Jeyaradha Jayaram

Jeyaradha Jayaram is a passionate blogger, writer and the author of the book Walking in the Simple City. She is a person who enjoys reading and writing blogs, giving her readers a tangible inspiration in leading a contented life. Having discovered life while exploring the gamut of society, it’s through her writing that she makes connections to the world. She has travelled extensively around India, learning about the culture and tradition of the country, and walking the paths of the characters in her book. She has varied interests and acts as a stimulus to her students in facing challengeRead More...


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Walking in the Simple City

Books by Jeyaradha Jayaram

Looking to escape the mad and mundane everyday life and discover a whole new world? Love to travel with music in your ears, your heart in the right hand and your mind in the left hand? Are you a person who is passionate about making new friends? Then Simple City is the place to be. Come home to the stars to find your Justus and Iris; just as I found mine! 

I see you, it is indeed a delight! Self Portrait will be yours and Xiuweet times that was

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My child

By Jeyaradha Jayaram in Poetry | Reads: 188 | Likes: 0

Petit frame, black hair just like a rose, so fair cuddled in the cradle as fresh as a dew drop serene sleep and peace making every adult feel jealous open minded learner sleep now calm and quiet things will change you never know at any moment for life is gentle and wild ’tis up to you to choos  Read More...

Published on Apr 18,2020 01:00 PM

Hostel days

By Jeyaradha Jayaram in True Story | Reads: 423 | Likes: 0

My cousin and I had to leave to hostel in a school that was located 45 mins from our place. It was a strict Christian institution and the residential facility was from grade VI. Leaving home and going to a hostel is like voluntarily walking to a prison. The visiting time for parents was once in two  Read More...

Published on Apr 17,2020 11:16 PM

Go into hiding

By Jeyaradha Jayaram in General Literary | Reads: 246 | Likes: 1

I am reminded of the very many stories that I have heard since when I was a child. First memory is from what I learnt in my Bible classes at school. During the reign of Rameses II, there was this cold war between him and Moses, who was the adopted son of his aunt. Like our Karna in Mahabharata, baby  Read More...

Published on Mar 22,2020 07:05 PM

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