Say yes to falling in love with the world

Mysteries, Moments, Mortals And Mirth

Before traveling unknowingly became a part of life, I was stuck in a 4 ft x 4 ft cubicle designing houses and bungalows for rich clients. I would listen to the client's brief where they would ask for something in their homes that they had seen on a holiday to exotic places. While I was…

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The queen of her home and field

A Woman Of Substance: Organic Farmer Savitri

She is just about high school pass from a remote village somewhere in Kumaon. She was married at a young age. She had her brood of kids at an early age too. But all this not deter her in her desire to do something worthwhile in her lifetime. "kuch karna hai jindagi me" she said.…

lets travel together

#TRAVEL #LOVE #CELEBRATE TOGETHERNESS

Love is in air and Valentine's Day is just around the corner... What is better than traveling with the one you love? Far too many people have begun to advocate solo travel. As far as I am concerned it is this western concept and like everything else that we tend to ape from western world,…

In Search Of Self At Matri Mandir, Auroville, Pondicherry

Can few minutes in the confinement of your own thoughts cut off from all distracting sounds and sights help you gain insight into yourself? Can it relieve you of guilt or pain? Is it so easy to accept your own faults and ponder over what could have been the better way? Can I really find…

Need of the Hour: Eco Friendly Hotels

With depleting natural resources, world has finally woken up to conserving flora and fauna, recycling and reducing water consumption and adopting ways to utilize solar energy. ‘Eco-friendly’ is the buzz word and rules-regulations for the same are being gradually implemented. Each of us needs to pitch in and work towards conserving natural resources. As the…

When Being Indian Made Me Feel Proud….

We are a Tenacious lot...we Indians....Invaded and plundered we reeled but refused to succumb. British ruled for 400 yrs hoping to tame us, converts us, teach us their ways...but we emerged as our own...safe in our beliefs, our traditions, our culture, our rituals, our faith...so much so that world today is looking at us in hope…

A Wishlist And Not The Bucket List!

As 2016 draws to an end, I reflect back on the year and its sweet and sour moments. The year has been quite fruitful but it is ending on literally a sour note for me....Why? 'Coz I got infected by the Chikungunya virus after a mosquito bite in November and it has been really crippling with…