

    A mom is a guru in all forms, but she has been a particular guru for you. Dancing is a precious art and to get it in a legacy from your mom is a blessing. Kudos to you for pursuing your passion. Wishing you the best always in whatever you do.

  11. harshita says:

    What a lovely tribute to your mother and your guru. Both seem to be strong ladies rooted to the ground. We need more role models like them to create a generation of women who have a core of steel and yet are comfortable in their feminity

  12. Tulika says:

    What a sweet post Geethica. Our moms are the first influence on us. It’s wonderful how the relationship changes from mom-daughter to one of companions. As for your guru, she must be truly exceptional. I was pleasantly surprised to see the pictures of your dance performance.

  13. Dashy says:

    You are lucky to have two such amazing ladies in your life. This is a beautiful tribute to them. Cheers to all the ladies who have been and continue to be a big influence in our lives.

  14. Manali Desai says:

    How inspiring these two women are. Their wise words surely made your life easier to sail through.
    I share a similar bond with my mother. God bless your relationships with these two superwomen.
    My favorite lines were, “I am surprised to see the same solutions applicable even decades after. Life never changes only people come and go. It’s interesting to know that there’s one person in everyone’s life with the same habits but from different generations.” I have also wondered about this many times as to how most problems have the same solution irrespective of age and time.
    Wonderfully written tribute, Geethica. Cheers!

  15. Modern Gyspy says:

    Lovely tribute to your mom and guru, Geethica! Our challenges remain pretty constant across generations, which I think is both interesting and frustrating, especially in areas where change is much needed. But still, knowing you have someone to lean on, who has gone before you, helps! And kudos to you for taking up dance again. Life truly is so much more beautiful with art, isn’t it?

  16. Anita Sabat says:

    Lovely tribute to Mother and Guru, Geethica.
    They have all the answers and solutions.
    Great to learn that you restarted Bharatnatyam lessons after a gap.
    There is no age to learn. May we make the best of our talents & energy.
    Proud of you!
    Keep going!

  17. Alpana Deo says:

    Having such two strong pillars in your life is a blessings. I have seen your dance performance video and was very proud of you to pursuing your passion. Having art in our life helps a lot in character building and comes with many perks. I am very happy that you have people in your life who support your decisions. Best wishes!!

  18. Kay says:

    Loved reading about the 2 most inspiring women in your life, Geethica. Yes, challenges remain the same more or less, across generations, across eons even. Been reading the Bhagavad Gita lately, and I realize that we, as humans, still tend to have the same basic doubts, confusions, questions, struggles, that are talked about in it.
    Congratulations on resuming Bharatnatyam again! To dreams and more!

    • Geethica says:

      Yes, I agree that Bhagwad Gita is still so relevant irrespective of the year we are living in. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  19. Geethica, firstly I am very proud of you for taking up your dancing passion once again. Like I say always, I am yet to resume my music learning and you’re my inspiration behind it, among others whom I consider as my inspiration to start learning music again. I am touched by the grace and wisdom you carry that was passed on as a lineage from your Guru ma. And of course, glad that you wrote about your mom. A very nice tribute to these two ladies. Thanks for joining the blog hop. Much gratitude.

  20. Lovely that you look up to your mom and guru. I have been wanting to write about my mom for a long time but one blog does not seem enough for me. Maybe I should try. God bless.

    • Geethica says:

      One blog? One lifetime is less to describe mom. But jokes apart, you should definitely start writing as and when thoughts come to you. Thanks, Cindy.

      • Sinjana Ghosh says:

        Deepest respect for your Mom and Guru for raising a woman like you and for nurturing the clasical art form of India. I would love to watch you n your mom at a concert some day. No one can be a better teacher and role model than mother .

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