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Things To Not Gift On Birthdays

Hey you wonderful people!! Where have I been? Exams, classes and coffee. Although now it's hibernation time (Read: How to survive life post college ; A story of a person without a job). Anyways, it being my birthday week, I... Continue Reading →


‘Shrimp’-ly delicious

Greetings Earthlings 😛 So recently my neighbor had cooked spicy chicken rolls, which was her contribution to the lunch party/picnic that my mom and her friends had held (in order to beat boredom and eat some good food) 😉 Now... Continue Reading →

New Year Edition: Frittata, Fries And Elaborate Lies

Hey beautiful people!! Happy New Year firstly :* (I know, it's dayssssss past, but better late than never ... yes? 😉 ) I am back. (I make it sound like I was off doing something extreme and interesting, but that's... Continue Reading →

Friday = Food day

Hey all you wonderful people!! Sorry I have been missing since like ages..  I have been dancing and working, and overall, had time for just sleeping the rest of the day 😛 But, I am back!! Now Fridays for me,... Continue Reading →

Hanuman’s Warriors – Grey Langur

A beautiful account of the writer’s meeting with the Grey Langurs, which transported me to Rajasthan and made me wish, I too had the chance to meet them.

Incidental Naturalist

According to Hindu scripture, during the great battle of Lanka, Hanuman, the monkey god, was in trouble. He had been captured, and fires raged all around. Help came in the unlikely form of a troop of Grey Langurs, who rushed to assist Hanuman, resulting in scorched black faces, and a revered status in Hindu culture that persists to this day.

While visiting the great north Indian state of Rajasthan, I traveled from Jaipur to Ranthambhore National Park, chasing a dream of seeing a wild Royal Bengal Tiger.  Ranthambhore oozes history, spirituality, and a spellbinding sense of the exotic. Since 1754, the wilderness now known as Ranthambhore National Park, was maintained as the private hunting preserve of the Maharajas of Jaipur. In 1980 the Indian government declared the 392 km² (150 square miles) area a National Park, dedicated to the protection of tigers.

DSC_1246 A Ranthambhore Royal Bengal Tiger studies me through the trees


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Tale 17

Sun sets on another day,  There hasn't been much work,  Forget pay; Seeds remain seeds,  Stomachs remain the same,  Begging on streets,  Shame, what shame?  Ropes cost less,  Vomit, not blood, makes more mess Another sunrise,  Another sunset,  Kids don't... Continue Reading →

Advice to College Graduates Contemplating the Writing Life

Source: Advice to College Graduates Contemplating the Writing Life

Supporting A Worthy Cause

It's June!! In this part of the world, it's the month when schools and colleges close and everyone is way too free, but can't step out cause of the blazing heat (Read around 38degree Celsius). Well it's the best month... Continue Reading →

The Baahubali Effect and Chettinad Mushroom Biryani

Greetings earthlings!! Yes, I know I haven't written anything in ages (covers face). Forgive me 😛 What have I been doing? Watching movies and chilling.. Playing cards also. Judgement, poker, bluff, the works...except without any real money since I am... Continue Reading →

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