Hello my dear readers!! Before I flit off my next blog on mommies of the animal kingdom, here's -a big thank you to all of you reading my blog. Thank you for subscribing and thank you for sticking around. Just to ensure I don't disappear away like I always do, I renewed (in time, phew!) … Continue reading Mothers in the Animal Kingdom!
The mornings are of wonder A sweet mention they render With chirpy birds on a branch And squirrels tied in a ranch When waketh a malely matron Unfurling a bleakly spectron Of chattering and battering teeth And a rosy cheeky chewy tweed While pottering and pattering There is certain hammering Shrinking every little pride Into … Continue reading Swan among Rats
The bells are chiming aloud marking the journey abound There are but a few twinkles those worth many a wrinkle Where laughs bring together curves tumbler after tumbler A hope is a prayer surrendered to the mighty heavens rendered Lots to come and lots afore words are but slight vendors … Continue reading Hear me now!
Of all the tombs in the world, none is as poetic and grand as the Taj Mahal, the symbol of love, though tainted with a zillion stories in the books of history, never fails to impress. The Humayun's tomb, another one such architectural spectacle is not so tainted as it is celebrated. Taj's lesser known … Continue reading Humayun ka Makbara
Woo-man is a superpower Its a rare kind of a flower That refuses to grow very far For what if there is that tar In close quarters it stays happy If twisted turns a tad snappy The moods are for the rich Who could afford to twitch Planted once it is seasonal If antsy it … Continue reading Woo-a-woman!
My quest to experience the hill stations of South India has been taking me on an expedition across the south over the past two years. Thanks to the Roads and Highways department of the Indian Government, all roads that connect to hill stations are simply said, in one word, motorable. And that's how we a … Continue reading A day in Kodai!
Koh-I-Noor literally translates to a mountain of light and it was the name given to a very large oval diamond mined at the Golkonda mines on the Deccan plateau of India weighing over 108.8 carats. The diamond was long looted by the British and sits in the Queens elegant crown but back in the roots … Continue reading Shine bright like a diamond!
Today is World Suicide Prevention day and on this day I'd like to take a moment and talk about this gem of a Bollywood movie, Chichchorre. Stay with me on this post and more so watch this movie till the epilogue song. For no matter what if you have had the great fortune of going … Continue reading Lose it aka Let.it.go.
Being a mother is exhilarating and exhausting if we dont also add emotionally daunting to the mix already and then it becomes equally excruciating. Enough with the e's already you say. Well its the sleep deprivation that causes alcohol inducing traits in most of us and then the tolerance levels of painful people hits an … Continue reading The thing about Play!
Being a fish is serious work and seeing fishes is even more serious work, as I would eventually learn on my maiden trip to the Republic of Maldives! A very short flight away from Bangalore, much closer than even the national capital, I wondered why, as an ocean lover and a certified beach bum, I … Continue reading Mermaiding in Maldives!