Sania Aiman | The Daily Star
  • Sania Aiman

  • A village fair

    As our lives move away from our rural agrarian roots, more and more traditions that were quintessential to the Bengali experience are slowly lost.
  • A belle’s love for bangles

    What is there to not like about a wristful of gently clinking glass bangles? Nothing!
  • A wristful of rainbow

    In our always-in-a-rush lives, truly just running from place to place, and errand to errand, barely taking a breather every weekend, ‘We have no time to stand and stare.’
  • A queen–sized heart

    Modern narratives are wretchedly bare of the stories of powerful Muslim women, and their achievements are rarely emphasised.
  • Love for my language

    I am sure you have heard it, being hurled at someone, by someone who claims to love their mother tongue, so much that they cannot stand any other in their home turf.