An end, and a beginning.
A dream, time to realise.
Uncertainties to befriend, and routines to leave behind.
It was a long time coming. It was all part of the plan. The plan that was laid months ago, which would …Continue Reading
A small field of coriander leaves. Rajma grows alongside. A big field of cabbages, but before that – corn fields. Some more Rajma, corn and cabbage fields, one after the other, until the row of apricot trees. Beyond that, the …Continue Reading
Everything around me has conspired for this moment. Quite a movie dialogue, but trust me, it’s true. I have longed to return to this space for a long time now. Between my desk job, my travels and some …Continue Reading
I’m sorry for not updating the blog regularly – been way too occupied off late with unprecedented engagements. There are lots of stories pending like the ones from Bhutan, and from the 1800 kms ride from Hyderabad to …Continue Reading
Pondicherry poses impressions of many different architectural styles – French, British, Tamilian and Islamic, all the empires which have exchanged hands in ruling over the city sometime in history. The sea dictates the city’s boundaries on one of the sides …Continue Reading
First off, wish you all a very happy and prosperous New Year.
The holiday season has
just ended, the office has just resumed and I have just returned from a trip to the Himalayas where I was leading a trek …