Month: January 2018

My Friend-GulMohar

While I captured this video of my friend the Gul Mohar tree, which is now blooming again with fresh leaves, after a long dry spell of autumn and winter. I also take this opportunity to share one of interesting anecdote from my childhood related to it. My association with Gul Mohar goes back to my […]

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For a Change

If you sometimes are curious to learn the way people lived their life’s centuries ago, including their mindset, approach, and perspectives of life, this is a book by Ruskin Bond, saving you from the boredom of understanding history centuries ago. The most intriguing part is, the chaos then(Many moons ago) is also prevalent now, the […]

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When The Sun changes its direction

With Sun Solstice, we in India being predominantly from the agrarian society, today celebrate our harvest season for Winter crops, but each in its unique way. As Sun shifts direction, it is also an indication of the onset of Summer, especially in South India, bidding goodbye to the dry winter. A winter which is never […]

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Learn to Listen

Yesterday evening captured this Lil birdies in a constant conversation, if you observe closely you may not be able to spot a single bird, all hidden behind the eucalyptus leaves, but the constant chirping and tweeting showcase their way of correspondence. Perhaps this is how the birds connect and correspond, or communicate with each other. […]

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The Mango Season-Book review

Mango, also known as the king of fruits, holds a special place with Indians, not merely because it’s one of the sought-after fruit, but because of its wide and vast likeness which range across ages, genders, and even cultures. Amulya as an author has used the king of fruit as a metaphor to describe the deep nuanced social life […]

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