Hey people! I’m Shambhavi, a crazy, fun loving person! I am a doctor who loves fashion, clothes, jewellery, shoes, almost everything related to dressing up. Yup! I forgot to mention my extra love for jewellery!I am fond of writing, poems, articles and things on my mind and feelings too! I’m fond of learning new things, I love travelling and would love to go around the world!

I’m intrigued by the beautiful Mother Nature, most of my poems, quotes and articles mirrors the same. I’m a budding photographer and enjoy capturing Nature of course!🌷🌺🌻🌳🌴

We all have faced difficulties in life and with the help of trust, faith and love we have recovered. I’ll be here if you need a source of inspiration or a helping hand and at times when I’m surrounded by darkness, please be my light.

I would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions as well. Please feel free to drop in a line and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!😊😊

 For me life is a journey, so why not make it beautiful and a meaningful one! Be happy, keep inspiring people, me included!! I will do the same 🙂.

You can contact me on: sabohemian@gmail.com

Take care and Be happy.❤❤☺☺



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    • shambhavi31 says:

      Thank you so much for the honour! I am happy that my thoughts and words are helpful to everyone out there and also I must say, I have learned a lot myself in the process. As it is said, once we fall, we learn and we take it as a lesson and we try to be careful next time. Your posts are very inspiring indeed, it’s like a push, as I have said before, inspiration! 🙂 I am glad to have met you here.


      • Ngobesing Romanus says:

        Your words are a source of joy for me. When I read what you wrote I equally enjoy it. May God bless you. I am very interested in knowing what you think of my most recent post. Bye for now. If you do not have enough time to read all of it the first stanza says it all.

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  1. keeppicturing says:

    Hi Shambhavi !!! Thank you for stopping by and enjoying my work and of course following Keep Picturing. Nice to meet s fashion lover doctor until now I had wrong impression that doctors are most boring people but now its changed 🙂 Would like to follow your poetic journey. Have a good day ahead. Keep Smiling and Keep Picturing. 🙂

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    • shambhavi31 says:

      Oh wow! Thank you so much! My fourth Liebster. 😀 I am honoured indeed. However, I can’t accept it, cause I have followers more than 200. It’s for bloggers with followers less than 200. I am sorry. But don’t worry, you will have my answers soon. 🙂


    • shambhavi31 says:

      Hey thank you so much! I am delighted to have been nominated for this award. This is my fourth Liebster. ^_^
      I will answer all your questions. 😀
      Congratulations and well done!


    • shambhavi31 says:

      Hi there Daisy!! So happy to meet you here at WP. Thankyou so much for the shout out! Congratulations to you on your well deserved nominations! So happy for you dear! ^_^


    • shambhavi31 says:

      Hey Dylan!😃 Thankyouu. I love writing about the hidden emotions that are inexpressible, about our secret desires, beautiful Mother Earth and how in sync we are with the Nature, feelings that are easy on ink and harsh on tender tendrils of our delicate mind. ☺☺


    • shambhavi31 says:

      Yay! That’s meee! 😍 I’m more than glad to have a friend like you. 🙂
      I’m going to read your blog and that poem on childhood too.
      Big yes, to having great conversation with you. That would be awesome! ☺☺😎


  2. sherinsk says:

    madam i don’t know which area you work as a doctor.please don’t be angry for asking this.i have a doubt which is kind of troubling me for years as i did not got a correct answer from google.if a baby is allowed to stay inside a pregnant mother’s womb for more than 4 weeks after due date,can both the mother and baby die of complication,or only the baby will die or it is just my imagination,or as my friend said it is impossible to happen.


    • shambhavi31 says:

      Hello there.
      The condition you’ve described is called Postdatism of pregnancy i.e when the pregnancy has gone beyond 42 weeks. Once the fetus has crossed 42 weeks, the placenta might start ageing and the blood supply to fetus may suffer. Also there are chances for the fetus to go for fetal distress due to meconium aspiration as well.
      To reduce and prevent maternal as well as fetal complication we usually induce labor for such women with Postdatism.
      I hope that clears your doubt.

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  3. sherinsk says:

    Madam so are you a gynecologist?Thank you so much for answering and sorry again for asking this here.i know this is not the place for it.so from what you said i can say my friend was right-he said a big belly for a girl or woman for more than 1 year cannot be because of pregnancy(since baby cannot stay inside for more than 44 or 46 weeks even if the pregnant woman stay at home after due date) and it must be because of something else like belly fat or belly distention or something else right?


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