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Battle Cries & Retreats

Music  A companion when one has had enough of the real world and its trappings. A form of expression that is most universal, across all age, culture & racial barriers. Music is a crutch, an undeniable support system to any situation in life, happy or sad.  A good song boosts your mood and a better… Continue reading Battle Cries & Retreats


In conversation with Mr. Udaykumar Bagade

Next in our series of featuring Pain Warriors, all throughout the Pain Awareness Month, is Mr. Udaykumar Bagade. “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.” – Arnold Schwarzenegger Making these words his motto, Udaykumar did not let an… Continue reading In conversation with Mr. Udaykumar Bagade


In conversation with Mr. Mahendra Singh Raghuvanshi

 “Do not fear failure but rather fear not trying.” ― Roy T. Bennett Living this adage to the fullest is our next Pain Warrior in this series as we celebrate Pain Awareness month. Mr. Mahendra Singh Raghuvanshi is an ardent sportsperson who has keen interests in cricket and riding. Having played cricket professionally he has… Continue reading In conversation with Mr. Mahendra Singh Raghuvanshi


In conversation with Mr. Sanjeev Agrawal

September is celebrated as Pain Awareness Month across the globe.  To commensurate the same, we have been sharing stories from pain warriors, doctors and caregivers of their experiences of living with pain. Today, we have with us a truly inspiring gentleman, Mr. Sanjeev Agrawal. He is a pain warrior himself and along with it, he… Continue reading In conversation with Mr. Sanjeev Agrawal

Ask The Experts

Chronic Pain India is now on YouTube

At Chronic Pain India, it has been our constant endeavour to bring forth stories of Pain Warriors and spread awareness about living with pain. This Pain Awareness Month, we launched our YouTube Channel as a step further towards our goal.


In conversation with Ms. Swati Agrawal

Today, we have with us, yet another pain warrior who believes in being the change, she wants to see in the world. Swati Agrawal is Associate Director at IDIA Charitable Trust, and a lawyer by training. She has various invisible illnesses, and likes to work towards spreading awareness about invisible illnesses and disabilities.


Visualising Pain Workshop Experience

When the idea of “Visualising Pain” was shared by Chronic Pain India on Facebook, it evoked instant interest, as I had heard about and done an art therapy workshop long ago but had never seen it as having such a deep connection with chronic pain. Being a writer, I am often asked how I still… Continue reading Visualising Pain Workshop Experience

understanding & exploring chronic pain
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Understanding and Exploring Chronic Pain

A support group meeting for Chronic Pain warriors in Bengaluru, India with a twist to accept, bond, rejuvenate & walk slowly towards a better life.

App reviews

App Review: Pathways- The Pain Relief App

At a time when our lives are dominated by apps, it is exhilarating to find an app that is solely made for Pain Warriors by pain warriors after extensive research and analysis. Few months ago we came across this innovative app called Pathways – The Pain Relief App which made us curious enough to try… Continue reading App Review: Pathways- The Pain Relief App

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Things you don’t see about my invisible illness! by Arun Dahiya

1. But you look so good!. Yes, still I have days when my whole body is hurting and aching. 2. Most of the days I go outside is to visit my doctors. Yes, I appear confident and calm but sometimes I am anxious what new fear will unfold. 3 . When I meet my friends… Continue reading Things you don’t see about my invisible illness! by Arun Dahiya