Monthly Archives: December 2015

Round and ‘Lound’


Earlier this week, I was watching a movie, when a commercial for Oreo biscuits played. Watching it made me remember a funny incident that happened with my little nephew, as told to me by my sister. My sister was busy … Continue reading

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Of Grammar and Haircuts


It’s a lazy Sunday afternoon.We are at my mom’s.  After a sumptuous Indian lunch, my sister and I are in food- induced bliss. Our eyes close involuntarily. From sitting positions, we are suddenly stretched out on the bed. The kids … Continue reading

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Walking down a busy street


In India, most cities and towns have these streets (the equivalent of the high streets that one finds in the West), which are the nerve-centres for everyday shopping. Ranging from supermarkets to cafes and clothes retailers, these streets have them … Continue reading

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‘Colour’ & ‘Black & White’


A couple of days ago, I took this shot of a temple’s gopuram (tower), for it looked so majestic against the blue sky. I came home and played about with the photo on my photo editor and gave the picture … Continue reading

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The black eye


As the years fly past, the mirror tells you things that you do not necessarily want to know, or acknowledge. So, a few days ago, one of my friends asked me if I was sleeping ok, as there were black … Continue reading

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When a little girl met the PM


Last week, excitement was palpable across our city. Every single school and  every single cultural society & organization in the city was readying itself in anticipation; for a very important visitor, who was none other than the Prime Minister of … Continue reading

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