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Being a responsible Indian Citizen !

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi India is a democratic country – government of the people, by the people & for the people. We chose our ministers & expect them to keep all things in check. How often do we even think to do our bit for […]

Travelling through Tamil Nadu & detour to Kerela !(Part 2)

If you ever visit Tamil Nadu, it’s a must to witness sunrise at Kanyakumari. Day 1 of my trip was spent in sightseeing around Kanyakumari town. You can visit the previous post here. Day 2 We woke up early to enjoy the first ray of light adorning the sea. The bright hues falling over the […]

Dandiya Night

Things I miss about my Navratri celebrations at home !

Navratri is the beginning of the festival season for all of us. Each of the nine days is dedicated to different Avatars of Goddess Durga.Festivities start with Navratri to Dussera & continue till Diwali. Starting from the first day, when everyone at home would be fasting & kids used to get leverage. Fasting for us […]

Travelling through Tamil Nadu – Kanyakumari (Part 1)

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – Lao Tzu How many times do we miss to take that first step ? Planning for a trip & then not going for it. Does it happen with you also ? I have seen most of my trips are sudden ones – the unplanned […]

Ganpati Bappa Morya – with a difference.

My favorite time of the year is here, Ganpati Bappa has come home. Ganeshutsav is celebrated with so much fun & frolic across India. Bringing Ganpati idol home on Ganesh Chaturthi- praying for days- yummy sweets to eat – the Visarjan ceremony. Who would not love to be part of it ? This is the […]

Late night scribble

Too much to write about !

Hello people ! It’s been long time since I have written a proper blog. Too many things too handle. I have changed address both in real world & the virtual world – shifted to Delhi & then moved blog to this new address. To be honest, both were time consuming but fun processes. Shifting cities […]

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