The latest India-Pak match at the 2011 world cup was a friendly one, in more than one way. The D-day as a lot of Indians would like to call it was one that brought out the patriotism in me. After explaining painstakingly to my Malaysian colleague about the two warring nations all afternoon I headed … Continue reading India vs Pakistan
There is a restaurant chain in Singapore by that name. And the food there is stellar. As I took my first bite I was enticed, the second I was teased and by the third I was floored. The vegetable seekh kebab roll is awesomest. Something that I would recommend you all to try. The roll … Continue reading Go India
Some things are better left to gut feeling and instincts. If not for others, for mine definitely works. I have always felt so rejuvinated after writing/talking, that when I came across a blog pushing my case I was impressed, with myself. What do you think? http://ontechies.com/2011/01/26/blog-more-it-is-good-for-your-health/
Its literal translation is till today and is the name of a News Channel broadcasting from Mumbai, India. The point is that I have never seen or heard another news channel like it till today! One has to see to believe. A simple overcast cloudy sky will be linked to Nostradamus, his predictions. A genuine … Continue reading Aaj Tak
The Indian Freedom struggle harps on the magnamity of the leaders who drove the country into liberty. By the turn of the 21st century there have been dozens of movies made and an even more stunning number of books written about the freedom struggle and its offspring, our independence. So much so we are forced … Continue reading The uprising
The above three images are postcards designed for the Singapore Marine Week. The design ideation is to convey socially responsible messages using a basic geometry, in this case the rectangle. Words are used to supplement iconographic designs that are open to interpretation. Each post-card carries on it a tag-line.
My love for long walks often assists in discovering places and finding surprises. This blog is about one such of my walks. In Singapore I decided to wander in China Town. Expecting an overdose of red and lots of buddhist temples I started off with my camera and sketchbook. As I walked along I clicked … Continue reading A beautiful yet quirky set-up