Hari Hari wasundhara pe neela neela ye gagan Ye kiske baadlon ki paalki uda rahe pawan Ye kis kavi ki kalpana ka nisar hai Ye kaun chitrakar hai ye kaun chitrakar! Nature has many wonders. Nothing in this universe misses its routine. The sun shines everyday and the wind blows every autumn. This delicate balance … More The Wonder of Predictability
There are many reasons why we choose to go on a holiday. Sometimes it is to explore the local natural beauty to its fullest, sometimes we are looking for adventure not found in our daily lives. But every once in a while we seek a holiday to do nothing. Just a simple break in the … More If a rejuvenating holiday is all you want, avoid these in Munnar
I woke up this morning to find that overnight our resort had lost its earthly anchor and floated up to the devine devloks. Atleast that’s what it looked like from my window. No where could I see the lush hills of Munnar covered with tea gardens. I rushed out and sat on the hills, marvelling at this … More A Walk in the Clouds
When people like me step out of our cozy and comfortable four walls, we find ourselves wonder struck by how refreshing the natural way of living can be. Everyday when we need vegetables it means a trip to the local market or ordering online, owing to the busy lives we lead. There is a contant … More A Walk in Fragrant Gardens on the Hills of Munnar
This year in Mumbai We have the alert from monsoon-bhai Stay indoor or get washed away The weather-man warns almost everyday Schools are shut to avoid a calamity We all shiver under floods enormity But as we gaze at the sky It’s covered with black clouds that act sly Light drizzles and showers in the … More Hi-Tide, Bye-Tide
I was born on a solar eclipse day. It was considered to be one of the major ones. My mother shares her memories of the day when she was in the hospital with me and my father was at home with my two elder sisters to make sure they don’t venture out. People have … More Is it really a bad Omen?
When i first came to Mumbai an ex-colleague told me that in Mumbia people count their year by the number of monsoons they have seen here. So going by that count I am 3 monsoons old now. My first monsoon was quite an interesting experience. I was just getting the hang of travelling on the … More I am 3 monsoons old