You have never traveled enough until you have traveled deep down under into yourself, with yourself and for yourself. Discovering the unknown and not so famous things – distant and hidden from limelight – these unknowns largely embed the true culture and all that a city leaves … Continue reading Different Shades of New York – Part 3
Arranged marriage scenes have much dominated the Indian culture since time unknown. A culture difficult to uphold in today's modernized world, yet, it would be interesting to appreciate the skewed stats, wherein 90% of the marriages in India are still arranged, of which only less than 5% result … Continue reading Building an equation from inequalities
Its wondrous how one can be lucky at the most unexpected times. These are those little instances, when you embrace each experience with open arms and a heart, empty of desires and filled only by happiness and gratitude for life. Early and restless on the couch, … Continue reading Different Shades of New York – Part #2
The unsure feeling when you write something vague, short and random and have no idea of the response. But then you tell your heart, if only life was fair with fairy-tales alone! Look forward to hearing your thoughts/suggestions/reactions to this piece of randomness. Little did … Continue reading June Diaries – a tale of monsoon wanderings
As is rightly said, hardships and bitter memories help one rise higher than the sweeter delights. This one is a dedicated collection of thoughts – to the few highs and the many lows, the enriching success stories and the meaningful failures, the one reason to smile … Continue reading A Writer’s Diary – Chapter 2
This one is a simple collection of some vivid thoughts that strike a chord every now and then, and gets etched as few words into my diary. Words are critical tools. I failed and dropped down for the words I spoke. I rose higher when I … Continue reading A Writer’s Diary – Chapter 1
A compilation of my experiences from Oct ’15
For sometimes, all you got to really really do, is let go of the numerous things you’d want to make a living from. The apprehensions and the quarrels. The struggle and the despair. Surpass the diplomatic guidelines be it in competition or kinship. The emptiness … Continue reading So what’s your calling?
While it may be right to say that dreams don’t come with an expiry date. The writing is dated back to December, 2010 and breathes still. Wonder how my little eyes, Grown over times of tears and cries. Blissful times of the Utopian world. That world … Continue reading Dreams
Mirror Mirror on the wall, Who is the Happiest of all? A question so thoughtful yet so rarely asked. Wish the answer was, You, but little do you and I actually do to seek happiness. We smile in front of the long standing mirror each morning, perfecting … Continue reading So, did you smile today?